Database snapshots may be defined as the read-only view of the database. They are useful when the database recovery is demanded as you can apply the pages from the snapshots to the source database. Th...
While interacting with MDF file of MS SQL Server, consider the given scenarios:In MS SQL Server, you use SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) to query character data from the SQL Server database which ...
In Microsoft SQL Server, every database contains minimum one data file and transaction log file. The SQL Server stores data physically into the data file. The transaction log file of the SQL Server...
RAID servers are considered as the most trusted and reliable storage medium. But sometimes, they may also lose all the hard drives, which include your important data, backups and other information. Mo...
A SQL database provides solid back end database support to various websites and front end applications. We can easily and efficiently process heavy volumes of database operations using SQL Server. The...
Database pages are the basic Input/Output unit of SQL Server. All these pages are marked with an individual 96-byte header. These headers store page metadata such as page type, page number, free space...
A Microsoft SQL database can be marked "Suspect" under various scenarios, like corruption of database file(s), unavailability of database file(s), operating system is holding a database resource, or e...
Data storage space in SQL database is primarily divided into numerous pages. Each page contains a 96-byte header that contains information related to page number, page type, ID, and free space. Corrup...
The metadata structure of Microsoft SQL database is divided into numerous allocation units, such as, IAM (Index Allocation Map) pages, GAM (Global Allocation Map) pages, SGAM (Shared Global Allocation...
A corrupted SQL Server database has many shortcomings, one of them being the unmountability of the database. In most cases, the corruption is caused due to these factors - file system damage, virus in...