sp_AllNightLog: Creating Jobs Like I’m The President

Look, we need these things The setup for sp_AllNightLog creates jobs for four separate activities 1 job to poll for new databases to back up (primary) 1 job to poll for new databases to restore (secondary) 10 jobs to poll for backups to take (primary) 10 jobs to poll for restores to… whatever (secondary) And,…
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sp_AllNightLog: ¿Por que los queues?

Building stuff I sometimes really hate coming up with ideas, and much prefer someone to just say “I want this” so I can go out into the world and figure out how to do that. Occasionally though, I realize that I’m not going to get all that much direction. That’s what happened with sp_BlitzQueryStore. It…
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How Many Databases Can I Put on One SQL Server?

I’ve seen servers with thousands of databases on a single SQL Server, and it works. Sure, opening the databases list in SQL Server Management Studio is painful, and a lot of third party monitoring tools fall over, but it’s not so bad once you know how to work around these issues. But there’s two issues…
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Tiering kCura Relativity Databases (Or Any SaaS Product)

When you’re the database administrator working with a software product that stores every client’s data in a different database, the sheer number of databases can be intimidating. As you grow from dozens to hundreds to thousands of databases, you can’t treat all of them equally. Start by making a graph of the database sizes –…
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