Top Support Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server

Top Support Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server

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We’ve gathered together the top Microsoft Support solutions to the most common issues experienced using Microsoft SQL Server.

1. Solutions related to performance:

2. Solutions related to cluster failover:

3. Solutions related to crashes and exceptions:

4. Solutions related to SQL Server backup or restore:

5. Solutions related to network errors:

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  • Looks like a good collection of useful articles. Thanks!

  • Looks like a good collection of useful articles. Thanks!

  • I recommend a section for installation issues - including instructions about how to manually remove an installation - especially a failed one. Also, how to diagnose installation failures.

  • For scott_morris-ga : excellent and useful suggestion.

  • For scott_morris-ga : excellent and useful suggestion. I have forgotten to sign in , it is why I have reposted. A little reproach for the 1st link : Deadlock Troubleshotting, Part 1. It is an old ( but excellent ) one : do you know whether there is any change since 2005 ( if yes, an update would be useful ) ?

  • Great solutions Set! There is an old Thread that collect some other solutions. I know that this is a blog collection, but maybe worth to add its link here: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/a11b132f-0329-4ffa-a715-962b2f82e87d/sql-server-database-administration-faq-mar-2010?forum=sqldatabaseengine Thanks!

  • Great collection ! Thanks for sharing

  • It's a good start, but some articles are a little outdate. Please update the list to SQL Server 2012.

  • Hi all, we will be refining the blog this month to have separate posts for SQL Server 2012 and previous versions.

  • Installation issues didn't make it onto our "top 5" list this time around. We monitor the top 5 areas on a regular basis, so it may show up in the future. Also, you will see a new post soon specific to SQL 2012 and its particular top 5. Thanks.