This article installs SQL Server on Linux on the Amazon EC2 instance with Red Hat OS prepared in the earlier article.Read more »
This article explores the configuration of the Red hat Amazon EC2 instance for SQL Server installation.Read more »
In this article, it will be described how to connect to remote MySQL Server on Linux OS using SSH key pairs. Windows OS will be used as a host from which will be established a connection using PuTTY as a client. Besides using PuTTY as a client for establishing the connection to remote machines, it will be used to generate and use secure shell – SSH keys as well.Read more »
This article will explain how to set up a connection from a Windows host OS using a PuTTY client to a remote MySQL server on Linux Ubuntu 18.04.Read more »
In this article, we will talk about how to send the SQL Server Transactional Replication on Linux Environment.Read more »
In this article, we will review how to create custom SQL Server docker images and run the containers from the custom images, upload the custom images to the docker hub.Read more »
Replication is a process to manage multiple copies of the same data at a different node. Microsoft SQL Server supports Merge Replication, Transaction Replication, Peer to Peer Replication and Snapshot Replication.Read more »
In this article, we will review on managing database files of SQL Server running on Azure Kubernetes service.
In this article, we will review how to create a Kubernetes cluster in AWS using KOPS, provision Elastic Block Store (EBS) as persistent volume to store the database files and deploy SQL Server in the K8s cluster.Read more »
In this article, we will review how to create a Kubernetes cluster in Azure Kubernetes Service, provision the persistent volume to store the database files and deploy SQL server on Kubernetes cluster.Read more »
We learned to install SQL Server 2019 installation on Ubuntu without a Docker Container in one of my previous articles, but we might also get a request to uninstall SQL Server running on Ubuntu as well. Both the installation and the uninstallation of SQL Server is different in Linux than of Windows OS. In windows, we can remove or uninstall any program using the add or remove programs feature. In Ubuntu, We need to run the commands in order to uninstall the programs. However, before performing uninstallation, we need to take care of the below point.Read more »
In this article, we will explore the different Linux commands related to the disk space.
- ‘ls’ command
- ‘df’ command
- ‘du’ command
In this article, we will talk about SQL Dump files and the process to change the dump directory in Linux SQL Server.
In my previous articles, we installed the SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.1 on Ubuntu Linux. You can follow the below articles to prepare the SQL instance on Linux.
In the article, we will learn how to use the ‘iotop’ and ‘iostat’ commands with various configuration options.
Each database in SQL Server contains at least two files i.e. Data file (*.mdf) and log file (*.ldf). These database files have a logical name and the physical file name. Below we can view the simple architecture of a database in SQL Server.
SQL Server 2017 and SQL Server 2019 supports both the Linux operating system. As part of performance troubleshooting or monitoring resources in Windows system, we need to check certain things like disk space, CPU or Memory consumption, check running processes, uptime etc. We can get the information, on a windows based SQL server, from the task manager.
Until now, we learned to install and configure SQL Server 2019 using the Docker container. In this article, we will directly install SQL Server on the Ubuntu Linux and explore more on this.
In my previous articles, we installed SQL Server 2019 on the windows environment (vs Linux / Ubuntu). We also explored some of the important enhancements in SQL Server 2019
In the first article of the series on SQL Server 2019 and Ubuntu, we prepared the virtual machine environment and installed Ubuntu 18.10 in it. In this part of the article, we will install the latest SQL Server 2019 Preview CTP 2.1.Read more »
In the previous articles of this series on using SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu, we have explored the followingRead more »
In most cases, an organization can either use the existing out-of-the-box database replication features offered by their database software provider or invest in custom solutions to execute and manage database replication processes. The latter option sometimes allows greater flexibility to create data replicas across multiple types on multiple platforms.Read more »
This article is an in-depth guide on how PowerShell can be used to maintain and manage SQL backup on Linux and Windows machines.
Here’s an outline of what this article is all about:
- Technical specifications
- How to load SQL Server modules on Windows machine
- Security – Credential Management
- The objectives of Backup and Restore
- Library Linkage
- How SQL Server 2017 backup feature is used on Linux
- And more …
Configuration of any system plays a vital role in its working efficiently. However, configuring a system needs not necessarily be a daunting task. There are several tools that help with the process.
SQL Server on Linux provides a wide range of options for configuration, management and administration.
- SQL Server Management Studio