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How to attach an .mdf file that was not properly detached?

One of our clients had a SQL Server 2000 database, on a system which is no longer running. They have no idea what was in the database. They have given me the .mdf and .ldf files, and want us to ...
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0answers
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Job accessing linked server yields error 7391 [closed]

I created a stored procedure which queries data from a linked server to insert into a local table. I tested this stored procedure by directly executing it; it works fine. I have to run this stored ...
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Properly index magento mysql tables to improve specific query performance

I am running magento community edition and its db performance is horrible. I have the following query: SELECT `width_idx`.`value`, COUNT(DISTINCT width_idx.entity_id) AS `count` FROM `...
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1answer
112 views

Oracle database and data has been corrupted. Is there a way to get it back? [closed]

The Oracle database has been corrupted and both the data and backups were lost in the corruption. Is there anything I can do to recover my data? It would be terrible if it were all lost.
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2answers
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checksum(newid()) as primary key - what happens if a collision occurs?

Inspecting a rather critical database that is used by some software on my system, I found that one of the tables had a primary key on the column Id, where Id is calculated using checksum(newid()). ...
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1answer
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Best strategies to have a backup of an RDS MySQL database

I have an AWS RDS MySQL database. I'm not a DBA, so my knowledge is limited. I wish to design strategies to have zero data loss in case of a failure, in terms of replication or data backup. I know ...
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2answers
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Merging two Access tables into one

I have mostly identical tables, however there are slightly differences like missing columns in older ones. I want to merge 5 tables into one. Is there any easy way to do this?
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Is there any way to prevent the memo structure from being pruned?

We know that the memo structure is pruned and some expensive alternative plans are discarded during optimization. I was wondering if there is any way to prevent this and let the optimizer just ...
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1answer
365 views

How to dive into the PostgreSQL's optimizer and trace each step it takes to optimize the query?

Just like the MEMO structure in SQL Server which is kind of a "paper trail" of steps the optimizer takes in optimizing the query. Does PostgreSQL have the similar structure which records steps the ...
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1answer
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MySQL Workbench - question about creating FK relationships

Forgive me a little new at databases and I came across something while working with Workbench that I have a question on. In a very simple testing database, with three tables: Company, Department, ...
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2answers
456 views

Update my local db based on scripts executed in my server database

I need to create an solution that update my local db version based on changes that was made on my server database. First, I need to check the differences that has exists between these databases and ...
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2answers
136 views

Tracking down program from Event Viewer

The event log has hundreds of login failed errors for SQL Server. How do you find out the application generating them? There are lots of potential candidates on the server and since it's logging in ...
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2answers
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Restore database created in SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 [closed]

I have a .bak file created by some other user in (I think) SQL Server 2008 R2 (10.50) and I need to restore it in SQL Server R2 SP2 (10.52). I used a hex viewer to look into the .bak file and found ...
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pg_restore and psql asks password for restoring dump file

This will be probably extreme novice question but I want to restore a .backup dump file. I have tried the following command: pg_restore -i -h localhost -p 5432 -U postgres -d old_db -v C:/blabla/bla....
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1answer
798 views

PowerPivot doesn't install in SharePoint mode on an Active/Passive Cluster

We a provisioning a new SQL Failover Cluster. We have successfully configured the SQL instance, and have moved on to configuration of the PowerPivot for SharePoint instance. We run the configuration ...
5
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1answer
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Start service error code 3417 with SQL Server 2012

I cannot start the SQL Server 2012 service. The event log says the service-specific error code is 3417. In the Event Viewer: The SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER) service terminated with the following ...
3
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1answer
494 views

Will creating a view on a MySQL replication slave break the replication?

We need to run some very ugly queries on a MySQL replication cluster. Does anyone know if creating a view directly on the slave will break the replication of the other, otherwise untouched data ...
3
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1answer
927 views

Postgres backup and WAL to S3

We are looking for a solution for the following problem: We have set up streaming replication so we have a master DB and a slave DB, we want to have basebackups and WAL files sent to our S3 storage ...
3
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1answer
52 views

SP with Encryption Read/Writes Stats

If a stored procedure in SQL Server 2005 is created with the syntax "WITH ENCRYPTION" ,are the reads and writes of the encrypted stored procedure recorded in the sys.dm_db_index_usage_stats? I am ...
0
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1answer
859 views

SQL Server TDE - add master key and certificate [closed]

I want to add multiple master database encryption keys and certificates. Can I do that?
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2answers
483 views

MySQL many to many relation

Sorry is this seems a stupid question, but I have a table of server addresses and a second table with a list of hardware devices which use the addresses, it is possible for multiple devices to use the ...
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2answers
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Approaches for deleting unnecessary records from tables

We have a database which stores the temperatures of 20 thermometer every 7 seconds. We want to delete all records in the way that every minute holds just one tempereature instead of 8 which are older ...
3
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1answer
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Percona Node fails to join: Operation not permitted

Joining a new Percona node fails with: 130521 7:15:44 [Warning] WSREP: Failed to prepare for incremental state transfer: Local state UUID (00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000) does not match group ...
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2answers
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Need an Oracle query to get the Oracle Home directory for a particular instance

I am searching for a query to get the Oracle Home for a particular instance name, say Eagle (if there are more than one instance on the host).
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2answers
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One filegroup, multiple datafiles, how to get list of tables in each file

In one of my production databases, I have a filegroup with 3 data files sitting on 3 different disks. There are over 50 tables on this filegroup. How do I identify the location of each of the 50 ...
4
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1answer
224 views

Why does postgres use more space for a time with timezone than a timestamp with timezone?

The documentation on date/time data types state that timestamp with timezone takes 8 bytes, while time with timezone takes 12 bytes. They both have the same resolution (1 microsecond), and on the face ...
3
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0answers
219 views

custom population of full text index

Is there any way to populate a full text search index without storing the backing information in the database? I don't mean using remote-blob-storage or FILESTREAM types. The backing information is a ...
0
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0answers
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Oracle 11gR2 DBCA installation failing with TNS Lost contact

I am getting below errors while running DBCA with silent install using response file ORA-12547: TNS:lost contact PRCR-1079 : Failed to start resource ora.ocl.db It's a fresh installation and not ...
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1answer
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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 ...
3
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2answers
1k views

Server permissions of an activation stored procedure of a Server Broker queue

I have a stored procedure that queries the sys.dm_exec_requests view. In the stored procedure the view only returns one row, while the stored procedure needs to see all of them. The MSDN article on ...
0
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1answer
88 views

Creating oracle database physical files from migrated DB

I migrated a database from SQL Server to Oracle 11g and there doesn't seem to be any physical files created after migration. The client requires that they receive a copy of the database so they can ...
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1answer
965 views

Why does fn_my_permissions return empty rowset? [closed]

If I run this query: select * From fn_my_permissions(NULL, 'SERVER') This is what I'm getting: entity_name subentity_name permission_name ------------- --------------- --------------------------...
3
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2answers
1k views

Is this a good strategy for importing a large amount of data and decomposing as an ETL?

I have a set of five tables (a highly decomposed schema for an ETL if I understand the nomenclature) that I'm going to load via bulk import, then run some inserts from those five tables into a SLEW of ...
5
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1answer
289 views

Is it “legal” to CREATE and DROP #SomeTable more than once?

I've got my code sort of segregated as "coherent blocks" that I can insert into a longer "configuration script" over and over, and one of the patterns I'm using is this: CREATE TABLE #WidgetSetting (...
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1answer
3k views

ERROR 13 (HY000) When Creating Database

I'm trying to create a database and when I type in CREATE DATABASE epik; I get the error ERROR 13 (HY000): Can't get stat of './epik' (Errcode: 13) I am running kubuntu 13.04 with mysql 5.5.31.
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3answers
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Dropping Hypothetical Indexes

In the past I thought I'd deleted hypothetical indexes using either a DROP INDEX statement for clustered indexes and DROP STATISTICS statement for non-clustered indexes. I have a database that is ...
3
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1answer
2k views

Is it possible to use 'restore UNTIL SCN' with rman and Oracle 9i in NOCATALOG mode?

I'm trying to do a hot backup with rman that I can copy to a USB drive so I can recover it on a new server. The backup was done two days ago and the restore database command was working on the same ...
4
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1answer
8k views

Convert SQL Server 2012 SSIS package to 2008

I've created a few SSIS packages in SQL Server 2012 that I need to run on SQL Server 2008. I've been told that it is impossible in their current state. Is there a way to convert the 2012 packages to ...
2
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1answer
119 views

can rman backup a subset of a table

I have been asked to make incremental backups of a table based on the value of one of the fields in the table (called groupid). They want a separate incremental backup for groupid=1, groupid=2, ...
1
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2answers
639 views

Replicating schema changes between production and development databases [duplicate]

Not too sure if this would be a good and proper way to go about things, so I apologize if I'm kind of far off. Currently running Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and in this we have a database for a ...
5
votes
6answers
3k views

Backup very large table

I have to update certain values of a large table (for the sake of a presumed example, it is called 'Resource' and it is over 5M rows) and thus I have to make a backup before performing the changes. We ...
2
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0answers
45 views

Backup very large table in SQL Server [duplicate]

everyone. I'm deeply sorry if this is an amateurish question, but I have to update certain values of a large table (for the sake of a presumed example, it is called 'Resource' and it is over 5M rows) ...
5
votes
1answer
310 views

How to schedule PostgreSQL replication?

I was reading postgresql replications solution but, even I just starting understaning how it works, another doubt has arrisen. I'll be using postgres internal replication solution but as far as I ...
0
votes
1answer
254 views

Do certain string patterns affect query performance on a VARCHAR column?

I am a beginner on MySQL Administration and performance problems. Now this is confusing me. I have a VARCHAR column identity, the string in it is consisted of a Class type and an id, like note:123, ...
1
vote
1answer
332 views

Finding oracle physical database files

I'm using oracle 11g and I need to find the database files to copied to another server. The database was created from migrating from SQL Server 2008 to 11g. There doesn't seem to be a counterpart for ...
2
votes
2answers
7k views

MySQL Workbench connect to MS Access

I have a .mdb file on my computer that I would like to convert into a MySQL Schema and I have found that there is a migration tool within Workbench. However it doesn't seem to allow you to connect to ...
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6answers
2k views

Best practices with large amount of data

I'm building a solution and I have a question. All my data is currently stored in a unique table. Each row of data is associated with a type. My question is, what's the best practice for defining a ...
2
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0answers
1k views

Failover only working for Classic ASP, not ASP.net [closed]

Setup: All machines run Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SQL Server 2012 Standard (Primary) SQL Server 2012 Standard (Mirror) SQL Server 2012 Express (Witness) Root issue: Our ASP.NET application is ...
6
votes
2answers
424 views

Is there any way to trace optimizer's work in MySQL?

Just like the MEMO structure in SQL Server which is kind of a "paper trail" of steps the optimizer takes in optimizing the query. Is there anything in MySQL through which I can get the information ...
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votes
1answer
1k views

Query returns no data [closed]

I am running a query to show LastName and Hire_Date and my results display the columns but do not include any data. This is an assignment for an online class and I have been waiting for my instructor ...

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