Who Dropped My Table? – I was recently asked this question in Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. Let us learn about it today.
Once we isolate the user, it was easier for us to get the performance back to the original level. Learn about User Statistics Report for Database – SSMS.
SQL SERVER – Fix Error: Currently This Report Does Not Have Any Data to Show, Because Default Trace Does Not Contain Relevant Information
If there is a way to fix the error which they get when they try to open Schema Changes History. The error was related to Not Have Any Data to Show.
Though I mainly focus on SQL Server Performance Tuning as my primary consulting engagement, there are moments when I am asked questions from my regular clients which are not related to SQL Server Performance and they still expect me to answer. I think it is totally fair, no one wants to go to find a new consultant for some simple questions. Recently my customer wanted to know who dropped the database table from their primary database.
During recent Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, one of my customer asked if I can also help them to check their readiness of In-Memory OLTP Migration as well as the help them build a checklist which can help them with In-Memory OLTP Migration.