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No privileges on the admin

I am using MySQL on AWS, and I came to horrific realization that privileges were flushed shut N across the board today. I was able to view this from an other user has very few privileges, but one of ...
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Returning empty string when string_agg has no records

I am trying to return a text field in a PostgreSQL query that is of the form 'stringOne' || string_agg(field, ',') || 'stringTwo' where for certain elements in the group clause, field is always ...
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In SQL Server, should I force a LOOP JOIN in the following case?

Typically, I recommend against using join hints for all the standard reasons. Recently, however, I have found a pattern where I almost always find a forced loop join to perform better. In fact, I am ...
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How to create function(table_name) in postgres that returns a set of the table

I have a set of tables that share the same fields (some timestamps and users names used for version control). I need to create a function with dynamic sql that uses a table_name and a timestamp as ...
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Phantom Transactions using Version Store in tempDB

We are seeing version store space increasing on one of our servers, and there are ~20 sessions that are showing as actively accessing version store rows for over 24 hours. The problem is, when I try ...
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OUTER APPLY vs LEFT JOIN

I'm working on the query bellow. Its structure is based on someone else's similar query... SELECT tptype.Code AS ThirdpartyTypeCode, ptf.Ticker AS TextId, finIn.InternalCode AS ...
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How to pass log file in pg_dump

I am using this command to export. export PGPASSWOD=${PASSWORD} pg_dump –i –b -o -host=${HOST} -port=5444 -username=${USERNAME} -format=c -schema=${SCHEMA} --file=${SCHEMA}_${DATE}.dmp ${HOST} ...
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MS SQL Server Implement Limit Functionality

I am facing problem to implement the pagination on grid. Actually after applying all the filter we get 3000k records from database but if pull the 3000k data the query take time so I am showing only ...
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Merge left outer join column

I have a query that use left outer join. something like that : select issues.id, journal.notes from issues left outer join on (issues.id = journal.issue_id and journal.notes != '') So far it ...
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Will redirecting queries to dev/null warm up indexes?

I'm trying to warm up the buffer pool. Will running a query and re-directing the output to /dev/null suffice? e.g. mysql -u username -p -e "select id from tbl where 1=1" > /tmp/results.txt Thanks
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Installing scott schema for oracle 11g express

I want to install scott schema, a sample database in oracle. But in express edition, I can't find out it. Please help me install it on Oracle 11g express. I'm a newbie, pls help me
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Looking for ideas on maintaining data warehouse in close to real-time - ETL tools, etc

I have done a fair number of traditional data warehouse implementations where the loads were done in a batch-oriented manner, i.e. the data is refreshed nightly or, at most, every few hours. I now ...
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Is there a psql equivalent of bash's reverse-search-history?

I am very fond of bash's reverse-search-history (C-r) (command-line feature): Search backward starting at the current line and moving ‘up’ through the history as necessary. This is an incremental ...
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What data will be lost with DBCC CHECKDB (REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS)?

I have a corrupt database. The last known good backup was over 2 weeks ago. I've run a CHECKDB and have the page numbers where SQL Server located the corruption. I've looked at the data on the ...
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DISTINCT not using an index

I have table (2139868 rows): COLUMN1 NUMBER(20,0) COLUMN2 XMLTYPE COLUMN3 XMLTYPE COLUMN4 VARCHAR2(50 BYTE) COLUMN5 VARCHAR2(50 BYTE) COLUMN6 VARCHAR2(50 BYTE) COLUMN7 VARCHAR2(50 BYTE) COLUMN8 ...
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Upgrade MongoDB meta-data after binary upgrade

I upgraded our MongoDB binaries from 2.2.5 to 2.4.9. I did not follow one of the considerations prior to upgrading: To upgrade to 2.4, sharded clusters must upgrade following the meta-data upgrade ...
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Issues with Inserting due to FK constraints

I have two tables: Employee, and Department. They are setup like so, : CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `mydb`.`Department` ( `Dname` VARCHAR(25) NULL, `Dno` INT NULL, `Total_sal` INT NULL, ...
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What is the best way to get all data for a date range, plus the last event just before the range?

For this question assume the following: There is a table of events [Event] There is a table of employees [Employee] There is a table that relates the two [EventEmployee] (EventID + EmployeeID) Each ...
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1answer
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Avoiding entitized characters when using FOR XML PATH for string concatenation

I have this query: SELECT DISTINCT f1.CourseEventKey, STUFF ( ( SELECT '; ' + Title FROM ( SELECT DISTINCT ...
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1answer
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Failover Mirror

My name is Jackson and I'm from Brazil, sorry about my English. My question is about the failover process in SQL Server Mirror. Question: If just the database, not a instance or a server, goes ...
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1answer
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SQl comand works in Workbench but not from Java Program

I am working on a program that manages a database of client information. I am currently stuck on a problem where the SQL statement created by my java program but get the error SQLException: You ...
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“Display width out of range for column” error when importing mysql 5.1 dump into 5.5

I am migrating to a new server, and trying to move my database from a 5.1 to 5.5 server. I created a dump with mysqldump -u root -p --add-drop-database --triggers dbname > dbname.sql When I ...
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1answer
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Error checking with sp_send_dbmail

This question is kind of multifaceted. First, what I'm trying to actually accomplish: I am in an environment where there is not really heavy data validation on inputs. So there is lots of opportunity ...
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1answer
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DB2 removing white spaces in field values

In a table I have a column called column_xml defined as CLOB(1000000). The fields in the column contain XML formatted information. My problem is that there are lots of white spaces in these fields ...
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Profiling parameters

I was trying to fine the parameters of a query I suspect to be causing unnecessary logical read and eventually captured it in profiler, however parameters @p3 and @p4 are not listed. Is anyone able ...
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Many temporary tables created on disk since mysql 5.6 upgrade

I recently upgraded MySql (from 5.5 to 5.6) on a Debian Wheezy server. Drupal 7 and a PunBB board are installed on this server (Drupal 7 database size: 54 M / board database size < 800 M). These ...
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New SQL Server 2008 instance, load old instance DB's

BACK STORY: I'm a developer with a local instance of SQL Server 2008 on my workstation. I just recently upgraded my motherboard and found out (much to my dismay) the old motherboard's RAID drivers ...
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Avoid transaction rollback when Deadlock is encountered (mysql)

I'm currently trying to handle concurrent inserts correctly using MySQL, I'm basically doing the following: CREATE TABLE foo (id INT NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY) ENGINE=INNODB; CREATE TABLE bar (id INT NOT ...
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1answer
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How to decide whether to enable MySQL query cache using InnoDB

How should the decision to enable / disable the MySQL query cache be made, on a server that uses just InnoDB tables. Say for example, if the cache is enabled, then how should the output of: SHOW ...
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MySQL CPU high usage

My MySQL service started to using a lot of CPU recently. Few second after restart it takes 100% CPU's. I tried already changing my.cnf file to optimize cache/buffers. I have no idea what causing that ...
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1answer
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sql indexing and performance

I am using mysql5.1, i have table which has about 15 lakh (1.5 million) records.This table has records for different entities i.e child records for all master entities. There are 8 columns in this ...
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Is it possible to get the queries executed in the past? [on hold]

Is it possible to get the queries executed in the past? the server is restarted.
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MYSQL: Join with many to many

I'm trying to create a view and trying to see what can be done, I have a main table a table I wanna join to and also a junction table. Event table (it's very big so it's just dummy data): ...
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Advanced design question related to compound primary keys

As a database design expert, I had a discussion with an academic person about database design and I need some arguments on why some design is bad or not normalized or bad practice. As we cannot ...
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Are mongodb bulk inserts really increase server perfomance (and faster)?

Bulk inserts always are faster in client side because of saving round-trips, but at the server-side is there any sensible performance improve? It seems the code for bulk inserts, just loops over ...
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1answer
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How to grant super privilege to the user?

I have created a user and given privileges to the user1. `grant all privileges on db1.* to user1@'%' with grant option; Am using mysql workbench to import dumps to my database. While importing ...
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Best design of mongo replica set for DB read/write speed

I'm building a Node app that uses MongoDB. Whilst it would probably be fine to have node and mongo sitting on the same VPS, I want to ensure that the MongoDB is backed up and maintain high ...
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A rollback on a production server that's been running too long

I have a problem with a production server that is causing considerable locking and performance degradation. It all started the night of Tuesday into Wednesday with a procedure that inserts data into ...
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what values to set for the folowing PostgreSQL Variable [on hold]

I need to optimize my DB, in order to fine tune, what values to provide for the following variables, please advise, thanks. PgSQLIdleQuery PgSQLXclLock PgSQLConnections PgSQLMaxTTime PgSQLMaxQTime ...
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the environment variables configuration for ORACLE EXPRESS 11g / windows7 32Bit

I can't connect in Oracle Express 11g (windows7 32-bit) and I think the problem comes from the environment variable ORACLE_SID & ORACLE_HOME , how can I get the database instance to do the right ...
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Using #temp to work around Reporting Services blocking issue

Having utterly failed to resolve why a perfectly acceptable but admitidly large stored procedure was suffering the blocking process lck_m_s when called via a report in SQL Reporting Services I have ...
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MySQL database stops working after log enabled

I have this strange issue. I have MySql workbench, which I use to make querries to mysql database (xampp 3.2.1). Everything works fine, but recently I found myself having to profile the querries my ...
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How to design a database structure for different groups of contacts?

I've been looking around for a while how systems manage their contacts. Most I encounter is creating a people or party table including a type to define the type of people/party. These types are either ...
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Amazon rds MySql -> concurrent connections deadlocks

I normally hang around in StackOverflow but I think this issue is better suited here. I've built an application in C#.NET that uses MySql as a database. My application inserts and updates data in the ...
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SQL Server Permission [duplicate]

I installed SQL Server, I deleted my windows user account, now I'm trying to access SQL Server using administrator account but it could not connect. It throws error like this The database TEST is ...
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Database design: Normalizing a “(many-to-many)-to-many” relationship

Short version I have to add a fixed number of additional properties to each pair in an existing many-to-many join. Skipping to the diagrams below, which of Options 1-4 is the best way, in terms of ...
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Why is the OCR&Vote disk group servicing SCAN name

I have installed 11g R2 Grid Infrastructure followed by database software only installation. I have not created any database yet. When I open asmca->diskgroup, I can see the diskgroup which I have ...
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MySQL - How to grant read access to all tables, write access to a few, to one user for multiple databases?

Ubuntu Server 11.04 - a testing server with at least 10 copies of the production code. Each copy has its own database. And there are two sets of database prefixes in operation. There is an add-on ...
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How to make MYSQL smart enough to understand when it should take into account stop word and when it shouldn't?

Ok, here is the problem. I have a table Text text nature .... text2 nature .... a lot of nature ... rows here.. .... go with nature with nature her go it Now, i select: select * From MyFullText ...
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Any idea why this seemingly-simple query is really slow?

Here's the query SELECT count(*) FROM registration r LEFT JOIN registration r2 ON r.baggage_group_id = r2.baggage_group_id AND r2.team_id IS NULL WHERE r.event_id = "102577"; It seems pretty ...

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