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  • Reply To: What's Causing the Pushback with DevOps?

    Dev Ops here is being used for our infrastructure team: Development is still silo'd as development. Nothing else has changed, mind: Infrastructure just do infrastructure, so there's no cross over...

  • Reply To: Giving Computers Ethics

    does a car do a full emergency stop for a pigeon ? potentially injuring  the people in car behind who were (at their own risk) travelling too closely. cars can't...

  • Reply To: Giving Computers Ethics

    Scenario: Someone steps out in front of your car. It stops as it's programmed to. An Ambulance approaches from behind with sirens going. Your car is obstructing the way. The...

  • Reply To: Knocking off early

    Strangely, I tried the code and it reported a syntax error... the only thing that didn't was the Convert statement, which didn't give the right time. A niggle, I know,...

  • Reply To: It Just Works

    I agree with Jeff:

    I worked with Access way back when. I've used it as a database, as a front end to a SQL database, and as a quick development/modelling tool.

    Put...

  • Reply To: Optimizer switching sql execution plans

    Specifically, this behaviour can indicate issues with parameter sniffing.

    There are a number of approaches to address this if it is the case, so here's a handy link to understand more...

  • Reply To: SQL Server Instance Failure - Monitoring

    Powershell scripting could be the answer here.

    You can use : <Variable> = Get-Service -Name <service name>

    Then : <Variable>.Status

    This will tell you if the service is running or not. You can...

  • Reply To: The Mobile Lab

    Three laptops, four desktops, two tablets, plans to add some Raspberry Pi's and access to VM's as/when needed.

    Just need the space to plug them all in and solar/wind power generation...

  • Reply To: SQL VIEW works on its own but not when combined

    To simplify what you've said: You are performing a union on several large views and it's timing out.

    This sound like SQL is paging out memory to disk so it can...

  • Reply To: AOAG endpoint won't connect

    Just to clarify: You use a local admin user account to run SQL under and things work. You use a Domain account to run SQL under and it doesn't.

    If I've...

  • Reply To: AOAG endpoint won't connect

    One node connects but another doesn't? I note you're not limiting the firewall port to specific IP addresses/address ranges - better practice is to implement that, but it does eliminate...

  • Reply To: Unable to Successfully Connect Using SQL Server Alias

    Can you ping the target server at all?

    It may be you need to set a firewall rule to allow the connection (firewall rules can open ports, but may limit them...

  • Reply To: AG Setup

    I've an AG with replication for this purpose, but I do wonder why you'd want a third node for it as you'd not get AG awareness.

    Rather, look at using the...

  • Reply To: The Counter Offer - Part 2

    Dale Turley wrote:

    Eric M Russell (10/16/2015)


    As for the option of sticking around and "fixing" your current job, unless you're in a position of influence, I find that ideal outcome to...

  • Reply To: The Counter Offer - Part 1

    For myself, if I am looking for a new job it's because I've tried and failed to get my current one improved. Any counter offer would therefor be questioned as...

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