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Nov
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comment TFS Check-In Exception - TF30042 Database is Full
Another obvious one: tempdb? Really unlikely, but nothing else rings bells for me, and that happened to me once. Or twice. Or, well, you get the idea.
Nov
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comment TFS Check-In Exception - TF30042 Database is Full
Did you check both the data and log files?
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comment Attempt to access SQL Server with the user SA
You should post this on ServerFault.com
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comment SQl 2005-2008 vs. SQL 2000 maintenance
Perhaps the statistics on your indexes are out of date? I hit this recently with new rows being added to a very large table. Might be worth a try, refreshing statistics would be faster than rebuilding the indexes.
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comment SQL Server database recovery issue
How do you improperly detach a database?
Aug
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comment SQL Server database recovery issue
Fair enough--SQL 2005 doesn't have error messages and causes in BOL. A Goolge check implies that another common cause would just be corrupt files, in which case you'd just need to copy the files again.
Aug
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answered SQL Server database recovery issue
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comment SQL Server 2005 tempdb files moved to invalid (SSD) drive. How to validate drive, or how to move files back?
That's worth knowing about. Not the issue here, alas.
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answered SQL Server 2005 tempdb files moved to invalid (SSD) drive. How to validate drive, or how to move files back?
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asked SQL Server 2005 tempdb files moved to invalid (SSD) drive. How to validate drive, or how to move files back?
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answered Massive SQL issue shutting down our site
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comment When was the operating system installed?
Hmm. This would indicate that my "new" laptop was built seven months ago, which it wasn't. The optimitic theory is that a ghosted image was built back then, and the pessimistic theory is that I've been given a recycled box. How do I tell which, without relying on the word of a potentially biased opinion?
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answered SQL Environment Backup Question
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