Asked by: Mamoun Gschreyasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th April, 2020
How do I move a table to another filegroup in SQL Server?
- Step 1 : Check on which filegroup table is residing: -- Query to check the tables and their current filegroup: SELECT tbl.
- Step 2 : Move an existing table / tables to the new Filegroup.
- Move the remaining Non-Clustered indexes to secondary filegroup.
Thereof, how do I move a filegroup in SQL Server?
For this, we need to to do the following:
- Create a secondary filegroup.
- Add data files to the secondary filegroup.
- Move the table to the secondary filegroup by moving the clustered index with the primary key constraint.
- Move the tables to the secondary filegroup by moving the clustered index without the primary key.
Also Know, what is the use of filegroup in SQL Server? Filegroups are the physical files on your disc volumes that hold SQL Server's data and can be used for backup and administrative management purposes. The first thing to know are what types of files SQL Server uses: Primary Data Files. Secondary Data Files.
Correspondingly, how do I move a table in SQL Server?
In SQL Server Management Studio you have Import and Export Wizard :
- Right click on db name( DB_2 )
- Import Data.
- Choose data source ( DB_1 )
- Choose destination ( DB_2 )
- Choose copy data from one ore more tables.
- Choose your table ( T1 )
How do I create a log file in SQL Server?
In Object Explorer, connect to an instance of the SQL Server Database Engine and then expand that instance. Expand Databases, right-click the database from which to add the files, and then click Properties. In the Database Properties dialog box, select the Files page. To add a data or transaction log file, click Add.