Tag Archive | TSQL

T-SQL Tuesday #45–Follow the Yellow Brick Road

T-SQL Tuesday #45–Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Is it me or does it seem like we just had a T-SQL Tuesday blog party? These days are just flying by! This week Mickey Stuewe (b|t) is hosting and she has brought up a fabulous question about auditing with the topic being Follow The Yellow Brick Road. I have been on both sides of […]

Back to Basics

Back to Basics

I can sum up this blog post in two words: The Basics What do you mean? I cannot be the only one in this same boat. There have been times where I, as a DBA, have overcomplicated resolutions when there was simply a very non complex answer. Come on, you know what I’m referring to […]

Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

We’ve all been there; it’s late in the day and you have been staring at your screen for hours on end looking for an answer to your problem. After much testing; going back and forth you stumble upon an article on a technical website, blog, or Microsoft site that has the answer you have been […]

How Much Longer?

There have been instances in my career where I’ve had to perform backups off a routine schedule; I mean it’s inevitable, right? It’s nice to look at job history to see about how long the backup job normally takes; can give an estimate or an ideal of what to expect. However, if you are like me […]