sp_RestoreScript 1.8 Now Released

It looks like there was a bug lurking in sp_RestoreScript that was causing the wrong ALTER DATABASE command to be generated when using @SingleUser and a WITH MOVE parameter. 1.8 fixes this issue. For information and documentation please visit https://sqlundercover.com/2017/06/29/undercover-toolbox-sp_restorescript-a-painless-way-to-generate-sql-server-database-restore-scripts/

sp_RestoreScript 1.7 Released

sp_RestoreScript 1.7 has been released. For information and documentation please visit https://sqlundercover.com/2017/06/29/undercover-toolbox-sp_restorescript-a-painless-way-to-generate-sql-server-database-restore-scripts/ Changes in 1.7 New Parameters @IncludeCopyOnly - 1 - Copy only backups are included0 - Copy only backups are excluded @SingleUser - Put the database into single user mode before restoring @StopAtMark - Append stopatmark clause to any log restores @StopBeforeMark - Append... Continue Reading →

BlitzFileStats custom module available for Inspector V2

BlitzFileStats is the latest addition to our custom module collection for reporting on data logged to tables using the First Responder kit, We created a new project where we plan on producing two other new modules for Perfmon data and BlitzWho data collected by the First Responder kit data collection alongside the previously released BlitzWaits custom module... Continue Reading →

Undercover Tools: June Updates

Undercover Catalogue Update 0.4.3 An update to the tables module, Row count and size infotmation added Fix - LocalInterrogation There was an issue with the LocalInterrogation stored proc not updating the execution log, this has now been fixed. Undercover Inspector Updates we forgot to mention from May (V2.2): Added EmailGroup column to ReportData table #216Added... Continue Reading →

Inspector 2.1 now available

As always all updates can be found on our Github repo Breaking changes (Powershell collection): We only test the powershell collection against 2-3 servers so please test carefully before rolling out changes especially if you are centralising more servers than we do. Unlike the SQL based agent collections we would recommend running the powershell collection... Continue Reading →

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