Monthly Archives: January 2019

Pro SQL Server Linux–Connecting and Building an App

As part of my learning goals for 2018, I wanted to work through various books. This is part of my series on Pro SQL Server on Linux from Bob Ward. I set up my Red Hat server as a command … Continue reading

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The Devil is in the Monitoring Details

Monitoring a database server is something that many of us know is important, but we often take the process for granted. Whether we’ve purchased a tool, like SQL Monitor, or we’ve built our own system, we often set up a watcher … Continue reading

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Less Blogs

I’m going to blog a bit less here this year. As I evaluate my goals and life,  I feel a bit overloaded right now. I have lots of ideas, and lots of things to write about, but I need to … Continue reading

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Your Recovery Time

Disaster Recovery is both an exciting challenge for many DBAs and also a dreaded event that many hope they never experience. When a true disaster befalls your system, there is a tremendous amount of stress as we work to get … Continue reading

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