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Is there a complete list of Online operations for each SQL Server version?

As we are about to change some of the large tables in our 5TB database I found myself needing a list of the operations that can be performed online and the which require full locks to be held while ...
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MySQL 5.1.66 SSL connection error ERROR 2026 (HY000)

UPDATE2 Using WireShark I found out the problem string (I hope I did): 28 | 9.582638 | 192.168.18.128 | 192.168.18.129 | MySQL Response Error 1043 And the error is (according to docs): Error: ...
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How can I interpret the results of these DMVs to help me evaluate our partitioning strategy?

Version: SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edtn. (10.50.4000) In attempt to evaluate our partitioning strategy, I wrote this query to get the access methods against indexes on partitions (in the broadest ...
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9i streams capture doesn't evaluate rules

I have a streams replication set up between two oracle 9.2.0.8 instances as sources and an 11g instance as a destination, processing a small subset of data from each database (let it be one table ...
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SQL-08S01 error in FreeTDS/Azure when executing stored proc for a few minutes from Linux (but not from Windows)

I get this error on Linux (Ubuntu and CentOS) when executing a stored proc from Perl/DBI/ODBC/FreeTDS to SQL Azure: [unixODBC][FreeTDS][SQL Server]Read from the server failed (SQL-08S01) I don't ...
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Why would you use a managed service account rather than a virtual account in SQL Server 2012?

In SQL Server 2012, service accounts are created as virtual accounts (VAs), as described here, as opposed to managed service accounts (MSAs). The important differences I can see for these, based on ...
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OLE DB Sybase Connection Failing

I have a connection to a Sybase database which we stage in a SQL Server 2008R2 database. I can connect the the database and the connection tests out fine. I am using an OLE DB source with a Sybase ...
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Cube processing either takes too long or fails

I have a SSAS Cube with 35 dimensions and 10 measures. Some of the dimensions are quite large in size. In almost all dimensions data either get updated and inserted. Measures have high volume of ...
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Excessive compile blocking on sp_procedure_params_90_rowset

A resurgence of this question Blocked-process-report: what is this waitresource "OBJECT: 32767:124607697:0 [COMPILE] on MSDN: I have caught these statements in Profiler. They all have durations over ...
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SQL Server Sproc calls from IBM Cast Iron orchestration with XML payload fail

I'm hoping that someone on this forum may have experience with an IBM appliance, Cast Iron (Websphere), and how it interacts with SQL Server. I know very little about the Cast Iron appliance, and its ...
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User locking tables without privileges

This is a restatement of a question asked on the GIS Stack Exchange here. Although it has GIS-specific elements it may be be a more general PostgreSQL effect. I have a PostgreSQL 8.4.4 database ...
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SQL Server CPU spikes - possibly non-query related - suggested indicators

I'm looking for suggestions for indicators I could monitor to discover what is causing these cpu "blunted spikes". Some known information: sqlserver.exe is confirmed as the process consuming the ...
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PostgreSQL Transaction Committing for hours

I'm running into an issue whereby I have two connections from a user to my PostgreSQL server which have been running for about 4 hours and have been in a commit state for quite some time (at least 1 ...
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Is Oracle's dbms_utility.get_hash_value algorithm documented do reverse engineered anywhere?

I'm working with an existing database where passwords are hashed like this: DBMS_UTILITY.GET_HASH_VALUE(the_username || the_password, 1000000000, 1073741824) I know that this is bad for various ...
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Migrate heroku database to Amazon RDS with minimum downtime

I have a heroku postgres database and want to migrate it to Amazon RDS to save cost. What's a way to do so with minimum downtime? Usually this involves replicating database in real time and then ...
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DTUTIL performance slower in SQL Server 2012?

We've noticed that since deploying Windows 2012/SQL Server 2012, the performance of DTUTIL has decreased. DTUTIL.exe consumes 50% on each of 2 cores on an 8 GB VM. The same syntax against Win 2008 ...
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Extremely Slow StatMan query issue with #SP2010 farm

The issue I’m experiencing is explained in a blog-post I created for this, (easy to refer to and to manage the responses / solutions in 1 location) which can be found here: ...
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How to decode a query on a composite unary-encoded attribute?

A good early paper on the topic of bitmap indexes is "Bit Transposed Files" by Wong et al, published in 1985. In all the query-decoding examples, it is left to the reader to understand how each ...
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Postgres TupleTable like data structure

I'm writing my own Group by operator (non-hashed implementation) and I'm currently looking on a good data structure to store the result groups. There are two requirement in my mind: the table need to ...
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Receiving error Error: 18059, Severity: 20, State: 1 in the SQL Logs

I'm using SQL Server 2008 Sp3 Lately I'm having errors in the SQL Logs: Error: 18059, Severity: 20, State: 1. The connection has been dropped because the principal that opened it ...
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Restoring differential backup creates DEFUNCT log file?

Here is my problem. I'm trying to move a database to a new server via a full restore, then cutover with a quick differential backup/restore. I can do a full restore without a problem, but when ...
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Is PostgreSQL or ElasticSearch/Solr the right tool for this kind of query?

Here is an example of the current PostgreSQL query: SELECT a.*, a.al_location <-> '(someLon, someLat)' AS d FROM al_app.al_activity AS a WHERE to_tsvector('simple', a.al_keywords) @@ ...
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Object Auditing with Availability Groups

We are about to implement Availability Groups and it brought up a question. We currently use auditing to see which objects are no longer used in production. We also take a backup each night to use ...
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Logical optimization of joins and selections

I am studying query optimization. I have read that it might be preferred to apply relational selections before a logical join operation. Is there a scenario where joining first and then applying ...
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Why would function based indices I’ve created lower the cost but now show up in the explain plan breakdown?

Sorry for the terrible column/table names but since this is for a work project I wanted to insure it was ok to ask. I was just hoping to at least learn why I'm not seeing my functional indices being ...
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What PL/pgSQL debugger can I use?

I'm building a lot of PL/pgSQL functions and a debugger would really come in handy because RAISE NOTICE is not enough. I read about a pgAdmin plugin you can install but it was only on Windows and I'm ...
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How to properly monitor the number of PostgreSQL database connections?

I tried to use a Nagios script for monitoring the number of database connections on a Postgres database and I reached this problem: these are counted as currently open-connections and measured every 5 ...
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How do I determine if a SSIS transform is non-blocking, partially blocking, or fully blocking?

There are several blogs which claim to categorize SSIS Transforms into blocking (asynchronous), non-blocking(synchronous) and partially blocking(asynchronous). When looking into the specific ...
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Database under heavier load — all SQL queries start timing out after a period of hours/days

I make a web application which has experienced heavy growth in the past week and it appears my database is seizing up because of it. You can see that everything seemed to be OK until about 3AM this ...
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Numeric data type with variable significant digits

I need to implement a data type which should preserve the last zeros in the decimal points in SQL Server 2008 R2. Example of the data are 1.002 1.210 0.00100 0.1401 My clients get lab measurements ...
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SQL Server 2012 Error when creating Selective XML Index on XML Query Plan

I'm trying to create a database solution that will enable me to optimise high CPU/IO/Duration queries to improve overall performance of the database. Part of the optimisation requires persisting ...
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Why are queries causing spill to tempdb?

Background I am in the process of migrating a 160gb database from MSSQL 2008 (standard) on a Win 2008 server with 48gb RAM to a new server running MSSQL 2012 (64-bit web edition) on Win 2012 with ...
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Why is there ASYNC_NETWORK_IO wait type on Shared Memory connections?

I have an app (windows service) local to the SQL Server box. It calls a sproc on the SQL Server box that returns a ton of data and thus causes ASYNC_NETWORK_IO wait. The database connection from is ...
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Storing and querying rolling data in PostgreSQL

I have a large quantity of weather model data being put into a PostgreSQL database. The machine has 8 cores and 16 GB of RAM. I'm running PostgreSQL 9.3 with PostGIS 2.1. Each table will have a ...
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Optimising a query against sys.fn_dblog

Looking for assistance improving a query. This query is used to review the last N transactions in the LDF file and then add some useful information like the user, start time, query text, etc.. Here ...
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Should I group by and then join, or join and then group by?

(oracle's optimizer does the same thing for both approaches when just two tables are involved, thus my question involves three tables) Assume three tables t1, t2 and t3 with a pairwise 1:n ...
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ENABLE_BROKER vs NORECOVERY

I have two nodes with MSSQL2012 which work with AlwaysOn High Availability After some crash I had to remove db from availability group on the one of the nodes. For restoration I've made backup ...
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SQL Server 2012 Resource Governor and memory used by CLR

In SQL 2012 memory used by CLR is now part of what is controlled by "MAX Server Memory" a) Does Resource Governor in SQL 2012 Enterprise (MAX_MEMORY_PERCENT for resource pool) governs CLR memory? ...
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Stubborn autovacuum process slow things dows

We are facing a strange problem since yesterday. In a database of ours there is a partitioned table containing historical data. That is, every week's data goes to a different partition and stays ...
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SQL Server: deadlocked on lock communication buffer resources

what could be possible reason for this deadlock type? (not deadlock in general) lock communication buffer resources is this indicated system is low in memory and buffers count ran out of limit? ...
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Mathematical method for spotting irregularity in numbers flow

I am trying to build an engine which is going to predict orders for items inside shop. Three main variables are: Time-dates (x-axe etc 1.1.2013,1.2.2013 etc I do calculation one per day) Available ...
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SUSPECT in mdf files

when i run ALTER DATABASE EMS102013 SET SINGLE_USER; DBCC CHECKDB (EMS102013) WITH NO_INFOMSGS, ALL_ERRORMSGS show message Msg 8921, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 Check terminated. A failure was ...
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How can I search values, considering occurences, on more than one term in SQL Server CE?

I have a rather complex SQL query, that I actually received help from this SE site to come up with parts of. This query is designed to take a search term and search all relevant values in a database ...
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How to properly troubleshoot Merge Replication False Conflicts

We have SQL Server 2008 R2 Merge Replication setup. Lately I started getting conflicts for some tables, and when I check the conflict viewer, I can see that the winner & the loser column values ...
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Severity 016 Backup virtual device fail

My backup on one of my servers is failing once a week. This is the alert I'm getting: DESCRIPTION: BackupVirtualDeviceFile::PrepareToFreeze: failure on backup device ...
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What are reasonable options for an in-memory multi-core database?

I'm going to preface this with pointing out that I only need somewhat persistent data. The purpose of this database platform would be to support statistical analysis in R. I usually build my tables ...
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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 ...
3
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How to configure SSRS (SQL Server 2012) to run on a different instance, but same server as SharePoint

I have an instance of SQL Server 2012 running on Windows 2008R2 along side another instance of SQL Server 2012 that is running SharePoint (I think it is SharePoint 2010). When I try to access the ...
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What happen when Postgresql tablespace is null?

I'm facing a DWH on postgresql with no DBA (I'm not one) so I turn to you with hope to figure this issue/s. Long story short, when I check the disk usage per tablespace, I get different distribution ...
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SELECT COL_NAME(969262708, ORDINAL_POSITION) returns a NULL value in one of the rows

So I've got a Stored Procedure that's copying data from one table to another. It calls this other SP to get the column names. I didn't write this darn thing, but here's that part: ALTER PROCEDURE ...

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