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How to Restore an Agent Job that was Dropped

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Once upon a time, you had one job, well actually two jobs. The first SQL Server agent job was important, the other was a test. You have decided you do not need the test agent job. Quick right-click on a job name, remove, confirm, done. When you refreshed the list, the test job was still […]

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2021-02-02

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How to Restore an Agent Job that was Dropped

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Once upon a time, you had one job, well actually two jobs. The first SQL Server agent job was important, the other was a test. You have decided you do not need the test agent job. Quick right-click on a job name, remove, confirm, done. When you refreshed the list, the test job was still […]

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SQL Server MSDB Database Tutorial

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In this tutorial we will cover common questions related to the SQL Server msdb database. This is one of the standard system databases that are part of every SQL Server installation. This tutorial will give you a better idea of what the msdb database...

2020-12-29

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SQL Server MSDB Database Tutorial

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In this tutorial we will cover common questions related to the SQL Server msdb database. This is one of the standard system databases that are part of every SQL Server installation. This tutorial will give you a better idea of what the msdb database.

2020-07-23

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The Importance of Maintenance on MSDB

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MSDB is a system database used by SQL Server. MSDB stores all sorts of data, such as backup history, log shipping monitor history, SSIS packages and Service Broker queue data to name a few. Just like user databases, MSDB needs regular maintenance, including index optimizations and, more importantly, regular purging. In this article, Tim Radney looks at how neglecting your MSDB can negatively impact on your environment.

2015-07-28

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Controlling Growth of an msdb Database

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I recently encountered a situation where the drive hosting Sharepoint Databases in a Staging environment ran out of space. I logged onto the server and found that the msdb database has itself occupied 38 GB of the total disk space. Msdb database generally contain maintenance information for the database such as backups, log shipping and so on.

2012-01-25

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Inserting Transaction Marks

When is a transaction mark first inserted into the msdb.dbo.logmarkhistory table?

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