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Option 1: Small BabbyNames
This is an 43MB compressed backup of a SQL Server database. It can be restored to a SQL Server instance which is 2016 or higher. This database is 2GB after being restored.
You can build this data instead of downloading by running CreateBabbyNames.sql.
Option 2: Large BabbyNames (BabbyNames_Partitioning)
Download: BabbyNames_Partitioning_1_of_4.bak.zip, BabbyNames_Partitioning_2_of_4.bak.zip, BabbyNames_Partitioning_3_of_4.bak.zip, BabbyNames_Partitioning_4_of_4.bak.zip
These four files can be restored to a SQL Server instance which is 2016 or higher. All 4 files are required for it to work. This database is 23GB after being restored.
This version of BabbyNames consists of the original data, plus two larger tables:
- dbo.FirstNameByBirthDate_1966_2015 (not partitioned)
- pt.FirstNameByBirthDate_1966_2015 (partitioned)
These tables contain "fake" row level data generated from the aggregate data from 1966-2015. They can be used for testing queries "before and after" partitioning.
You can build this data instead of downloading by running CreateBabbyNames.sql, then ExpandBabbyNames_Partitioning.sql.