Monday, August 03, 2009

One of the functions of a DBA is to keep an eye on free space within the database and database files. The auto grow feature is great as a last resort, but proactively managing the database files is a better approach.

Also, this information can be used to shrink data files as needed if there is a lot of free space in the files. In this tip from MSSQLTIPS they take a look at a few ways to find the current free space within a database, so you can better manage your database files.... Read More

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INSERT EXEC failed because the stored procedure altered the schema of the target table.

This morning I was trying to call a stored procedure and insert the results in a temp table using the following code  -- create table #...