Rounding Up The Usual Suspects

Arun Sirpal shows us the suspect pages table in msdb:

Did you know that SQL Server tracks suspect pages and puts the details into the msdb database in a table called suspect_pages? Well it does, but the question I want answering is what happens if the page within the suspect pages table is fixed? Does it automatically get removed/updated or do we as the administrators have to do anything manually?

Let’s find out.

It’s a useful table to monitor.

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