Reliable Storage Systems for SQL Server

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 12 May 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

By validating the IO path before commissioning the production database system, and performing ongoing validation through page checksums and DBCC checks, you can hopefully avoid data corruption altogether, or at least nip it in the bud. If corruption occurs, then you have to take the right decisions fast to deal with it. Rod Colledge explains how a pessimistic mindset can be an advantage...

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