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What is master database in SQL Server?
Last Updated: 15th June, 2020
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Also asked, what is the database in SQL Server?
A database in SQL Server is made up of a collection of tables that stores a specific set of structured data. A table contains a collection of rows, also referred to as records or tuples, and columns, also referred to as attributes.
Subsequently, question is, what is MSDB database in SQL Server? MSDB is an important system database in Microsoft SQL server. The msdb database is used mainly by the SQL Server Agent to store system activities like sql server jobs, mail, service broker, maintenance plans, user and system database backup history, etc.. It is also used by database engine and management studio.
Hereof, what is the importance of the master system database?
The master database is system database and it contains information about running server's configuration. When SQL Server 2005 is installed, it usually creates master, model, msdb, tempdb resource and distribution (last two depends on version of SQL Server) system database by default.
What are 3 types of databases?
A system that contains databases is called a database management system, or DBM. We discussed four main types of databases: text databases, desktop database programs, relational database management systems (RDMS), and NoSQL and object-oriented databases.