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Regardin a clustereed SQL 2000


Regardin a clustereed SQL 2000

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Edward W. Stanley
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What type of cleaner should I use for the tables of my clustered SQL server.

I've tried using windex on the tables but there is a lot of electro static dust...





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I use a cluster brush. The authoritative text on these is available here:

http://www.vrvis.at/vis/resources/DA-NSahling/node47.html
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But wouldn't a brush scratch the surface of the tables leaving them dull and dingy? I would think that using a soft cloth and Endust or Pledge would do the trick.

Sorry I missed this post yesterday...I could have used the laugh.



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I prefer Lysol(c) wipes .... I have learned that not only do they clean glass, ceramic, paint off the walls, crayon, bleach the carpet and my daughter's hair.

But, they also remove unwanted ad-hoc queries and bad users from the database as well and leave the database minty fresh because they now come with Retsin LOL

I like the concept

AJ





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