It’s time for our last July TechNet Guru winner! Good thing too, because we’re getting ready to vote for the August Gurus!
About Pituach: Ronen Ariely, Programmer professional, SQL & BI Architect. with more than 12 years of experience in variety of programming languages and technologies, leading and managing development teams and BI projects.
Here is the gold-medal-winning article:
Now let’s look at all the winning articles:
|SQL Server Database Engine Technical Guru – July 2013|
|pituach||Shrink SQL Database during Restore||Peter Laker: “Excellent article, lots of detail.”
Ed Price: “The case study section and strong explanations help bring this article to the top… not to mention a fantastic subject! Great job!”
|Uwe Ricken||SQL Server: No Fragmentation in HEAP from INSERT / UPDATE||Peter Laker: “Nice tip, well presented code.”
Ed Price: “A great solution with well-formatted code, and well-placed images. If it included more explanations, it would be perfect. A very good article!”
|rksqldba||SQL VDI Backups fail with Error 9001||Peter Laker: “Nice copy in from forum help. Just what we need.”
Ed Price: “This is a good, straightforward solution.”
Congratulations to these three. Some great knowledge shared with the community. Mohammad Nizamuddin just missed out on a medal for July, so hopefully we’ll see him return and try again for August!
And here’s an excerpt from the article:
Copy the backup file to the compress folder temporary. We can see on both folders (the compressed and the regular) that the file size is the same 200 MB. But closer look at the “size on disk” can show us the difference. The compressed folder is only 82.7 MB.
Backup our database directly to the compressed folder working great, but will restore into the compressed folder work?
Let’s detach the database and try to restore our database firstly to the UnCompressed folder, just as checkpoint that we don’t have any problem (I created folder named “UnCompress”):
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