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Today I encountered an issue that as of yet is still unresolved. While setting up third-party monitoring of my Microsoft SQL Server instances I just so happened to encounter an issue that I was planning on protecting against: a sudden, ramped-up blast of CPU-ness that is the equivalent of 10 ...
I am sure most of you have already heard the good news -Microsoft TechEd India 2009 finally arrives! Tech.Ed-India is a great opportunity to gear yourself up to keep pace with the latest technology innovations and trends. This event offers you the platform to get comprehensive hands-on-training and free ...
As part of a cleanup initiative we have been reviewing all of our databases and their owners and looking for databases that needed their owner changed. We only wanted to touch the databases where the current owner did not equal the owner we wanted to use. I had to stop ...
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