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check PAGE_VERIFY in SQL 2000

Posted on 2010-08-26
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how can you find out the PAGE_VERIFY option in SQL 2000, for a database? (CHECKSUM / TORN_PAGE_DETECTION)

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I found this:
http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/125074/verify-page-checksum-option-not-reported-in-sp-helpdb-or-databasepropertyex
>VERIFY_PAGE CHECKSUM option not reported in sp_helpdb or DATABASEPROPERTYEX()<

Hi Linchi, This is BY DESIGN. Neither databasepropertyex() nor sp_helpdb() were enhanced beyond their SQL 2000 functionality, which included new database options. You should use sys.databases for accessing the new options as well as the old. Thank you.


in other words: it's not there (at least not in clear values).
possibly the column "status" or "status2" from master.dbo.sysdatabases contains the value as bit ...
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OK. Thanks.
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