Monthly Archives: September 2012

Beta 2 of the Database Health Reports Released

Beta 2 of the Database Health Reports has just been released.  The new Beta contains several bug fixes, and several new features.  Here is a breakdown of what is new or changed since the last beta. New Features Added the Memory

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Finding tables that don’t have a clustered index.

Although clustered indexes are not required, and there are many cases where you should not use a clustered index, quite often clustered indexes can be overlooked when creating a table.  This is actually more likely if you are inheriting a

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Working on Beta 2 of the Database Health Reports

Beta 2 of the Database Health Reports will be available in the next 7 to 10 days as I finish it up. There has been a good acceptance of Beta 1 so far, and with feedback here are some of

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It is finally here. Beta 1 of the Database Health Reports for SQL Server.

In October last year I started work on the Database Health reports project.  It started out as a series of SSRS reports that I released and updated in December 2011 to March 2012.  After that it became clear that the

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