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Admin911 Sql Server 2000
     

Admin911 Sql Server 2000

by Brian Knight, Kathy Ivens (Editor)
 
"Call on Admin911 to learn what's going on with your network,to understand your options,and pick the right solutions. " —David Chernicoff,Windows 2000 Magazine This survival guide for SQL Server 2000 administrators explains how to implement preventive problem-solving strategies and minimize downtime. Helpful call-outs throughout the book include: Take

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"Call on Admin911 to learn what's going on with your network,to understand your options,and pick the right solutions. " —David Chernicoff,Windows 2000 Magazine This survival guide for SQL Server 2000 administrators explains how to implement preventive problem-solving strategies and minimize downtime. Helpful call-outs throughout the book include: Take Command—Specific command-line utilities relating to the topic at hand Code Blue—Things to do when your system is in trouble Bug Alert—Common and little-know problems and pitfalls This book will also help you:

*Manage SQL Server,including memory and security

*Optimize and automate administration using SQL Server Agent and other tools

*Debug Jobs

*Monitor and tune SQL Server unsing the system monitor and alerts

*Optimize T-SQL and stored procedures

*Scale SQL Server using linked servers and Distributed Partitioned Views

*Troubleshoot database performance

*Implement disaster recovery procedures.

Survival Guide for System Administrators Configure,manage,and optimize SQL Server 2000 for peak performance with help from this unique resource. Inside,you'll find immediate solutions to problems involving database and server settings,multiple instances,startup parameters,service packs,stored procedures,and much more. The book also covers the many administrative features built in to SQL Server 2000,including SQL Server Agent,Enterprise Manager,Multi Server Administration,and System Monitor. Get this book and save yourself hundreds of hours of troubleshooting time.

  • Manage SQL Server,including memory and security
  • Optimize and automate administration using SQL Server Agent and othertools
  • Debug jobs
  • Monitor and tune SQL Server using the system monitor and alerts
  • Optimize T-SQL and stored procedures
  • Scale SQL Server using linked servers and Distributed Partitioned Views (DPVs)
  • Troubleshoot database performance
  • Implement disaster recovery procedures

TAKE COMMAND—Specific command-line utilities relating to the topic at hand CODE BLUE—Things to do when your system is in trouble BUG ALERT—Common and little-known problems and pitfalls

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072130973
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
01/01/2001
Series:
Survival Guide
Pages:
388
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.80(d)

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