We can get info from SQL Server with PowerShell. I used Windows Powershell ISE.
You can following the below steps.
Finding SQL Server instance, version number, Product level, host platform, and with a credential user.
Long story short,
a table without a clustered index is called Heap. But you can also add non clustered index without a primary key.
You can list all heap tables with the following script.
SELECT SCH.name + ‘.’ + TBL.name AS TableName FROM sys.tables AS TBL INNER JOIN sys.schemas AS SCH ON TBL.schema_id = SCH.schema_id INNER JOIN sys.indexes AS IDX ON TBL.object_id = IDX.object_id AND IDX.type = 0 ORDER BY TableName
SELECT TOP 1000 o.name, i.type_desc, o.type_desc, o.create_date
FROM sys.indexes i
INNER JOIN sys.objects o
ON i.object_id = o.object_id
WHERE o.type_desc = ‘USER_TABLE’
AND i.type_desc = ‘HEAP’
ORDER BY o.name
Install Microsoft SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu 20.04 and then, Install dbaever tool to connect to the SQL Server
Minimum system requirements
-Minimum memory of 2 GB
-CPU processor with a minimum speed of 1.4 GHz. But the recommended is >= 2 GHz
-SQL Server requires a minimum of 10 GB of available hard-disk space
Install MS SQL Server on Ubuntu 20.04
Follow the steps below to install and configure the MS SQL database server on Ubuntu 20.04
I will check the version of Ubuntu Linux
Step 1: Update Ubuntu System
We ensure all system packages are updated before adding…
The full error can be seen in the screenshot below :
The issue is caused by something to do with the value that is returned by default in the configured Named pipes. Firstly,
– Open SQL Server Configuration Manager
– Branch out SQL Server Network Configuration
– Click on the Protocols for your instance.
– In the right-hand pane, right-click on Named pipes and then click properties.
– Change the value in the field Pipe Name to
Click ok. Then restart the SQL Instance. You should now be able to connect to the instance.
Page Life Expectancy (PLE) metric has long been considered a key performance indicator for DBAs looking at the overall health of their database instances. PLE shows whether the system is under internal memory pressure using counters provided by the Buffer Manager Object.
PLE is a measure of the length of time (in seconds) a data file page is expected to stay in SQL Server’s buffer pool. This metric is not an aggregate or accumulation, but simply a point-in-time value that DBAs will query out of the Buffer Manager.
SQL Server only reads data pages from the buffer pool (i.e., logical…