Monitoring and Diagnosing Database Problems in SQL Server 2005

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To monitor and resolve database blocks, and connect to the server using a dedicated administrator connection (DAC)

Target Audience

Professionals typically pursuing a career as a Database Administrator, Database Developer or Business Intelligence Developer; individuals who do not work with SQL Server as a part of their primary job but wish to show their breadth of technology experience, including developers and systems administrators among others

Prerequisites

This is a high-level technical path and candidates for the exam, and hence learners should be expert in the following areas: Tools usage UI navigation Wizards usage Writing code in the appropriate language (Transact-SQL, CLR Language, other scripting languages, etc.) Code debugging or syntactic issue resolution Troubleshooting Accomplishing specific focused tasks through the use of code or UI navigation

Expected Duration

80 min.

Course Objectives

Monitoring and Diagnosing Database Problems in SQL Server 2005

  • recognize how locking is used to secure data integrity in a SQL Server database.
  • detect and end deadlocks and blocking connections in a given scenario.
  • detect and terminate a transaction lock.
  • connect to the server using the dedicated administrator connection (DAC) in a given scenario.
  • connect to a non-responsive database using the dedicated administrator connection (DAC).
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