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Seeking Home Network Happiness

TL;DR: My home firewall/router is slow, please help me pick out a new one.
After replacing my firewall/router/WiFi access point one too many times, I’m ready to get off the...

2022-12-27

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PASS Data Community Summit 2022

As I write this, it’s the weekeend before PASS Data Community Summit 2022 and depending upon when I finish, it’ll post either shortly before SQL Saturday Oregon, or in...

2022-11-12

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Meetings Are Work Too

So Many Meetings I’ve said it. We’ve all said it.
I can’t get any work done today, I’ve got so many meetings.
I need to be reminded on occasion that for...

2022-09-20

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Why You (usually) Want a Clustered Index

Note: I originally wrote this a few years ago but never posted it. It resurfaced when I migrated the blog so it’s being posted now.
After watching Kevin Kline’s (blog...

2022-06-13 (first published: )

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Backup with Checksum Show No Issues, While DBCC CHECKDB Reports Errors

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I took a backup with the CHECKSUM option, which was successful and showed no...

Realities of Predictive Analysis

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Question of the Day

Creating Statistics on XML

I have a table in SQL Server 2022 that is an XML data type. I have an index on this column and want to create statistics using CREATE STATISTICS for some of the data in the column. What should I do?

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