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Publisher Comments:

?This comprehensive coverage will be invaluable to both the new administrator and the experienced database engineer alike. Brian takes his seasoned knowledge and lays it out in a way that is easy to understand and easy to implement.? ?Rod Trent, Windows Management MVP

Maintain a reliable, scalable, secure SQL Server 2000 environment

Configure and manage SQL Server 2000 for peak performance and high availability using the undocumented administrative and troubleshooting techniques offered inside this focused reference. SQL Server expert Brian Knight gives you details on system and platform architecture, settings, security, file management, replication, automation, backups, clustering, and restoration. The book also explains how to maximize built-in administrative tools, develop maintenance plans to prevent downtime, and optimize overall system performance. Concise and practical, this essential resource will save you hundreds of hours of troubleshooting time.

Essential Skills for Database Professionals


  • Manage SQL Server using best practices
  • Implement security measures and enable C2-level auditing
  • Automate tasks using T-SQL stored procedures, Query Analyzer, and Multi Server Administration
  • Monitor SQL Server by setting trace flags, creating alerts, enabling the black box, and more
  • Plan for disaster recovery by using full, differential, and transaction log backups
  • Replicate SQL Server data
  • Scale SQL Server using linked servers, distributed partition views, and indexed views
  • Prevent downtime with failover clustering and other high availability solutions
  • Optimize Windows 2000 networks for SQL Server

Book News Annotation:

After reviewing some of the issues that commonly arise during SQL server installation and administration, this guide offers advanced advice on tuning the server, optimizing administration tasks through automation, and deploying SQL server in the Enterprise environment. Step-by-step instructions are provided for working with data transformation services (DTS), rebuilding SQL registry entries after reinstalling Windows, developing a backup and recovery plan, configuring log shipping, and replicating data. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

High-level, no fluff information--written for seasoned DBAs and packed with undocumented troubleshooting tips and tricks for keeping SQL Server up and running. This volume includes architecture details, preventive maintenance techniques, optimization methods, and more.

Synopsis:

SQL Server guru Brian Knight will save you plenty of time and money in labor, frustration, and SQL Server downtime. Provides undocumented troubleshooting tips and tricks and is a quick reference on system administrative functions essential for DBAs. Explains architecture, optimization techniques, automation, management, security, and more.

Synopsis:

“This comprehensive coverage will be invaluable to both the new administrator and the experienced database engineer alike. Brian takes his seasoned knowledge and lays it out in a way that is easy to understand and easy to implement.” –Rod Trent, Windows Management MVP

Maintain a reliable, scalable, secure SQL Server 2000 environment

Configure and manage SQL Server 2000 for peak performance and high availability using the undocumented administrative and troubleshooting techniques offered inside this focused reference. SQL Server expert Brian Knight gives you details on system and platform architecture, settings, security, file management, replication, automation, backups, clustering, and restoration. The book also explains how to maximize built-in administrative tools, develop maintenance plans to prevent downtime, and optimize overall system performance. Concise and practical, this essential resource will save you hundreds of hours of troubleshooting time.

Essential Skills for Database Professionals

  • Manage SQL Server using best practices
  • Implement security measures and enable C2-level auditing
  • Automate tasks using T-SQL stored procedures, Query Analyzer, and Multi Server Administration
  • Monitor SQL Server by setting trace flags, creating alerts, enabling the black box, and more
  • Plan for disaster recovery by using full, differential, and transaction log backups
  • Replicate SQL Server data
  • Scale SQL Server using linked servers, distributed partition views, and indexed views
  • Prevent downtime with failover clustering and other high availability solutions
  • Optimize Windows 2000 networks for SQL Server

Product Details

ISBN:
9780072227888
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
Subject:
Database Management - General
Author:
Knight, Brian
Subject:
Database management
Subject:
Client-server computing
Subject:
Database Management - SQL Server
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1
Publication Date:
20030325
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
520
Dimensions:
9.12x7.37x1.14 in. 1.90 lbs.

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Product details 520 pages McGraw-Hill Osborne Media McGraw-Hill Osborne Media - English 9780072227888 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , High-level, no fluff information--written for seasoned DBAs and packed with undocumented troubleshooting tips and tricks for keeping SQL Server up and running. This volume includes architecture details, preventive maintenance techniques, optimization methods, and more.
"Synopsis" by , SQL Server guru Brian Knight will save you plenty of time and money in labor, frustration, and SQL Server downtime. Provides undocumented troubleshooting tips and tricks and is a quick reference on system administrative functions essential for DBAs. Explains architecture, optimization techniques, automation, management, security, and more.
"Synopsis" by , “This comprehensive coverage will be invaluable to both the new administrator and the experienced database engineer alike. Brian takes his seasoned knowledge and lays it out in a way that is easy to understand and easy to implement.” –Rod Trent, Windows Management MVP

Maintain a reliable, scalable, secure SQL Server 2000 environment

Configure and manage SQL Server 2000 for peak performance and high availability using the undocumented administrative and troubleshooting techniques offered inside this focused reference. SQL Server expert Brian Knight gives you details on system and platform architecture, settings, security, file management, replication, automation, backups, clustering, and restoration. The book also explains how to maximize built-in administrative tools, develop maintenance plans to prevent downtime, and optimize overall system performance. Concise and practical, this essential resource will save you hundreds of hours of troubleshooting time.

Essential Skills for Database Professionals

  • Manage SQL Server using best practices
  • Implement security measures and enable C2-level auditing
  • Automate tasks using T-SQL stored procedures, Query Analyzer, and Multi Server Administration
  • Monitor SQL Server by setting trace flags, creating alerts, enabling the black box, and more
  • Plan for disaster recovery by using full, differential, and transaction log backups
  • Replicate SQL Server data
  • Scale SQL Server using linked servers, distributed partition views, and indexed views
  • Prevent downtime with failover clustering and other high availability solutions
  • Optimize Windows 2000 networks for SQL Server

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