I´ve just update my Microsoft SQL license for Enterprise and I´d like to check if the partition is working. How can I do this ?
Hi Clecimar, could you expand on what it is that you want to verify?
This sounds like more of a MSSQL question than one directed towards UIM and you may want to look towards the Microsoft forums for clarification.
I did some looking around - this stackexchange page might help.
It tells you which tables are partitioned in your database:
sql server - How do I get a list of all the partitioned tables in my database? - Database Administrators Stack Exchange
Ok, just to be sure this is not a CA obligation.
I found the same link you send to me and check.
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Para: Clecimar Fernandes
Assunto: Re: - Re: CA UM DB PARTITIONING
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This can help you to understand how it works and ask to your DBA to check:
CA UIM (Nimsoft) Database Best Practices for MS SQL Server
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