On the server.ini file, you can set the start mode as automatic or manual. In automatic mode, SQL Server will startup automatically when the service or instance is started. In manual mode, if the service or instance is started manually, the SQL Server will start as the last service or instance that was stopped. In automatic mode, SQL Server will still attempt to shutdown when the computer is shutting down or when all services are stopped. In manual mode, SQL Server will attempt to shutdown, followed by the services and finally shutdown (or shutdown) the computer.
An encryption key of the same size as the BLOB data to be encrypted, plus 8 bytes (the size of the bytes datum) is selected from the BLOB allocation map by the backup engine and used to encrypt the BLOB data. The process of copying data from the computer's disk drives to the backup device and storing the data on the backup medium is called "backup." The backup medium is a physical device such as a tape or a disk. The backup process is logically divided into two phases, the initialization phase and the actual backup phase. During the initialization phase, the backup engine copies the primary database metadata and all buffers and pages to the backup medium. Next, the backup engine reads all the data requested by the backup job. Then it checks the data page on the computer's disk drive with the allocated pages on the backup medium. If it is satisfied, the backup engine continues with the procedure, otherwise it quits.
Partitioning is an optional feature of the SQL Server database, allows data separation and improves disk growth performance. In SQL Server 2003 and greater, partitioning is enabled by default. To create a partitioned database, you must add the 'partitioned' keyword to the CREATE DATABASE statement at the time when you create the database. This adds the 'partition scheme' and the 'partitioning scheme' properties to the database, but does not execute the CREATE DATABASE statement. 7211a4ac4a