Blog » Entries from 12/2010
Here is one of the forum questions I responded to yesterday. When executing a query using FREETEXT, the following error message was displayed.
Since the error message mentions about permissions of the service account, it was checked. The Service Account had sufficient privileges. This TechNet article clearly mentions the root ...
After SQL Saturday #36 on May 1st 2010 my wife and I headed to Spain. Somehow this post got lost in the shuffle when I got back. I thought it is important to share my thoughts of the event so here it is.
The first SQLSaturday in West Virginia can ...
Heather Eichman interviews Kevin Kline, the former President of PASS and strategy manager for the SQL Server business unit at Quest Software.
Posted January 24, 2008.
We are currently running on an EMC SAN. Did I hear you correctly, we should have databases, backups, temp, and logs on the same LUN? Thanks.
No, you want to put them on different LUNs. IBM is currently recommending that on the XIV array that everything can be put on a single LUN as the LUN is spread over all the disks in the array. For an EMC array you’ll want to have separate LUNs ...
Every year on December 30th (or thereabouts) I write a blog post summarising what I’ve been up to this year, to mark this blog’s birthday. Today is my blog’s sixth birthday which, to be honest, I find pretty amazing – but then every year I’m amazed at ...
I published a post yesterday where I listed my top 5 bloggers from the worldwide SQL community for 2010. The long and short of it, these were the people whose blog’s I had read the most throughout the year. There are many other great blogs and bloggers out there ...
For a more complete backup and recovery strategy, there are some additional items you can save off alongside your user database backups that can potentially save a lot of time and effort in a restore scenario. These can also be helpful to have on hand for archival or historical comparison ...
The Short & Sweet:
WHAT: Atlanta SQL Server Writer’s Workshop
WHO: Anyone who writes, presents, or is thinking of getting started in either
WHEN: Thursday, January 6, beginning at 6:30 PM (First Thursday of the month going forward)
WHERE: 12000 Findley Rd, Ste 150, John’s Creek, GA 30097 ...
In a previous post I outlined how to find gaps in number using both a common table expression and a sub query. This was incomplete and misleading to say the least, In my business we refer to it as an “AD”, accidental discharge. To present a functional solution the below ...
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