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At any given point in time, only one filegroup can be designated as the default filegroup. A secondary data file can be a part of only one filegroup. Once a data file has been created as part of a particular filegroup, you cannot move it directly to another filegroup. If you want to move the file to another filegroup, you must first empty it by relocating any data present in that file to other files in the same filegroup using the command:
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DBCC SHRINKFILE (<data_file>, EMPTYFILE);
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DBCC SHRINKFILE (TestDB_2, EMPTYFILE);
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Once emptied, you can delete the file and recreate it on the other filegroup. Even though there can be more than one transaction log file, the transaction log files are never a part of a filegroup and cannot be placed individually. All transaction log files utilized sequentially in a circular fashion to store the logical log records. While filegroups are simply containers for the data files that don t intrinsically help improve performance, in some cases performance gains are realized by appropriate placement of tables and indexes on specific disks. This is particularly true for complex workloads where the data access patterns are well understood, and there are gains to be realized by appropriate placement of the tables. For example, if an application has a huge volume of data continuously being inserted into, for example, a case-history information table, it may make sense to separate this table into its own filegroup. Filegroups also help you partition large tables across multiple files to distribute the I/O throughput. They can also be used effectively to store indexes and text, ntext, and image data type columns on files other than where the table itself is stored. Note SQL Server 2005 permits a database to have 32,767 data files and filegroups; however, this limit is almost never expected to be reached. In real world deployments, the number of files and filegroups in a database is usually less than a half dozen, and many of the small and lightly accessed databases have just a single data and transaction log file. The one exception to this is when data partitioning is used. In this case the database could very easily have upwards of 250 filegroups and files. You will learn more about this in 20, Data Partitioning.
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Every SQL Server 2005 instance contains five system databases master, model, msdb, tempdb, and resource that are used for the server initialization, housekeeping, and
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temporary storage required for application data. In addition, SQL Server 2005 also optionally installs two sample databases: AdventureWorks and AdventureWorksDW. The purpose of all these databases is described in the sections below.
master
The master is by far the most important system database in SQL Server 2005. It contains a set of system tables that serve as a central repository for the entire instance and maintaining information about login accounts, other databases, file allocations, system configuration setting, disk space, resource consumptions, endpoints, linked servers, and so on. Unlike earlier versions of SQL Server, the master database in SQL Server 2005 does not store system objects; the system objects are now stored in the resource database, which is explained later. The master database records the initialization information for SQL Server 2005, and therefore it is absolutely critical to the SQL Server instance. It is a recommended best practice to locate the master database on a fault-tolerant disk drive and always have a current backup to protect against the event that it gets completely destroyed and has to be restored from a backup media. You should always back up the master database after creating, modifying, or deleting a user database; changing the server or any database configuration; and modifying or adding user accounts. More Info In the absolute worst-case scenario when the master database is destroyed and no backup is available, you can rebuild it to its state when the instance was installed using the REBUILDDATABASE option available in the unattended setup. This operation should be performed very selectively and after careful consideration as it wipes out your entire server-wide configuration including all logins, forcing you to redo everything from scratch. Search for Rebuild master database in SQL Server Books Online for information on how to rebuild the master database.
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