Monthly Archives: January 2011

Building a SQL Server 2008 R2 Cluster: Part VI

With Part-V of this series on Failover Cluster installation, the two-nodes windows 2008 cluster is up and running. Before continuing further, there is a small update on the installation prerequisites of SQL Server 2008 R2. The following three components are … Continue reading

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Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 Released!!

I may be the last one to write about it, but yes, Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 had been released. Although I was trying to get the latest version downloaded from the Virtual Box website, but I was unsuccessful. For the … Continue reading

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Reason for Large Transaction-Log File

Well, this is the most frequent question we found in the MSDN forum. I had asked the same question couple of years back, and understand the need to Transaction Log with the help of the SQL Server Community. However, I … Continue reading

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Review of My Blog by WordPress for year 2010

Happy New Year to everyone!!! As I was going through my mailbox this morning, I find a mail from Word Press regarding my blogs statistics for the last year, 2010. Thought of posting the same to my blog. Below is … Continue reading

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