Category Archives: sql server

Script check the index fragmentation in SQL Server

Today I had a need to find the index fragmentation on one of my sql server database and I found this script buried on my computer, thought I will share it here: DECLARE @DatabaseID int SET @DatabaseID = DB_ID() SELECT … Continue reading

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SQL Server Replication status

Few days back I had to query to my production sql replication server to find what all publications are running and what is the status for each of those. A search on the web found me this (unfortunately I don’t … Continue reading

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Find SSRS reports that are run

WITH RankedReports AS (SELECT ReportID, TimeStart, UserName, RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY ReportID ORDER BY TimeStart DESC) AS iRank FROM dbo.ExecutionLog t1 JOIN dbo.Catalog t2 ON t1.ReportID = t2.ItemID ) SELECT t2.Name AS ReportName, t1.TimeStart, t1.UserName, t2.Path, t1.ReportID FROM RankedReports t1 … Continue reading

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List file groups and indexes for each tables

This is one of those quick tips and trick posts I do once in a while. ┬áIf you ever want to list the indexes and file groups for each table in your sql server database, you can use the following … Continue reading

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