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Coffee and SQL

I’m Carla Abanes, working as a full time Senior SQL Database Administrator here in Singapore for an established financial trading firm.

Archives: May 2014

Setting Up Your Custom Data Collector Set

Problem: From my previous post, we learned how to set up Data Collection in SQL Server. This is most suitable for monitoring purposes and reporting on disk usage and server activities. But what if you want to monitor other areas of your database server aside from the default data collection…

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0 comments, 142 reads

Posted in Coffee and SQL on 21 May 2014

Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Spiderman

Originally posted on Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave:
I have to admit, Spiderman is my favorite superhero.  The most recent movie recently was released in theaters, so it has been at the front of my mind for some time. Spiderman was my favorite superhero even before the…

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0 comments, 181 reads

Posted in Coffee and SQL on 17 May 2014

Data Collection in SQL Server

Problem : As a DBA, one of your primary job description is to handle management and administration of 1 or 100+ SQL Server databases. One of the top skill required for this is being proactive in your managing task and being able to fix something even before it even happens.…

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1 comments, 183 reads

Posted in Coffee and SQL on 11 May 2014

That “Cannot Generate SSPI Context” headache

Problem : You have completed an SQL Server setup on a new instance. The setup is successful, you can connect locally and and everything is fine. No headaches. Now to test your SQL Server, you try to connect from a client PC and you get that “Cannot Generate SSPI Context”…

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4 comments, 538 reads

Posted in Coffee and SQL on 10 May 2014

Allowing your App team to run SQL Agent Jobs

Problem : In most of your projects, there is always that situation that the application team have that need to run their own application jobs in the SQL Agent. But how do you allow them to let them have that right (and fun) without letting them make any changes to…

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1 comments, 172 reads

Posted in Coffee and SQL on 10 May 2014