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Tag Archives: SQL Server
Did you know you can perform an in-place upgrade from SQL Express to SQL Server? As you can imagine, we’ve seen a lot here at Fpweb.net. Over SharePoint’s 15-plus years, we’ve found solutions that fit for countless SharePoint farms, many … Continue reading
In my last blog entry, I discussed using SQL aliases to configure a SharePoint farm for easy scalability. By using a SQL alias to point towards the SQL Server where the SharePoint config database resides, you create an easy and … Continue reading
Today, we dig back into SQL Server 2012 to look at AlwaysOn, Clustering, Log Shipping , Mirroring , Replication & Snap Shots, focusing on the what, the why and the who cares! I’ve been asked about these different items repeatedly … Continue reading
Discussing SQL Server Files and Filegroups What are they? Why are they important? What do I … Continue reading
Welcome to The Next Byte. The Gentle Care and Feeding of Log files: What are log files and why do we care? How are log files configured? What else do we need to know about log files? In the beginning, … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Summer is all around us… The sun is shining bright. The sky’s clear. The birds are chirping. Let’s talk about some fun things such as: “SharePointing” SQL Server! You’re thinking: Wow! That sounds like fun, but what is … Continue reading
(Welcome to The Next Byte, a series on Microsoft SharePoint and SQL Server written by Don Conrad, a.k.a. “Don SQL”, the Fpweb.net SharePoint database wizard and expert in all things SQL-related. In this post Don examines new features in SQL … Continue reading