By Dan Wood, Chris Leiter, Paul Turley
For the 1st time, SQL Server 2005 offers gains which may aid large-scale company databases. With this strong generation, you could end up being referred to as upon to accomplish tasks which are not strictly "administrative," tasks that experience develop into even more complex and hard. With that during brain, a crew of skilled Microsoft qualified pros provide you with the mandatory info to be a extra efficient and profitable database developer or administrator.Beginning with a beginning that includes specified assurance of usual administrative tasks, the authors continue to provide an explanation for how you can construct advanced information variations for information import, construct disbursed information strategies, and keep the protection and integrity of the database. it is possible for you to to use what you learn how to real-world eventualities, and easily navigate the enormously replaced panorama of SQL Server 2005 management.
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If online index operations are performed, the TempDB database will hold the index during the build or rebuild process. Another important aspect to keep in mind about the TempDB database is that all database users have access to it and have the ability to create and populate temporary objects. This access can potentially create locking and size limitation issues on SQL Server, so it is important to monitor the TempDB database just like any other database on SQL Server. The Resource Database The last system database is the Resource database.
The Resource database is not accessible during normal database operations. It is logically presented as the SYS schema in every database. It contains no user data or metadata. Instead, it contains the structure and description of all system objects. This design enables the fast application of service packs by just replacing the existing Resource database with a new one. As an added bonus, to roll back a service pack installation, all you have to do is replace the new Resource database with the old one.
The primary data file is a member of the default Primary filegroup. Every database has one Primary filegroup when created and is made up of at least the primary data file. Additional data 17 Chapter 1 files can also be added to the Primary filegroup. More filegroups can also be defined upon initial creation of the database, or added after the database is created. Chapter 4 describes the storage architecture of files in greater detail, and Chapter 5 explains the advantage of filegroups. For now, it is sufficient to know that all of the data objects in a database (such as tables, views, indexes, and stored procedures) are stored within the data files.