Corruption, corruption, more corruption

No, not in my systems. Corruption does happen from time to time. At LobsterPot Solutions we get calls from people now and then who have corruption in their databases, that want help getting them repaired. Generally, it’s not too much of a problem, although I’ve seen some doozies over time. (And if you need help, … Continue reading Corruption, corruption, more corruption

Check the settings when installing SQL Server

Next, next, next, next, next… you know the drill. Except that when installing SQL, it’s simply not good enough. The defaults might not work for you, and that makes this post qualify for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, hosted by Andy Yun (@sqlbek). Most things are fine, but there is one page which you really shouldn’t … Continue reading Check the settings when installing SQL Server