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Save execution plan files via PowerShell
Vlad Drumea / PowerShell, SQL Server
In this post I’ll demo how to use PowerShell to retrieve execution plan files from a SQL Server…
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Good stuff! Also, I think that accessing the server through DAC , would have worked
Sorry for the late reply. I took a break from the blog for a couple of months. Can you please…
Not sure what I did wrong but when I executed the Powershell .\psblitzl.ps1 wsfpv02342\mstqip05 -checkdb hgxcore I got the following…
Hi Leo, Thank you for your input! Regarding exporting and importing settings: It's doable, and that's why I change the…
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Thank you! Yes, DAC would be a viable alternative to starting the instance in single user mode. The only thing…