MS SQL DBA
Posted in MS SQL DBA on July 1, 2013
Log on your server by passing the credential. And open the property page as following.
Right click on server and select the Properties from options
And change the Location of MDF, LDF or /and Backup
Press ok , it may need restart of SQL Server.
I am trying to attach a database into MS SQL server 2012/ Altering from Read only true to Read only fals;
The following error is occurred:
Unable to open the physical file “, filename”, Operating system error 5: “(Access Denied)”. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 5120)
The associated file/s (.mdf or .ldf) read only or SQL (user) do not have permission to access file in the location it saved.
Browse the location of file/s (.mdf or .ldf) right click on file –>Properties
Click On security Tab –> Select the user (for me it is Everyone) –>click on Edit
And check the full control/ Modify option in Allow column–> Apply –>OK
Do the same for all other associated files, if any.
Now it’s completed. Try what are you doing.
Posted in Uncategorized on April 25, 2013
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Posted in Uncategorized on November 22, 2011
One time when I am dealing with Mirroring with SQL server 2008 database, on my students stand alone desktop we encounter the Error:
The server network address “TCP://SQLServer:5022″ cannot be reached or does not exist.
Check the network address name and that the ports for the local and remote endpoints are operational.
(Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 1418)
We tried very hard but unable to short out the Error.
One day I get one mail from SQLAuthority.com as I’m a subscriber of mail. In that mail I got the solution. The link is as:
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Many time for a new DBA hard to find how much My Server utilising memory? Here is explained a number of ways to find the memory utilized by SQL server.
By Using Performance monitor:
Go to Start–>Run and type perfmon . You will find the following screen where you can see the total memory used(the pages/sec) by your box.
By Using DMV:
You can Query to sys.dm_os_memory_clerks DMV to find out Memory utilization by SQL server. To see how see the following link.
By using SQL Reports:
Right Click on SQL Server–>reports–>Standard Reports–> Memory Consumption
See the Following image.
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Posted in Uncategorized on August 11, 2011
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Exam 70-450 : Designing, Optimizing and Maintaining a Database Administrative Solution Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
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Exam 70-452 : Designing a Business Intelligence Infrastructure Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Exam 88-970: SQL Server 2008 Microsoft Certified Master: Knowledge Exam. And
Exam 88-971: SQL Server 2008 Microsoft Certified Master: Lab Exam
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