By Buck Woody
Buck Woody's new e-book might help new and skilled clients alike in getting efficient with SQL Server 2005 speedy. His specified cognizance to protection and function make this an outstanding reference that's bound to stay suitable for a while. --Chip Andrews, CISSP, MCDBA, Director of study and improvement detailed Ops protection, Inc. "SQL 2005 is the main interesting improve to come back out of Redmond in years; this ebook may also help you wake up and working fast to take complete good thing about it! while you are trying to find a publication approximately upgrading to SQL 2005, glance no additional, this one is all you would like. It can provide all you must make the most of every little thing SQL 2005 has to provide, and that's a lot!" --Doug Ellis, sector Technical supervisor, Cognos "Buck Woody offers perception into administering SQL Server 2005 that every one builders and database directors will locate invaluable; the e-book assumes little or no wisdom by means of offering 'DBA one hundred and one' sections so one can no longer alienate the skilled reader whereas offering the mandatory advent to subject matters for these much less experienced." --Doug Holland, visible C# MVP, Precision gadgets "SQL Server 2005 is a landmark unlock and this identify does an grand task of hitting every little thing new in SQL 2005. It covers new and greater management instruments, and comprises an summary of Notification providers, SQL Server provider dealer, Reporting providers, Integration companies, and research prone. consequently, you possibly can paintings by yourself SQL Server 2005 options speedy and painlessly. eventually, this e-book will give you a place to begin, a roadmap, after which the instruments and information to take advantage of this strong new database server to its fullest strength. So, commence your computing device and prepare to benefit SQL Server 2005!" --Alexzander N. Nepomnjashiy, SQL Server DBA, NeoSystems NorthWest "A good creation to administering SQL 2005. The 'DBA one zero one' sections supply necessary guidance for the recent DBA, solid overview for the skilled DBA, and the one hundred and one label permits the professional DBA to bypass uncomplicated fabric and leap forward to the place the true motion is!. Buck's conversational writing variety makes this an stress-free and fresh distinction to nearly all of tech books written those days." --Brad Russell, MCDBA, Visionary Integration pros the whole, sensible, a hundred% necessary consultant for each SQL Server 2005 DBA! This ebook has one aim: to assist database directors and their managers run SQL Server 2005 with greatest potency, reliability, and function. well known SQL Server specialist dollar Woody covers each side of database management, from deploy and configuration via conserving enterprise-class company intelligence environments. if you are a brand new SQL Server administrator, dollar can assist you grasp middle projects rapidly--and keep away from high priced error that merely appear while it really is too overdue. if you are conversant in prior types of SQL Server, he will get you up-to-speed quickly on every thing new that concerns, from excessive availability advancements and Integration providers to the SQL Server administration Studio. no matter what your heritage, you can find most sensible practices, real-world situations, and easy-to-use automation scripts--all grounded in Buck's unsurpassed SQL Server wisdom. / Timesaving advice, functional purposes, and start-to-finish examples all through / comprehend the major "decision issues" at each level of your SQL Server deployment / practice daily upkeep extra successfully, from hotfixes to backup/recovery / Automate upkeep projects with the SQL Server Agent / determine and audit safety on SQL Server 2005 and the underlying home windows Server platform / visual display unit and optimize SQL Server: baselining, profiling, index ideas, question refactoring, and extra / Maximize availability utilizing replication, clustering, mirroring, and SQL Server's new on-line indexing / Leverage very important new advancements in Integration providers and Reporting providers / Use research prone to help enterprise-class enterprise Intelligence deployments / Even manage an easy configuration of SQL Server 2005 for free--legally! Foreword xviii bankruptcy 1: install and Configuration 1 bankruptcy 2: structure and instruments 35 bankruptcy three: upkeep and Automation ninety nine bankruptcy four: protection 173 bankruptcy five: tracking and Optimization 237 bankruptcy 6: excessive Availability 295 bankruptcy 7: Notification providers and the provider dealer 365 bankruptcy eight: Integration providers 399 bankruptcy nine: Reporting prone 451 bankruptcy 10: research providers 515 Appendix A: Upgrading to SQL Server 2005 581 Index 605
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I explain jobs in greater detail in Chapter 5. Alert An alert is a condition that is raised based on an event, such as a full database file or other system and database-related action in SQL Server 2005. Developers can code them to receive system responses in their programs. Microsoft delivers several system alerts right out of the box, mostly dealing with system-level events, and you can make more alerts for just about anything that happens on your server. The system events are triggered by the server engine, and user-defined alerts can be called by a server condition or directly in code.
SQL Server can send messages to operators, alerts and jobs can both notify operators, and automated maintenance plans can send an operator a message containing the results of system maintenance. It is important to note that anyone can be an operator, not just people in IT. You can define any user as an operator and have the system send them a message based on code, jobs, or alerts. You will want to create at least one failsafe operator that receives messages when the system cannot reach anyone else.
The Database Engine The database engine is the core process within SQL Server 2005 that moves data in and out of the physical files (I/O). The physical files I mentioned earlier map to logical files that SQL Server works with. The name of these logical files, what objects they store, and their physical names are stored in the master database, which is SQL Server's primary control file. SQL Server automatically recovers itself in case of a problem shutdown. On the rare occurrences where the server does not have a chance to commit all the entries in the transaction log to the database before it shuts down, the system either rolls forward, meaning that the log entries (transactions) are written to the database, or rolls back, meaning that the transactions are not deemed complete and are not entered in the database at all.
Administrator's Guide to SQL Server 2005 by Buck Woody