Asked by: Ahmadou Timerhanovasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th April, 2020
What is SQL Server filegroup?
Keeping this in consideration, what is SQL filegroup?
There's a mechanism in SQL Server to help you separate and organize files: filegroups. What is a Filegroup? A filegroup is a logical structure to group objects in a database. You can have multiple filegroups per database. One filegroup will be the primary, and all system tables are stored on it.
Similarly, how do I create a new filegroup in SQL Server? To add a filegroup using SSMS, open SSMS and select a database where a file group needs to be created. Right-click the database select “Properties” >> select “Filegroups” and click “Add Filegroup” as shown in the following image: When we click the “Add Filegroup” button, a row will be added in the “Rows” grid.
Keeping this in view, how do I delete a filegroup in SQL Server?
Using SQL Server Management Studio Select the Files page. In the Database files grid, select the files to delete, click Remove, and then click OK. Select the Filegroups page. In the Rows grid, select the filegroup to delete, click Remove, and then click OK.
What is file and filegroup backup in SQL Server?
Overview. In addition to doing "File" backups you can also do "Filegroup" backups which allows you to backup all files that are in a particular filegroup. By default each database has a PRIMARY filegroup which is tied to the one data file that is created.