Sep 12, 2013 · 6:00 PM
DBA 911 - Database Corruption:
Summary: Database corruption is simply a fact of a DBA's life - if you haven't seen it yet, you will. Success or failure depends on having a solid plan to deal with different types of corruption. In this session, we will discuss usage of related DBCC commands, monitoring for corruption with SQL Agent Alerts and Jobs, and when to restore versus repair. After attending this session, you will be able to check for corruption, identify different types of corruption, and take the appropriate measures for dealing with it.
About David: David Maxwell has over 10 years of experience with SQL Server, with a keen interest in performance tuning, monitoring, and troubleshooting. He has had experience in environments as diverse as health care institutions, auto manufacturers, and insurance companies. His occasional writings can be found at http://dmmaxwell.wordpress.com/