Tag Archives: PowerShell

Migrations – PowerShell Can Help

Migrations are simply a part of a database administrator’s life.  And as we start a new year, we probably will have a few migrations to do in the upcoming year.  So, rather than shy away from them or have that … Continue reading

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Maintenance Windows – Planning and Checking!

Everything requires maintenance.  A home without maintenance (i.e. neglected or abandoned) may begin to deteriorate and fall apart.  A car without maintenance (i.e. oil changes, tire rotations, etc.) may not perform optimally.  Customer relationships without maintenance (or management) may grow … Continue reading

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Can You Do it Again? … and Again? … ok, Let’s Automate it!

When I am playing with my almost 2 year old son, he loves to have me do the same thing over and over again.  For instance, he really loves playing with his toy car that I pull back and release.  … Continue reading

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Are My Backups Out of Control?

Recently, I moved our database backup share from our old SAN to a new SAN that my company just purchased.  The backups were running faster and everything was just great. However, one day our SAN administrator approached me and said … Continue reading

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