Tag: SQL Server

DBCC FREEPROCCACHE – What is the impact.

Here is a question that I received from a friend today and I thought it would be a good post explaining the details: Steve, I have a question on DBCC FREEPROCCACHE.  I used sp_blitzcache from Brent and it shows that

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I’m Presenting at the Compañero Conference In October

I am excited to announce that I will be speaking at (and helping organize) the SQL Conference called Companero Conference in Norfolk VA on October 4th and 5th 2017.   SQL Server Conference for the Accidental, Lone or New DBA The

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Podcast Episode 91: DBA Tools – Listen and find out what you are missing.

Today Episode 91 released and it is our pleasure to present this episode on DBA Tools.  DBA Tools is an open source project (http://DBATools.io) that provides a number of powershell scripts to better help the DBA perform common SQL Server

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Pre-con at SQL Saturday Richmond in March – Emergency Preparation for Database Disasters

On March 18th I will be attending SQL Saturday 610 in Richmond Virginia and the day before I will be presenting a pre conference session covering half a day on Database Corruption and half a day on Disaster Recovery Planning.

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Podcast Episode – The Long Awaited Index Episode

For a couple of months we have had requests on the SQL Data Partners Podcast to do an episode on indexing. It is my pleasure to announce that the Indexing episode (episode 81) was released today, well at lease half

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Bellingham SQL Server Users Group – January 25th

On Wednesday January 25th at 6:00pm we will be hosting the monthly meeting of the Bellingham SQL Server Users Group. January SQL Server Users Group In-Person @ 709 West Orchard Drive #4 Bellingham, Washington 18:00 – 20:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time

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The On Call DBA For Corruption

  One of those services that I offer is on call help for DBA’s who encounter database corruption. Call me anytime 24/7 and as long as you are an existing customer, or we can work out a billing arrangement to

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Latest Podcast Episodes

Here is a quick update on the last 3 podcast episodes that we have published, ending up 2016, and starting out 2017 with some great information from Paul Turley, Jimmy May and Argenis Fernandez. Episode 77: New Reporting Options with

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TempDB – Do This and Don’t Do That

Today I had the opportunity to present on TempDB to the Spokane SQL Server users group (PASS Chapter). The session was titled TempDB – Do This and Don’t Do That”, and it covers a bunch of tips and best practices around

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Database Health Monitor – January 2017 Version Released

Today we released the Database Health Monitor January 2017 version. You can download it for free at http://DatabaseHealth.com/Download. This update includes  some new branding with new logos, new icons, and a new splash screen, as well as the usual feature

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