Troubleshooting: Database Corruption
| 40 minutes
A corrupt database is one that has lost some of its data or functionality. Causes of corruption include (but are not limited to) the following: hard disk/controller errors, memory errors, network errors, power interruptions (losses, dips, or surges), lightning, rebooting or turning off the server while the database is open, or the server crashing or freezing while the database is open.
Join Tech Support’s Ansley Ingram in this Tech Support Training presentation that discusses Database Corruption, what causes corruption, what to do when it happens and how to prevent it to begin with. Take the assessment to get credit on your Training Transcript for participating in this course.
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