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Is sys.stats_columns incorrect?

Let's say I have a table Foo with columns ID1, ID2 and a composite primary key defined over ID2, ID1. (I'm currently working with a System Center product that has several tables defined this way with ...
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How to handle bad query plan caused by exact equality on range type?

I'm performing an update where I require an exact equality on a tstzrange variable. ~1M rows are modified, and the query takes ~13 minutes. The result of EXPLAIN ANALYZE can be seen here, and the ...
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Avoiding “Row by row” fetch method when dealing with source LOB columns

I have a legacy PostgreSQL database source (ODBC) that I'm attempting to migrate to new SQL Server schema using SSIS. I'm getting a warning saying: 'Row by Row' fetch method is enforced because ...
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There is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query

One of our production servers is reporting an error in the log Error: 701, Severity: 17, State: 123. There is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query. I ...
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AlwaysOn Availability Group error after Windows Update in environment without a failover cluster

Our SQL Server service was down this morning which brought down some of our websites. When I went to check the Windows Event Viewer I saw the following errors: Script level upgrade for database ...
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Modification to GEQO (Genetic Query Optimization) of PostgreSQL

I need to implement a functionality that is in line with the GEQO functionality of PostgreSQL. I understand that GEQO approach is to encode query plans as integer strings and GEQO generates these ...
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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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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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How to terminate a suspended SQL Server transaction waiting for IO_COMPLETION?

We have a transaction that has been running for more than 5 hours. We are running out of disk space. The session has been killed but it is still waiting for IO_COMPLETION. Actually the wait_type just ...
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How to set MSDN in order to open on a certain version of Microsoft SQL Server?

In a network, there are certain different installed versions of Microsoft SQL Server, starting with 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2. Is there a specific option of MSDN that can fix the opening of new pages on ...
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Trace Flag 1222 Not Working?

I have a customer site with two similarly configured 2008r2 SQL Servers "A" and "C". On both servers the trace flags 1204 and 1222 are enabled and DBCC tracestatus shows the following on both ...
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Best way to get time zone key name from SQL Server

Below is what I pieced together but I wanted to see what other ways are available. SET NOCOUNT ON; GO DECLARE @tz VARCHAR(50) EXEC [master].[dbo].[xp_regread] 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE' ...
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Identical query slower when searching for `T` rather than `F`

I have a legacy database that uses char(1) with 'T' and 'F' for boolean values. The only values in the field are T and F, of the following queries, the first is instantaneous, the second takes 30 ...
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Error in partition switching in Sql Server 2014 when migrating a database from Sql Server 2005

I am migrating an old database from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2014. This database has a partitioned table; a scheduled job periodically moves old data from the "online" table to the the historical ...
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Instant File Initialization on Shared drive

I asked something similar to this before, but previously I had asked about moving backups to a shared location. This time I am curious, if I want to restore a DB on a shared drive, do I need to enable ...
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stats_column_id and index_column_id do not update with physical order of clustered index is changed

Unless I'm misunderstanding the purpose of the column, the following code indicates that a change of the structure of the clustered index does not change the ordinal position (stats_column_id)of the ...
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Frequent, “random” SQL Server connection timeouts

For the last few days our clients have been suffering intermittent connection timeouts to our database server. Multiple Ajax calls on the same page which connect to the server multiple times are ...
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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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Did the Change Tracking internals change from SQL Server 2008 to 2012?

In trouble shooting an issue with synchronizing disconnected devices with a central database server, we are experiencing a problem after upgrading to SQL Server 2012 on the server. It appears that the ...
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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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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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MySQL Commited data not seen to select query

Context: The framework used is Spring and all queries are run with JdbcTemplate. Mysql Server version is 5.6.19. The table is an InnoDB table and defaults like auto commit and isolation level ...
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SQL Server: Unable to save import export package, but am on Standard Edition

I am confused. Issue: SSIS ("SQL Server Import Export Wizard") should let me build a data import package and save it to a file, for easy re-running (converting to a task, etc.). I want to save a ...
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The curious case of HADR_SYNC_COMMIT waits

We are noticing an interesting pattern for HADR_SYNC_COMMIT waits in our environment. We have a three replica; one primary, one sync secondary and one async secondary in a datacenter and we just added ...
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Two servers, different execution plans. Several orders of magnitude difference in run time

Two servers, Development and Live. Live server is an Amazon RDS SQL Server Web instance. Both servers have identical schema and data. There is a good spatial index on the geometry column. On my ...
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Move content between filestream containers

I have a server running SQL2012 with Multiple Filestream containers on a single table. I need to split one of the existing filestream containers into two parts by creating a new filestream container ...
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Which to trust?

We are troubleshooting a long-running issue with a vendor. Their software has a tendency to freeze up and stop working once or twice a week causing major disruptions to our operation. They have been ...
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Why is my Azure SQL Server so slow?

We currently have a VM that is very underpowered and are proposing to move to an Azure VM with better specs. The problem is, the Azure VM is much slower than the original VM even though it is of a ...
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Why is query thousands of times slower with DESC?

I have a PostgreSQL database (AWS RDS) and ran the following queries in psql: livenet=> EXPLAIN ANALYZE SELECT * FROM outputs ORDER BY height LIMIT 10; Limit (cost=0.57..36.82 rows=10 ...
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Failover timeout problem

I'm looking for an additional bit of help with regard to some problems I'm looking at for one of my company's clients. Basically I have two related problems with regard to a 2-node active/active ...
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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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SQL Server 2008 R2 Partitioning - same FileGroup, 1 File, 2 partition_numbers - HELP

It's my first go at partitioning in SQL Server, I learned from the Brent Ozar guide which is fantastic :) A few times I have ran into a weird scenario; when I run: SELECT * FROM ph.FileGroupDetail ...
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Remove a shard in MongoDB

I have a MongoDB cluster, I accidentally hosed a shard, I don't have a backup. It's pretty easy to recover the data, but after issuing the removeShard command, it says it's draining. However, the ...
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How does mydumper's ''--use-savepoints" option reduce metadata locking

MyDumper 0.6.1 add a new option --use-savepoints. From the manual, it means: Use savepoints to reduce metadata locking issues, needs SUPER privilege I don't understand. How does it "reduce ...
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Can an active session in oracle be dead?

I have a time consuming query which populates a materialized view. It has been running for 18 hours - which was not expected. SELECT STATUS FROM V$SESSION WHERE SID=194; The above query shows the ...
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Log shipping and SIMPLE recovery mode

We have the need of implement the log shipping in our production environment, and we'll do this on the next weeks. In the other hand, we do monthly a "cleanup" of the database: we set the database in ...
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How long does it take before an index on table makes a difference?

We are using SQL server 2008. We are doing a root-cause analysis on an event in production and trying to explain everything. This is the scenario: We had a query that runs twice a minute and takes 4 ...
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Migrating VLDB to AlwaysON AG

I have been using AlwaysON AG for a long time now and currently have about 10TB of data across 120 databases and 3 AG groups for any application that is on SQL 2012 with great success. Each AG group ...
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When does SQL Server acquire locks?

The list of isolation levels in SQL Server found here states that write locks acquired within a transaction are retained until the end of the transaction. However it doesn't mention anything about ...
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Intermittent SQL Server connectivity issues in production

I am running an ASP.NET based application, running on two load-balanced web servers, that communicate with a SQL Server 2008 R2 database running on a separate server on the same network in the ...
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Why could a SQL Server table grow far quicker than the data to it?

I've got an audit table in SQL Server 2008 R2 that has the following structure: CREATE TABLE [AuditInstance]( [oid] [int] NOT NULL, [AuditTransactionOID] [int] NULL, [pid] [int] NOT NULL, ...
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Can't use Fuzzy Lookup in BIDS

A coworker of mine was having an issue with BIDS. He's doing a simple fuzzy lookup and is only looking against two rows(For Testing Purposes). The weird thing is that when he tries to execute an ...
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Use LDAP for name look up with Oracle Instant Client

Partly as a result of having problems with conflicting versions or bitness with the full installation of Oracle client, my development team (of which I'm a member) has been moving towards using Oracle ...
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Transforming table to third normal form

I have a table like this: L(A, B, C, D, E) and functional dependencies are: AB -> CDE C -> D D -> B D -> E I need to transform this table into 3NF. I think it's not even in 2NF. I ...
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How to troubleshoot “client driver has sent multiple requests while the session is in single-user mode”

I'm working with a developer who is struggling to stop the following error: The server will drop the connection, because the client driver has sent multiple requests while the session is in ...
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RDS MYSQL instance rebooted and won't load INNODB table

So my production db in RDS apparently either crashed or was rebooted during a version update, and upon being restarted mysql couldn't load one of the innodb tables: as evidenced by the following error ...
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sql server spatial index performance

I have a table with around 2 million records in it. I created a spatial index, using the defaults other than the bounding box. I've been noticing that some queries are extremely fast, and some are ...
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Get postgres snapshot from Amazon RDS

I can not find a simple way to get a copy of the nightly backup I take of my Amazon RDS postgres instance so I can restore it on my local machine to play with. Right now I'm doing a pg_dump when I ...
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High CPU in SQL Server supporting SharePoint databases while running FAST search crawl

I have a a SQL Server 2012 (SP1) #cu5 (X64) instance used as SharePoint 2010 back end and for the most part use only 10 - 30% CPU but there is a high CPU usage when running FAST search crawl(both ...
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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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