What if it all grows out?!

The other day I got thinking about what would happen if all databases on a single instance grew out, every single one of them! but not just once, what if they all grew out three, four or fives times overnight - what would things look like? Well I know the likelihood may be slim but... Continue Reading →


Here's a quick one for you.  If you happen to be managing SQL Servers with a large number of databases and availability groups, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of which database belongs to which availability group. sp_WhatsMyAG will tell you just that.  You can either provide it with the database name and... Continue Reading →

The SQLUndercover Inspector is now available!

The SQLUndercover Inspector is now available on GitHub, a quick run down of what it does can be found here: Introducing: The SQLUndercover Inspector, a quick video introduction can be found here and upcoming video tutorials will be released on Undercover TV in due course. Thanks for reading 🙂

sp_AGReconfigure 1.1 is now available

sp_AGReconfigure 1.1 is now available HERE and on GitHub V1.1 includes a new Parameter and some minor bug fixes: @Readable NULL - DEFAULT:  Ignore Readable secondary check (acts as though you are using V1) 0 - Produce a statement to switch readable secondary off if switched on 1 - Produce a statement to switch readable... Continue Reading →

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