Darshan Singh

Darshan
Singh

Darshan Singh works at Scalability Experts researching, writing, and promoting an awareness of SQL Server 2005 among DBAs and database architects. He contributed to the Scalability Experts-authored book Microsoft SQL Server 2005: Changing the Paradigm (Sams, 2005).

Articles
Leverage the Upgrade Advisor Tool 1
To improve your experience in upgrading to SQL Server 2005, Microsoft provides Upgrade Advisor tool to report potential problems that might occur during or after the upgrade.
Head Off Compatibility Problems
SQL Server 2005 includes architectural overhauls that mean complete backward compatibility with earlier SQL Server releases isn’t possible. Here are some deleted and deprecated features.
Monitoring the Upgrade
Here's how to monitor the progress of your SQL Server 2005 upgrade.

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Dec 16, 2014
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Eight SQL Server Signs the Illuminati Exist

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Dec 2, 2014
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 16: Job Synchronization Checkup Logic

With Linked Servers configured to allow cross-host or cross-box communication between the servers you’re using to host your AlwaysOn Availability Groups, it’s time to start looking at some scripts that can be used to regularly check whether or not SQL Server Agent jobs are correctly synchronized across all servers in your topology....More
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Nov 18, 2014
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 15: Setting Up Linked Servers

Learn about setting up Linked Server definitions to let two (or more) servers in an AlwaysOn Availability Group talk to each other and check up on job statuses of jobs running on each other....More
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