@ScanIAm: What jobs are going to replace the ones that are being automated?
The robots don't innovate, build, install and repair them self.
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ohh yes. We are going the hold a DBA tomorrow and have him to go through the server. The client thought it was good enough just to snapshot the virtual server once a day.
We just fired up management studio and right clicked the database and created a full backup.
We have been troubleshooting severe performance problems all day, on a busy web application that uses SQL server 2008 R2. The database is 120 GB. In order to try to reproduce the problem in the test / dev environment we took a full backup of the database using Management studio.
The strange thing is ... after we did the backup ... the performance issues are gone!
We have since figured out that no full backup has been run for over 1 month and no maintenance jobs are scheduled on the SQL server The recovery mode is set to Simple
My question is: I you don't ever perform a full backup. Can that give performance issues? I am thinking about that the transaction log is never commited.
or is this just pure coincidence?
You can either click "Database", find you database in the treeview and click "manage" or you can hit the "visit the Preview Portal" link