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The upgrade process removes registry settings for the previous SQL Server instance. After upgrading, you must reregister your servers.
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Register your servers after the upgrade Repopulate full-text catalogs The upgrade process marks your databases as full-
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text disabled. Catalogs must be repopulated, but Setup doesn t run this operation automatically because it can be time-consuming. Because this operation enhances the performance of your SQL Server 2005 installation, you should plan to repopulate full-text catalogs at a convenient time after the upgrade.
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To help optimize query performance, update statistics on all databases following the upgrade.
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Update usage counters In earlier versions of SQL Server, the values for the table and index row counts and page counts can become incorrect. To correct any invalid row or page counts, run DBCC UPDATEUSAGE on all databases following the upgrade. Configure your new SQL Server installation To reduce the system s attackable sur-
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face area, SQL Server 2005 selectively installs and activates key services and features. You will need to customize this configuration so that you get the optimum security, performance, and functionality for your particular installation. 2, Configuring SQL Server 2005, covers the details for configuring your SQL Server implementation.
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PRACTICE
Using Detach/Attach and Backup/Restore to Move Databases
It is important that DBAs learn to move databases to different servers during the upgrade process. The following two practices take you through the process of moving a database using both the detach/attach method and the backup/restore method.
Practice 1: Detach and Attach a SQL Server 2000 Database to SQL Server 2005
In this practice, you will detach a SQL Server 2000 database, copy the data file and transaction log file to a new location, and attach the files to SQL Server 2005.
NOTE
SQL Server 2000 required
To complete this practice, you must have SQL Server 2000 installed on your server.
1. Start SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager. 2. Expand the group containing the server that holds your database and then expand the Databases folder. 3. Right-click the pubs database, choose Properties, and click the Data Files tab. 4. Make a note of the location of the data file for the pubs database. 5. Click the Transaction Log tab. 6. Make a note of the location of the transaction log file for the pubs database. Click Cancel to close the Pubs Properties dialog box. 7. Right-click the pubs database, choose All Tasks, Detach Database, and then click OK twice. 8. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the directory containing the data file and log file. 9. Copy the data file and log file to a new location for SQL Server 2005 databases. 10. Start SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), connect to the instance to which you want to attach the database, right-click the Databases folder, and then choose Attach. 11. Click Add. 12. Navigate to the location in which you copied the data and transaction log files, click OK, and then click OK again to attach the files to the new database. 13. Now you can reattach the database to your SQL Server 2000 instance if you want by right-clicking the Databases folder in SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager; then choose All Tasks, Attach Database.
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14. Click the browser ( ) button and navigate to the location of the original data and transaction log files. Select the Pubs.mdf file and click OK twice. Click OK again when the attach completes.
Practice 2: Back Up and Restore a SQL Server 2000 Database to SQL Server 2005
In this practice, you will back up a SQL Server 2000 database and restore the file to SQL Server 2005.
NOTE
SQL Server 2000 required
To complete this practice, you must have SQL Server 2000 installed on your server.
1. Start SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager. 2. Expand the group containing the server that holds your database and expand the Databases folder. 3. Right-click the pubs database and choose All Tasks, Backup Database. 4. Create your backup file and click OK to back up the database. 5. Click OK when the database backup completes. 6. Start SSMS. 7. Connect to the instance to which you want to attach the database. 8. Right-click the Databases folder and then choose Restore Database. 9. Type pubs in the To Database text box. 10. Select From Device and then click the browser ( ) button. 11. Choose File as the backup media and click Add. 12. Navigate to and select the backup file you just created. 13. Click OK and then click OK again. 14. Select the check box under the Restore column for the backup you want to restore. (If the backup media contains multiple backup sets, you should choose the last backup created.) 15. Select the Options page. 16. Below the Restore As column, type in the location and data file name to which you want to restore the backed up data file. Alternatively, you can use the browser ( ) button to navigate to the new location and enter the name you want for the physical file. You should specify .mdf as the extension for all primary files and .ndf as the extension for secondary data files.
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