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Posted Thursday, December 11, 2008 7:57 AM


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Steve Jones - Editor (12/10/2008)
You might want to call MS support and work through this, checking to see if you might have hardware issues.


Not much point - they're not going to say anything different or have any better insight than what's been said on the thread so far - and it will cost $250+ for the extra non-advice.


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yip. I'll save NYSE the cash.

btw - I was at your Surviving Corruption session at PASS. It was the best session I attended. As you can see I still struggle interpretting DBCC output but am much more confident now with running them.


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It's not so much that they give different advice, that if you decide to go and restore pages or work through the corruption, the $250 is a cheap few hours of consulting from experts that can double check your work if you're not experienced doing this or not completely comfortable.






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Most of the frontline support folks know less than many people here...

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Posted Friday, December 12, 2008 9:58 AM


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-- Cranfield (12/12/2008)
yip. I'll save NYSE the cash.

btw - I was at your Surviving Corruption session at PASS. It was the best session I attended. As you can see I still struggle interpretting DBCC output but am much more confident now with running them.


Excellent - thank you. That was the whole point - increasing confidence and awareness.

Cheers


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