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SQL Server Auditing is not available in Standard editions?

If the Auditing option is not available in SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard edition, then why I still see it under the Security object in SSMS? After reading online, it seems that my option is to use the ...
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Update all foreign keys to a different primary key

In a MySQL database, I have a table full of business information. Lots of businesses have been inserted twice due to human error, so the same information exists with two different primary keys. Let'...
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generate new column from another table column, treating nulls are unique

I have a table that looks like the following: |device_id | login_id | ----------------------- | 1 | NULL | | 2 | A | | 3 | A | | 4 ...
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Does SA account need to be called “SA” or can I rename it safely?

We have some applications on our network (from before my time) that use SA account in their SQL Server connection string. It's hard-coded in the source code, and for whatever reason, we can't change ...
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Best index for similarity function

So I have this table with 6.2 millions records and I have to perform search queries with similarity for one for the column. The queries can be: SELECT "lca_test".* FROM "lca_test" WHERE (...
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Log shipped database server user SID is created automatically

We have a production server "prod" which has a user say 'test' that lets the users connect to the application and a logon trigger which stops them from connecting to the server through SSMS. I ...
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6GB Table - 37Mi Rows - 'System.OutOfMemoryException' - SQL 2008 R2

I have a proc, looping through databases( the insert is in a fix database...the select uses the loop ), making inserts (Will hide names for security): insert into Main_Database..Table(16 Fields) ...
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How to select first row from a join that returns multple rows on the primary key

This is related to this question: Joining multiple tables results in duplicate rows I have two tables that I am joining. They share a key. The person table has one name per primary key but the ...
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Access Data stored in SQL Server

I'm currently working on a project to convert our Access Apps to store the table data in SQL Server. Using SSMA to migrate the data results in the foreign keys and Look-ups work as expected in ...
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Moving postresql 9.1 database - live

This question has probably been asked and answered before, and if so, I would appreciate if that could be pointed out to me. I have googled this point quite a bit, but I want to be very sure as to ...
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MySQL binary logging with just one log file?

I have a MySQL database running with binary logging turned on. Each time the database is restarted a new binary log file is created in the format : mysql-bin.00001 mysql-bin.00002 ... mysql-bin.0000n ...
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How important is InnoDB versus MyISAM? [duplicate]

Does it really matter if the default storage engine is InnoDB? My default storage engine is MyISAM
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SQL column name search

I'm using SQL Server Management Studio. I have a massive database and I want to search for column names that might be able to help me figure out what I need to join on. Is there a tool or other ...
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Changing sa password

I'm trying to change the password of the sa account using SQL Server Management Studio 2012. I've followed the steps below but the password is still the same. Login into the SQL Server Management ...
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Full backup at 1am, not started by my maintenace plan

I set up a complete set of Maintenance Plan. Full backup of all databases at 3AM. Differential backup at 6h30, 12h30, 18h30 and 00h30. Log backup at each hour, at 45 minutes (1h45, 2h45...) In my ...
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How to restore a “contained” database? [closed]

I recently tried to restore to my local development SQL Server a backup from a network instance. To my surprised I received the following error message: Msg 12824, Level 16, State 1, Line 3 The ...
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parent child records - cascade deletes or transactions?

I'm about to create a parent and child table. In planning how to do CRUD operations on this data, I was wondering what is better design when it comes to deleting data. I'm using SQLite. I know ...
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Wrong results from joining two CTEs

I've had some help to create a query to solve a problem I had and the solution seemed to be to create two CTE's and then join and query them. If I run the two CTE's as single queries each table ...
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Linker Server data import

I have three servers, A, B, and C. Each with a individual database. A and B are linked B and C are linked All queries most be run on server B for security reasons. I have data on server C which I ...
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How SQL Server distributes queries between Database Engine and FTS Engine

When a client submits a query to the database server, then SQL Server and its Database Engine parses, compiles, and execute those queries. But, if the client's application submits a query which ...
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is it possible to get the lost data deleted from rails console?

The command I ran in rails console is Product.delete_all("id > 44 AND id < 51") Is there any way to get the records back? Thanks
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Quorum disk conundrum

I'm working on a problem for one of my company's clients where they are having a problem with their 2-node active-active cluster and which has been failing over lately but not bringing resources back ...
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Is this db/table structure sensible?

I'm not very experienced in database design so bear with me. I've taken over a ruby/rails app. with a connected MySQL/innodb database. As I'm updating the server to the latest ruby/rails version I ...
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MEMORYCLERK_SQLOPTIMIZER in SQL 2012 Memory usage extremely high and causes server to crash

I have been having issues with our SQL server for a while now. It seems to run out of memory every few days and when I look at the memory dump, the MEMORYCLERK_SQLOPTIMIZER seem to take over memory ...
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sp_GetAppLock slow performance unusual behaviour

We had a critical issue yesterday where by a 1 second stored procedure started to take minutes to execute. I don't know the business logic as of yet, however want to understand the impact of using ...
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1answer
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Remove duplicate records from table, leaving one copy

I have inherited a MySQL table from one of my colleagues, and am in need of a little advice. The table has the following structure: | PHONE_NO | ACC_NO | GET_MAIL | DATETIME_CRE | INT_ACC |...
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Mysql query is using some other index

We have 2 tables: CREATE TABLE `allcallers` ( `id` varchar(50) NOT NULL DEFAULT '', `company_id` varchar(50) NOT NULL, `clid` varchar(30) NOT NULL, `clid_raw` varchar(50) NOT NULL, `uid` ...
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Replication Data Issue

After configuring replication all the data from tables has replicated from publisher to subscriber. Now my requirement is whenever I insert new record in publisher only that record should replicate ...
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Index Seek on SQL Server

Sorry folks if this sounds obvious. But does index seek always work on index pages not data pages? If so, which I think it is, it can only be used on its own if the output list are the same as index ...
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Innobackupex restore steps from 1 incremental and multiple incremental steps

My current backup plan is: Full -> Incremental1 based on full -> incremental2 based on incremental1 -> incremental3 based on incremental2... Please validate if this steps is correct during emergency ...
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1answer
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Getting error: The conversion of a varchar data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value [closed]

I am getting the error The conversion of a varchar data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value. for the following query. After checking some questions here I was able to know ...
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Setting shared_buffers in postgresql.conf does not seem to take effect

We're on CentOS release 6.6, PostgreSQL version 8.4.20. (Yes, this is not bleeding edge.) In postgresql.conf, we have: shared_buffers = 4096MB kernel shm values are set nice and high: [root@green ...
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Difference between clustered index and partitioning column

As I understand partitioning, the column that you partition on is how things are divided into partitions. But does the partitioning column have anything to do with order on the disk? (Aside from ...
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How to determine if a mysql binary log file is empty?

In order to determine whether a database backup is needed or not, I'm trying to see whether a mysql binlog file has any data in it. (During a backup, we make a fresh binlog file and record the ...
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SQL Server Phantom Login

I have log shipped a database from one SQL Server 2008 R2 server to another in standby mode for reporting purposes. Permissions are granted via a Windows AD Group called DOMAIN\DB Access Group which ...
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is Master-Master replication ok for me?

I have two separated locations connected by a not too reliable VPN. I have a common system that depends on MYSQL that read/write tables. Will master-master replication keep both locations in sync? I ...
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RDS Postgres Peformance

I have recently set up a new RDS instance to test out working with a AWS postgres instance vs a heroku postgres instance. What I've found is that when I load an instance of 1000 entries in RDS its ...
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Filtering by minimum value per group problem

I have a select statement, which when simplified produces the following: +------------+----------+-----+ | Group | Name | ID | | vegetables | potatoes | 1 | | vegetables | carrots | 6 |...
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Result occurs often with fast random select query

I have this query to display 4 random photos on a website (I have it from here (when I asked for something faster than ORDER BY RAND())): (SELECT `p1`.`id`, `p1`.`url`, `p1`.`hits`, `p1`.`...
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Is checking for optional characters required in mysql REGEXP?

I have a few rows, in a users table with a name column: SELECT name FROM users; +--------------------+ | name | +--------------------+ | Administrator Core | | Marketing Guy | +----...
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ERROR 1054 (42S22): Unknown column 'plugin' in 'mysql.user'

I am trying to grant privileges for a user to a new database mysql> grant all on db_test.* to 'user_test'@'localhost' identified by 'usersexistingpassword'; I get the following error ERROR 1054 ...
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Column Store Index over an clustered index (created when primary key is declared) - SQL Server

When a clustered index is created, the table itself becomes the index structure sorted by the index key. Imagine now that we have 5 columns in a table XPTO (a,b,c,d,e) and "a" is the primary key and ...
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Partially contained databases and Windows Logins - best practices?

In versions of SQL Server prior to 2012, in order for anyone to log in to a database using Windows credentials, you first had to create a server-level login, them map that login to a user for each ...
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Can I Show Multiple “WHERE” Filtered Results In A Single Query/Output Table?

I am using Postgres 9.2.4 on Red Hat 6. Tables --------------------------------------- | Table 1 | --------------------------------------- | WorkflowID | DataSet | ...
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Scripting the copy of SQL Server production database to test environment

We are introducing continuous integration on our project and we decided to automate the refresh of our test database instance with fresh production data. I'm currently looking for the best way to go ...
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compare 2 tables with minus with a SDO Geometry shape column

if I have a column like SHAPE: CREATE TABLE SOL_PUBLIC.PUNCTE_PERIMETRU_SIT ( ID NUMBER(10) NOT NULL, NUMAR NUMBER(19), X ...
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DB2 10.5 - When inserting, the database is trying to reuse index keys on GENERATE ALWAYS

I am trying to insert a row into a database table which has a GENERATED ALWAYS primary key column. The table has over 1000 rows, and the primary keys start at 1. When I try to do an insert, the error ...
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Restoring database without worring about partitions

On our our production database there is a partitioned table called FullLog. This is updated via triggers so we know who changed the database and when. Which is a problem for me when I restore the ...
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Using TEXT or even MEDIUMTEXT for all text columns in a MySQL table?

I'm using a PHP script to insert millions of rows into a MySQL. Each of the rows contain a diversity of columns that are very different across the rows. Basically I'm using MySQL as a key-value pair ...
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Oracle cannot connect to SQL developer as sys account

I am trying to connect to SQL developer as sys account. It is always giving the error invalid username/password. When I try to connect it through SQLPLUS, it gets connect with any wrong password also....

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