SQL Server Backup Best PracticesCommented on: 6 years ago
(October 3, 2008)
Why a FULL backup every day? You realize you limit your ability to recover to a certain point of time with every FULL backup you perform. Suppose we need to go back 4 days ago because the...
Pare Down and Power UpCommented on: 6 years ago
(April 15, 2008)
I hope the author can update his article as somethings have changed. Vitesse no longer makes SAS Expanders. And it looks like Supermicro SC933 is a better fit for a 16-bay chassis since the LSI...
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