In this course we'll review the most frequently executed DBCC commands to not just see exactly what they do, but also understand what impact if any they can have on performance, on your solution / configuration, or on your data. If you work with SQL Server in any capacity, whatever your level, this course is relevant to you. This course is relevant to database administrators and developers. Experience with TSQL commands is helpful, along with the basic understanding of how SQL Server works.
The primary goals of this course are for you to start to understand what DBCC commands exist and when to use them. These are commands that you can use against the SQL Server instance or against a specific database, and they will either return information about the instance or a database, or they can validate data or data integrity, and there are select commands which will change how SQL Server behaves, we will explore all these categories of commands in this course along with hands-on exercise for each command.
This course is comprised of five modules. In first module, we will cover some basic information about DBCC commands including categories and how we can get information about all the commands available on any specific SQL Server release. In module two, we'll get into informational commands which provide information about instance or SQL database. In module three, we will cover maintenance commands which are used to make changes in behavior of SQL. In module four, we will learn about validation commands which validate structure of database objects. And then we'll wrap up module six discussing undocumented commands which are used widely but not officially supported by Microsoft.
I hope you'll join me as we explore the world of DBCC commands with this course, "Hands-on with SQL Server DBCC command" on Udemy.
In this chapter, we will learn about categories of DBCC commands and how to get list of supported commands for any specific SQL Server version.
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This chapter provides information about "Informational" DBCC commands.
This chapter provides information about "Maintenance" DBCC commands.
This chapter provides information about "Validation" DBCC commands.
This chapter provides information about "Undocumented" DBCC commands, which are not officially supported by Microsoft.
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