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What? Have you never run a DELETE or an UPDATE without a WHERE clause by accident? Was it on Production data, on the busiest day of the year? Actually, y’know what, that doesn’t matter. Even it happened in the middle … Continue reading →
SQL Server backup jobs are IO-intensive, he says, stating the obvious. When you have a lot of servers which have been set up over the years, and you’re new to the environment, and want to see when storage is being … Continue reading →
Red Gate’s SQL Prompt, touted as a productivity enhancer, actually slowed me down debugging a query. This doesn’t happen very often, so I thought I would share the story, such as it is… Once Upon A Time… I had created … Continue reading →