Managing SQL Server 2005 & 2008 Log Files

Managing SQL Server 2005 & 2008 Log Files

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In this how-to video, learn how recovery models dictate what happens to the non-active portion of your log files. Then see how to set recovery model options, and learn about best practices for sizing and configuring your log files for SQL Server 2005 and 2008 databases.

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Log Files, Recovery, Backups, Management, and SQL Server Management Studio.


Video Length: 10:28
Skill Level: 100 - Beginner
Series: SQL Server Backups
Author/Presenter: Michael K. Campbell
Applies to SQL Server: 2005, and 2008

Tags: Disaster Recovery, Administration, Concepts, SSMS, and Log Files


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