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Keeping your SQL Server Databases Defragmented with Diskeeper

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All SQL Server databases, over time, experience "internal" fragmentation of its data. In SQL Server, there are several ways to defrag internal fragmentation. Unfortunately, internal fragmentation is only part of the fragmentation problem.

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