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Difference between FIND_IN_SET and LIKE

is there a difference in behavior or performance in choosing FIND_IN_SET over LIKE for a operation that looks like: SELECT * FROM my_table WHERE column_1 LIKE %string% vs SELECT * FROM my_table ...
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SQL database disaster recovery in a second datacenter using storage

I have the following: Data Center (1) has a set of two Microsoft SQL database servers. They are clustered using MSCS and shared NetApp storage FAS3250 system. This provides me with local ...
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Stop on error in PL/SQL developer or Oracle SQL Developer

At this time I am using TOAD to apply SQL*Plus scripts and there is an option to stop on the first error. After it I can fix the script and apply the remaining part. Due to license issues we can't ...
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Foreign Keys to tables where primary key is not clustered index

I'm focusing on SQL Server here, but I think this is a database agnostic question, really. I have a table whereby a Guid is logically the primary key. However, uniqueidentifiers apparently make ...
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Whats the best practice when using Amazon Redshift as a cache

I have tested Amazon Redshift as a cache. So I save data by a key. But with the time the cache becomes slower and slower. Once I do a VACCUM on the database it get backs to the speed. But should i run ...
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How to solve SIDs mistmatching in SQL or orphaned users?

I moved and restored a database from a backup into another SQL Server 2008R2 about a year ago. I wasn't aware of the concept of orphaned users. From what I understood, is that we can end up having ...
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Accuracy of mysqldbcompare vs other tools like pt-table-checksum

I was curious to hear what everyone's experiences are with using mysqldbcompare vs pt-table-checksum( from Percona Toolkit ) to find the differences between two MySQL databases. I have heard that ...
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How to install Slony for 64-bit PostgreSQL 9.3 on Windows?

I have installed 64-bit version of PostgreSQL 9.3.5 from EnterpriseDB installer. Now I want to install Slony-I through Application Stack Builder, but it offers only 32-bit version of Slony, ...
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work/cache table issues, heavy inserts with heavy reads

we have a work table that stores availability of products. This table is updated with millions of inserts every night and medium amounts of inserts throughout the day. during the updates, we delete ...
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mysqldbcompare shows checksum fail but row differences passes

I have started to try using mysqldbcompare to help me compare two databases that are each about 5 gigs with lots of tables. When the tool runs, I am noticing many results like this : # TABLE ...
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Invalid object when selecting from temporary table

I'm creating a temporary table called #PrevStatus. I've confirmed that the create statement is correct. When I run, exec (@TableQuery) which contains the table create statement and then right ...
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Issues with self signed certificates, SSL and MongoDB

Note: As specified in my comment I've figured out a solution to this issue regarding a single client/mongo connection. The next step is to figure out a solution for a replica set involving this fix. ...
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What should I monitor on the SQL Server machine? [on hold]

I need to create some alerts, logging jobs and monitors on a machine that is going to run SQL Server 2012 Standard for an ERP system. The OS will be Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard/Datacenter (if it ...
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I cannot add oracle listener with windows server 2008 r2

how to fix It failed in the execution of "Srvctl.bat". Details of error
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MongoDB replica set - no election after primary node failed

For testing I killed the primary node of my two-node replica set while the cluster was under heavy write load. I was expecting the secondary node would take over after a few seconds, but this isn't ...
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MongoDB status says all 3 replica are secondary

I've been testing usage of the replica set feature in MongoDB. This morning I tried connecting to the DB, and found that I wasn't capable of doing so. I consoled in to get the rs.status() and got ...
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Index file - size changed

I realised today that my index file(which is about 250GB) is smaller than yesterday for about 7GB. Everything, I done in the meantime, was index rebuild. Is it possible that index rebuild is the ...
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Disk space Report for CMS

I want to take the disk space report from centralized server with the help of CMS i have to run that query & i want the query for last errorlog report for all the servers in CMS, can i have the ...
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Large MySQL table, inserts with primary key check

I have a table with 12 million of rows and a following task I should frequently perform: Get search results from somewhere (50 rows). Each result has a key looking as a md5 hash and a table's PM is ...
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Returning true or false in a custom function

I have this mysql table schema CREATE TABLE `nxt_records` ( `id` INT(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `tel_number` VARCHAR(50) NULL DEFAULT NULL, `nxt_status` VARCHAR(50) NULL DEFAULT NULL, ...
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What is a non-clustered index scan

I know what table scan, clustered index scan and index seek is but my google skills let me down to find a precise explanation into non clustered index scans. Why and when a query uses a non clustered ...
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MySQL Master Slave replication seems to affect whole solution

We are running 2 master slave pairs on a web application MySQL 5.1. The concept is to keep all data in sync so that we can via a config file point all customers at one master slave pair to do ...
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How to get statement which causes error 3609?

How to find out which statement causes error Msg 3609, Level 16, State 1, Line 4 The transaction ended in the trigger. The batch has been aborted.? The code seems very straight-forward: -- 1. Check ...
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One field with multiple values?

I know that what I'm asking can't be done or shouldn't be done, but I really don't know how to do it. This is the problem: 2 tables: - Drivers (id_driver, name, etc...) - Trucks (id_truck, model, ...
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numbering distinct column values in an ordering but not just displaying the total

I have a column with non-unique entries, we'll call this column "State" (representing the state where an order was shipped to) and a second column called "Times" (representing the times that an order ...
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1answer
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Workaround to avoid read-only table locking during execution of MySql OPTIMIZE command

We need to optimize a large table (on a weekly basis) in order to reclaim disk space, since records are being deleted regularly from the table. The table in question is an InnoDB table and the ...
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Oracle OLEDB Connections hang in SQL Server: Can I restart Instance?

There is a killed/rolled back query on this instance that was originally attempting to execute a SELECT on a remote Oracle Server via OLEDB. This query was running for over two days before it finally ...
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SQL Server migration from 2005/2008 to 2012

We need to upgrade two SQL Servers for our projects to SQL Server 2012. Since we’re not db-admins or familiar with such migrations, I wanted to ask you if you could tell me what we have to be aware of ...
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Teradata query to fetch records based on date value

I have a case where current date is passed as a parameter to fetch records in TD through a SQL. If current_date doesnt have any records in the DB, then I need to query the DB using previous date ...
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SQL Server Performance

This is rather a generic question. I've always understood that SQL Server likes RAM, the more the better. If for example I had a SQL Server with just a single 2GB database and 8GB RAM, would there ...
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1answer
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What happens on the primary when log cannot be restored on the secondary on Log Shipping

I would like to setup a log shipping but I have a concern as to what would happen if the restore operation on the secondary would fail for some reason. I want the primary database keep working no ...
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How to export an image column to files in SQL Server?

I will migrate from a database. There is one column of type image that I would like to export to binary files on the file system. One file for each record. How can I do this with SQL Server?
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Optimizing for data that does not fit in memory

We have a database that contains around 235 GB of data (calculcated using pg_total_relation_size for each table) on a server with around 77GB of memory. The server is used for nothing else (aside from ...
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1answer
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How do you calculate the CPU Affinity Bitmap?

I am trying to calculate the bitmap for my 32-core server. I want my instance to use cores 30 and 31. I know that CPU 0 gets assigned a value of 1, CPU 1 gets assigned a value of 2, CPU 3 gets ...
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Oracle PLSQL code recovery

I cannot connect to my database as admin, even using connect descriptor neither via RMAN. I am getting TNS-12514 error. I consider to install new instance. Questions: 1) Can I restore/recover PLSQL ...
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Insert any type of text in a column

How can I insert any type of text into a column of type text? At the moment I am using this: $$description$$ But a lot of my descriptions contain $ and other signs, so the insert will fail. Do I ...
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MySQLfabric — Manage setup problem

MySQL fabric does not get configured , getting these errors : [mysql@dev-dm-gitest101z /root]# mysqlfabric manage setup Error : [INFO] 1413953890.788408 - MainThread - Initializing persister: user ...
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VARCHAR primary key - MySQL

Currently, I have a categories table with 2 columns - category VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY and parent VARCHAR(50). The parent column is a foreign key (FK) to the category column. This seems like ...
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Why the operation is not rolled back?

I have the following code in a trigger (AFTER INSERT, UPDATE): BEGIN IF @@TRANCOUNT > 0 ROLLBACK TRANSACTION; RAISERROR('Does not allow modifications in the past', 16, 1); RETURN; END; ...
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Why Postgresql 9.2 word boundary not working!

In my postgresql version 9.1 this query is working fine: select id,name from flash_card_set where name ~* '\yACT\y' and matching: text ACT txt,ACT tests,tests ACT But in my postgresql version 9.2 ...
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ODBC SQL Server driver on Linux/nginx

Writing here because really can't figure out what to do. I have a site located at ftp server. And now it moves to a new server based on Linux/nginx. And everything is fine except SQL Server ODBC ...
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1answer
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How to get all the months from the last paid date in MySql?

I need to get the all the months from the last_payment_Date for the user from that table for processing purposing. As of now i am using this query.. SELECT `Name`, `Acc_No` FROM `user_table_details` ...
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mariadb - EXPLAIN works but ANALYZE throws ERROR 1064 (42000) error in SQL syntax

I want to see the execution plan of a query to find out why it is slow, but ANALYZE does not seem to work, it throws an error on the same query that EXPLAIN accepts. MariaDB [dbx]> explain select ...
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Query where there are only two rows with specific data

I have a table with room which has a data of who are in it. Each room has have 0 to any number of people and each person can be in multiple rooms simultaneously. (simplified below) id name 1 ...
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mysql - sum interval dates

I would like to sum the hours for each name, giving a total interval between START and END activities. It would be simple if I could subtract from each record the end of the beginning. For example, ...
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How to model efficient permission checks for a social network?

The goal is to build a facebook like permission system. So that users can grant other users access on objects based on a direct assignment (allow user X to see posts) or allow users to access them ...
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Find the current task of a long time running indexes reorganize operation

In a scheduled maintenance window, I've manually rebuilt/reorganized some indexes of a SQL Server 2012 database. It was an offline task, since my SQL Server license does not allow online ...
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1answer
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How to Choose an SQL Database for Simple Data Preparation & Analytics

In the interests of not making this a shopping list: please advise on "how" to choose a the right tool, as opposed to which is the best. E.g: Which questions should I be asking myself / client? What ...
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Query to select distinct name based on several factors

I have a table with the following data (simplified here): ID | PolicyName | Setting | State | Value 1 Default DiskUsage Enabled 1 2 Default Memory Enabled 1 3 Default CPU Enabled 0 4 Personal ...
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Find the salary history of employee ‘Margareta Markovitch’ [on hold]

i want to know how to write the query for this question. Find the salary history of employee ‘Margareta Markovitch’.

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