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Communication Issues

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Steve Jones
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I've found that more often than not at work, the problems are more about communication than they are about technology. Your example is but one demonstration of this.
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Even if you are a solo DBA, you need to communicate information about system changes -- with your future self! Without some kind of log or journal, will you remember what changes you made six months or a year from now?
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6 months? I've struggled to remember things I did last week at times.

Everyone definitely needs a log

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90% of the documentation I write is for me, for that same reason, Steve.

It's become a habit now, and not only does it save my own butt, it makes me look like a star when I can hand it over to someone else. :-)
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Even I forget the changes I made. A change log is essential whether it's one or more than one DBAs. It would be best if the log was the same one that IT keeps for system changes.
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