Moving From MSDN To WordPress :: New Blog URL

“For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson After witnessing 3 SQL Server releases (Katmai, KJ and Denali “which is yet to be RTMed”) and resolving hundreds of SQL Server issue, I’ve now decide to move ahead to a new…

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SQL Server 2005 SP4 RTM Release………what it means with RTM or without RTM?

  SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 4 (latest SP in SQL 2005) was publically released on 18-Dec-2010. This time the word RTM suffixed to this patch name. This is 1st time that SQL Release team has added “RTM” to a SQL Service Pack release and to a degree this is created some confusion……..what is means…

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Using Bulk Logged recovery model for Bulk Operations will Reduce the size of Transaction log backups – Myths & Truths

  It’s has been couple of years for me working on SQL Server and I keep coming across various SQL Server misconceptions (or say a DBA Myth). In this specific post I’ll demystify a common DBA myth around log-shipping: "In a log shipping setup, to have smaller size T-log log backups being shipped to secondary,…

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