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Thank you for this very valueable hint @TarynPratt . Do understand that "updates" category in the catalog will not usually include Windows OS LCU or other imporant product updates? And if the CU of SQL is security related, will this SQL CU be "promoted" to security updates?
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@Karl_Wester-Ebbinghaus Azure Update Manager has many different classifications that can be included in a maintenance configuration. SQL Server CUs fall in the category of "Updates". If you want to exclude CUs from your OS maintenance configuration, then you would exclude this classification categor...
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in Turn AUTO_SHRINK off!! on Apr 16 2024 04:41 AM
"[...] in fact, I can't think of a single problem it solves..." : Is the only way to make Azure SQL Database to fit into an Elastic Pool. Plus no other SHRINK command seems working in Azure.
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That's wonderful news @TarynPratt. Thank you for bringing this to GA for Azure and Hybrid customers. It's a great addition to Azure Update Manager and I appreciate much that it enables customers to do instance based patching of SQL Servers. May we expect that the feature is available for SQL on-prem...
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@Vyacheslav_Kovalyov so sorry for not getting back to you on that - I believe it's possible from a technical standpoint. My request would be that you create it on the feedback site so we can understand wider interest (and then determine priority). SQL · Community (azure.com)
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