Microsoft SQL Server
With new blog posts covering newest technologies, discovered bugs and anomalies, this Log Buffer Edition is presented for you. In this Log Buffer #261, you would savor posts from Oracle, SQLServer and MySQL arena. Enjoy
Microsoft has released one more free eBook, this time it is on SQL Server 2012. This is the second draft of this book. SQL Server MVP Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner has covered Administration and BI part, there are 10 chapters in total divided in two parts, they are:
Nothing pleases the technology bloggers more than the moment when somebody thank them for a helpful blog entry. That is one of the many awesome advantages of the technology blogs. In database arena, the developers, DBAs and evangelists are sharing their tips and tricks through their blogs and this Log Buffer Edition is projecting them…
The extension system is good for anything written in C. So, in theory, I could — probably shouldn’t — but I could write a thin wrapper for a Perl interpreter. At that point, I had no choice. The idea was so preposterous, I had to try it.
With the weather taking extremes turns, technology is providing the much-needed warmth through the blogs. This Log Buffer Edition is sizzling with few of the hand-picked blog posts in Log Buffer #259.
I recently worked on a case where Service Pack 2 for SQL 2008 clustered instance failed with this error (Summary.txt). The resolution (or workaround I would say) is simple, use a local disk to launch SP2 setup, here’s a step by step how to.
Database blogging is more than about announcing that your last night’s backup was successful. While that’s extremely important to keep track of, the database world across Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server technologies has grown way beyond. This Log Buffer Edition also extends beyond and more in this Log Buffer #258.
So HP Cloud is finally yielding for some beta rain since their announcement late September. It started late September when I signed up for private beta testing. Two weeks ago, I got invited to join the beta and start testing the platform, here’s whats offered.
Today we have an alert from one of the client server about blocking,Yes, I’ve found the culprit SPID that is occupying more resources, using DBCC INPUTBUFFER(SPID). so, instead of seeing what exactly this SPID is doing I have received SP_EXECUTESQL, surprised!!! No, it’s bound to happen when SPID is running dynamic TSQL (using SP_EXECUTESQL) and/or cursor. But, yes, at the same time I would like to know what it is running behind the scene. There are two options that came to my mind
With new year many new projects, new technologies, new frameworks and new ideas are springing up at the speed of light and bloggers in the database arena are keeping up with this pace and this Log Buffer Edition is also living up to that pace and covers some of those posts in Log Buffer #257.