In a previous tip we discussed 10 items that should be addressed to manage your SQL Server environment. These items included; backups, security, disaster recovery, etc... The second item on the list was to check database and table integrity. This is pretty much a simple task to perform and there is not much if any interaction that needs to take place between the DBA and SQL Server. Although this is pretty straightforward to setup and run, this is not always implemented and secondly the output is seldom reviewed to see if there are any issues. This tip will address some of the items you should consider when putting your integrity check process in place.
The following checklist is a list of items that you should consider when implementing integrity checks.
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