Your SQL Servers Are Misconfigured...

  • Kevin3NF

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  • BeatleBoy

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    Hi Kevin,

    I'd be interested in one of your free health check sessions. Let me know how I can better get in touch with you regarding that.

    Thanks in advance!
    Sean Pinto

  • willsit

    Grasshopper

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    Is there any way you could share those scripts?

  • melissa.fischer 30767

    Grasshopper

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    Kevin I'm interested in your health check, please contact me.

  • Kevin3NF

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    For those interested in the HealthCheck offer, please email Kevin@DallasDBAs.com

    More about us:
    http://dallasdbas.com/about/

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    Why is my SQL Log File HUGE?!?![/url]
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    SQL Security Model in Plain English[/url]

  • alexandre.jobin

    Old Hand

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    Since that you can't offert your services outside USA, is it possible to get your healtcheck script?

  • Kevin3NF

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    alexandre.jobin - Thursday, November 1, 2018 7:05 AM

    Since that you can't offert your services outside USA, is it possible to get your healtcheck script?

    One of the 15+ scripts I run is sp_blitz from Brentozar.com

    The rest are things that I have compiled over 18+ years, so I don't give them out as part of the free offering, sorry.  Almost all of them are based on the SQL Server DMVs...just in meaningful ways.  The biggest part of the health check is seeing all of the results and how they relate to each other.  "Change this setting, and watch these numbers here get better".

    Hope that helps!

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    Kevin3NF
    DallasDBAs.com/Blog
    Why is my SQL Log File HUGE?!?![/url]
    The future of the DBA role...[/url]
    SQL Security Model in Plain English[/url]

  • wesv

    Grasshopper

    Points: 24

    Please let me know how I can work with you on the health check scripts. I have a server I would like to test.

  • jared.brown

    SSC Rookie

    Points: 30

    Nice post Kevin.  Don't forget that SQL Server 2008 & 2008 R2 are approaching End-of-Support this coming July.  Probably worth a quick mention that Microsoft is offering customers an option to move those 2008 instances as is to Azure with three additional years of support for free.

  • todd.wenzel

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    I'm interested in the Remote DBA service you mention

  • gdonufrio

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    I'm interested in the Remote DBA service you mention and furthermore more services, please contact me if your available please contact me at gabriele.donufrio at enerj.it

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