How to Attach MDF Data File Without LDF Log File Interview Question of the Week #078

Posted by: Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave, on 03 Jul 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Just the other day I was busy during a performance tuning exercise I explained to the team of DBA that how much log file is critical and important for their performance. Once I was explaining the importance and role of the LDF file in the performance, one of the DBA from the team asked me question about what would they do if they somehow lose the LDF file or just have corrupted log file which they do not care now. Well, I though it was a very important question and I believe it can be a very good...

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