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SQL Server in Space - HASSP


SQL Server in Space - HASSP

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This was an interesting article, and it highlights some of the challenges engineers face when getting technology to work in extraordinary environmental conditions, like naked exposure to extreme sub-freezing temperature. It's not the first time that SQL Server has been running in space. This document released by the International Space Station Program back in March 2000 appears to contain an inventory and description of software installed on "payload laptops" used by station crew members for monitoring and operational tasks. It mentions SQL Server in addition to Windows NT Server, ISS, Internet Explorer, Outlook 98; basically the typical Microsoft server / client stack of that time period.
http://www.spaceref.com/iss/computer/iss.ops.lan.icd.pdf


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I've been trying to catalog my 200,000 photos over 3 decades. I need a database, but still haven't settled on one.
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robert.sterbal 56890 - Tuesday, September 5, 2017 8:31 AM
I've been trying to catalog my 200,000 photos over 3 decades. I need a database, but still haven't settled on one.

Wow, that's a lot of photos. If you spend an average of 10 seconds reminiscing each one, it end up being 555 hours total. Then again, it will be a goldmine later in life.



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I've been trying to catalog my 200,000 photos over 3 decades. I need a database, but still haven't settled on one.

Wow, that's a lot of photos. If you spend an average of 10 seconds reminiscing each one, it end up being 555 hours total. Then again, it will be a goldmine later in life.

It would be nice to know how many are duplicates.

200,000 frames is less than 2 hours of a 30 frame per second movie.

Eventually I want to be able to make photomosaics by subject on demand.

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robert.sterbal 56890 - Tuesday, September 5, 2017 9:54 AM
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I've been trying to catalog my 200,000 photos over 3 decades. I need a database, but still haven't settled on one.

Wow, that's a lot of photos. If you spend an average of 10 seconds reminiscing each one, it end up being 555 hours total. Then again, it will be a goldmine later in life.

It would be nice to know how many are duplicates.

200,000 frames is less than 2 hours of a 30 frame per second movie.

Eventually I want to be able to make photomosaics by subject on demand.

200k is lot. I was working on organizing 15k+ photos in folders and it took a while. Make sure to use the DuplicateFileFinder first to delete the duplicates.

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I've been trying to catalog my 200,000 photos over 3 decades. I need a database, but still haven't settled on one.

Wow, that's a lot of photos. If you spend an average of 10 seconds reminiscing each one, it end up being 555 hours total. Then again, it will be a goldmine later in life.

It would be nice to know how many are duplicates.

200,000 frames is less than 2 hours of a 30 frame per second movie.

Eventually I want to be able to make photomosaics by subject on demand.

200k is lot. I was working on organizing 15k+ photos in folders and it took a while. Make sure to use the DuplicateFileFinder first to delete the duplicates.

You'll never get around to viewing all these photos until you're retired from work, but what a trip down memory lane it will be.



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I'm looking toward a couple of open source projects to tag the images:

https://github.com/cmusatyalab/openface

https://github.com/TadasBaltrusaitis/OpenFace

and I'm hoping there will be a few others.

The photos are stored by decade/year/month/day and the format for the names is:

YYYY-MM-DD_HH-mm-ss_old-or-edited-name.jpg

a typical path is .\photos\by-date\2010s\2017\2017-04\2017-04-12-Wednesday\2017-04-12_12-23-23_img0030.jpg
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