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How do I grant all privileges to local db2admin with DB2 9.7 on Windows?

I have as my developer station a laptop with OS Windows XP Professional Edition, Service Pack 3. I have downloaded and installed IBM DB2 UDB 9.7 fix pack 4, of the Express-C edition. I have a local ...
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Continuing failovers on production server

At least a few times a day, my main production server has recently begun failing over. Only, the quorum doesn't move to the other node. I ran the validation report, and got a lot of info I don't ...
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I have multiple ibdata files : What should I do with them?

I have 3 different ibdata files on disk. What is the difference between them? Can I remove some of them? The goal is to migrate the files from C: to E:... I'm on MySQL 5.0.x... Directory of C:\MySQL ...
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Oracle Database Enterprise Users & Roles with Microsoft Active Directory?

We have a legacy application and we have full access to source code and platform running it, so virtually any change can be implemented if required. The application is a Java Swing heavy-weight GUI ...
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Ports necessary for Oracle 11g Replication across a firewall?

We have two Oracle 11g Enterprise Edition servers that need to replicate data via Oracle streams. However, the two servers are on untrusted domains and connect via a VPN. On end of the connection is ...
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Testing Query Speed

When I'm running a query for the first time, it takes x miliseconds to be executed. When I run it the second time it takes a lot less time. I assume that it is some caching involved in this mechanism, ...
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Can I specify a different disk for a specific MySQL table?

I use my home machine as my personal database for my hobby analytics project. This machine has an SSD for the main drive where MySQL stores its data. It also has a secondary hard drive that is ...
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How much RAM I should assign to SQL Server 2008 running on W2K3

I'm planning an installation for SQL 2008 over Windows 2003. The server has 16g RAM. How much RAM I should assign to SQL server?
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PostgreSQL 9.0 how to reclaim disk space after delete without rebuilding table?

Our PostgreSQL 9.0 Windows production server is running low on space. In our 100GB database, we have a large table containing TOASTed binary data. We have deleted some rows and need to return the ...
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Change existing datadir path

I want to change the datadir path in the my.ini file. The existing datadir path is C:/ProgramData/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.1/Data/ The size of my C: drive is 30 GB and the MySQL data folder is occupying ...
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Login problem to SQL Server

I attempt to connect to SQL Server 2008,I receive the following error. Login failed for user <>. Reason: Failed to open the explicitly specified database. By the way, I have a SQL Server 2008 ...
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pg_dump freezes on windows service application

I have a system running over Tomcat which executes a backup batch job every day, it calls pg_dump.exe from Java and stores its output to an SQL file. When I'm executing Tomcat from the shell, it ...
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migrating from SQL server 2005 to 2008

I had SQL server 2005 installed on my windows server 2008 R2. Recently i installed SQL server 2008 and SQL server management studio 2008 r2 (SSMS) on my virtual server and i configured the instance ...
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oracle failsafe - how to start instance in nomount

Using Oracle Failsafe, how can a instance be started up in nomount mode? If the instance is shutdown via sqlplus, the windows cluster manager just starts it up again. If the instance is shutdown via ...
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Windows Storage Server, SQL Server, regular files — means to protect from insider threats?

This is my first post here, and I am by no means qualified as a Windows Server or Storage Server 2008 or SQL Server 2008 administrator. I am mostly a Unix guy, however tasked with a job to investigate ...
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I'm performing a post-mortem on an Oracle database that's crashed its' host. Where should I begin?

I have an Oracle database (10.2.0.1.0 I believe) on a Windows 2003 server that I believe has successfully crashed the OS itself twice. Debates on platforms and stability aside, the evidence suggests ...
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Stress Test to Saturate Memory for MySQL InnoDB

I'm investigating windows 32bit memory problems (the 2G limit) and am after a test which will max out MySQL's memory including InnoDB Buffer Pool, per connection memory and/or any other uses of ...
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Pg install: “The database cluster initialisation failed”

(Note: This question has been compeltely rewritten from its original form, so it reflects the actual problem and will help others find a solution to the same issue). I still haven't been able to ...
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Binlog has bad magic number

I keep getting this error whenever I start MySQL. 121028 1:38:55 [Note] Plugin 'FEDERATED' is disabled. 121028 1:38:55 InnoDB: The InnoDB memory heap is disabled 121028 1:38:55 InnoDB: Mutexes and ...
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Physical memory usage approaching 100%(96%) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: SQL Server 2008 R2 “Ghost Memory”? Context: Windows Server 2008 R2; 32GB RAM; Application: SQL Server 2008 R2, several Connectors to Write Data into SQL ...
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Unknown option '--no-beep'

I installed a new version of MySQL server (previously 5.0, now 5.5) and I copied the data folder in to the new one. Now I should perform mysql_upgrade. I opened the command prompt (server is located ...
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connection issue / Oracle Express 11g in windows7 32bit

I have an issue with Oracle Express 11g in windows7 32bit. Everytime when I try to conncet to the database I get this error message. How can I fix it please!
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MySQL Server Performance

I have a few questions regarding MySQL server running under Windows Server 2008 R2: How do I check the number of allowed connections? How do I turn on query logging to see performance of queries ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 on Windows 7 x64 Professional - what are the downsides?

I need to minimize the cost of the platform, that will run SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition. I have a special licensed version of this SQL server to work with like 20 users (it's an 1C special ...
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PostgreSQL 9 'pgstats wait timeout' problem

I'm asking about this here because in the PostgreSQL mailing lists no one answered me. In one of my servers (Windows 2008 R2 Standard/PostgreSQL 9.0.5 64 bits) the logs are being flooded with the ...
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Separate tables or partition one huge table?

I'm building a rather large table that includes a particular column, my_column. There are a small-ish number of possible values for my_column, and each unique value of my_column should have the same ...
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How to find the detail cpu high process name which occupying most resource in the SQL Server database?

I'm running into a problem when using the following SQL to identify CPU usage in the production SQL Server 2005 env. DECLARE @ts_now bigint; SELECT @ts_now = cpu_ticks / CONVERT(float, ...
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Domain group hierarchical group membership and SQL Logins mapped to AD groups [closed]

SQL Version: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - 9.00.4035.00 (X64) Nov 24 2008 16:17:31 Copyright (c) 1988-2005 Microsoft Corporation Standard Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1 (Build 7601: ...
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Problem installing DB2Express

I installed DB2 Express 10.1 on my Windows 7 (64bit) notebook. Now after the installation finished I cannot connect to the database. During the installation I specified "C:\Daten\db\db2" as the ...
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ProcessID Owner with third party app

I am having problems trying to audit a third party app with a SQLServer backend. The app manages users and user access via a SQL table, using a single SQL login to access the databases. I am trying ...
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Dynamic change to innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit

This is related to this question. It does help to get better performance for InnoDB tables. According to MySQL manual, innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit is a global dynamic variable. Thus, I can change ...
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Use different Windows account in pl/sql

Is it possible to use/log in to a different account in pl/sql. For example, I would like to write to a file in a folder only a specific account has access to. Here's an example of what I mean: Other ...
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How do we free up disk space from allocated namespace? / ORA-03297

We are running out of disk space. The server has a 420 GB HDD, and runs a Microsoft SQL Server and an Oracle Server(10g). The Oracle server uses up to 315 GB space. We have just loaded a 100GB ...
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Changing PostgreSQL port using command line

My PostgreSQL default port is 5432, I want to change default port by using command line (in Windows 7). I saw this solution before: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/187438/want-to-change-pgsql-port ...
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If the users need INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE permissions, is Windows auth still more secure than SQL Server auth?

Some background first: The problem described below wouldn't exist at all if the database in question would have been built with a DBA's mindset: Data access only through views and stored procs --> ...
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Software for backing up SQL Server databases

Since using the new version of Symantec, I've experienced lots of problems doing incremental backups of clients' SQL databases. Is Windows Server backup a good alternative to Symantec Backup Exec ...
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MySQL Workbench asking for password

I am trying to set MySQL server on my Windows 7 64 bit machine. I have downloaded MySQL server and MySQLWorkbench. I have started mysql service by command C:\> net start mysql as suggested ...
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How to import a.csv file into a postgresql database using \copy?

I am trying to import a .csv file into a postgresql database. I am using pgadmin III for that on a win7 machine. My query looks like that: \COPY pop_grid(GRID_ID, POP_TOT, YEAR, METHD_CL, CNTR_CODE, ...
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Can I implement clustering with just 2 servers and one NAS?

I have the following architecture, it consists in only 2 servers, connected to a NAS. I'm having trouble in implementing clustering because I can't have a domain controller in any of them (if I do ...
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How do I create a database+tablespace+user in Oracle 11gR2?

Good evening, I'm trying to figure out how to create a database+tablespace+user in Oracle 11g. I've tried some tutorials, but nothing seems to work. I cannot find Database Configuration Assistant ...
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Bad Windows Authentication sign on

I do not have install privileges on my machine. Another user who has admin privileges installed it, but told the system to use Windows Authentication for the sign on. Is there a way they can change ...
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Logging to a file in PostgreSQL windows service

I need an alternative for running the following command: C:\xxx\pgsql\bin\pg_ctl" -D "C:\xxx\pgsql\data" -l "C:\yyy\log\pgsql.log" start. This way the server starts and logs to C:\yyy\log\pgsql.log. ...
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How is localhost resolved by Oracle listener?

When I o an Oracle test installation on a Windows server accepting mostly the defaults, I end up with a listener.ora like LISTENER = (DESCRIPTION_LIST = (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = ...
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How to restore IBM DB2 database from AIX to Windows?

I had made backup from remote IBM DB2 server in AIX using this command: ./db2 backup database DBEMP to /home/dbemp/backup Then I grab the backup file using FTP Client from my Windows. I run this ...
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Trying to allocate 3G for buffer pool in InnoDB fails

I'm trying to boost my InnoDB driver on my Windows 7 PC since each page request takes just about 1.7 seconds to load versus 0.002 seconds on my Ubuntu 12.10 workstation. The setting I'm playing ...
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MySQL backup InnoDB

I have a VoIP server running 24x7. At low peak hour at lease 150+ users are connected. My server has MySQL running with InnoDB engine on Windows 2008 platform. I like to take at least 2 times full ...
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How does MySQL resolve schema information?

I’ve used MySQL on windows7. Recently my machine was infected by a virus. After that SHOW TABLES and SHOW DATABASES statements don’t show any tables and databases but I can see data from tables ...
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Permission denied in file trying to import

When I try to use \i on a file that is not in the psql.exe folder it says C:: permission denied. For example I have a file with SQL command at C:\Users\Work\Desktop\School Work\load_database.sql and ...
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Cannot start SQL SERVER SERVICE in Windows Server 2000

This morning this problem occurs when my co-worker says they cannot connect to database. I've checked the server and found that the SQL SERVER SERVICE is currently stopped. The problem is I cannot ...
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Minimum/Maximum Server Memory in SQL Server 2005 with /3GB and /Userva switches

I have a 32-Bit Windows 2003 machine with 3.75GB RAM running one SQL Server 2005 instance. I am trying to optimize memory. If I use the switches in boot.ini like below, /3GB /Userva=2490 should I ...