Who owns your availability groups?
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PASS Summit 2016 was a week ago, and I’ve tried (unsuccessfully) to put my thoughts into words. I’ve read many excellent blog posts about the conference and I wholly agree with them all, but I wanted to articulate my feelings in a blog post of my own. PASS Summit 2016 was my third Summit on […]
We just concluded SQLHangouts #38 where Cathrine and I talked about career transitions from hardcore DBA stuff to slightly fluffier PowerBI / cloud stuff. I want to thank Cathrine for having me. It’s on youtube (and there it will stay, probably for all eternity) so head on over to take a look. I might have […]
My life is … hectic, to say the least. I just finished a talk at Atea IT-arena in Karlstad last week, as well as a 60-minute recap of Micrsoft Ignite in Atlanta that I held yesterday for 40 people at AddSkills in Linköping. The crowd was very attentive and lots of good questions were raised. […]
Story time again. This tuesday I was to create a set of import packages in SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) to automate data loading from a couple of my customers’ storage systems. Said data comes in the shape of several text files – some delimited, some fixed length, all of varying size and shape. Anyone […]
I’ve just stepped on the train from Gothenburg and SQL Saturday #536, where I had the honor of giving a talk about consolidation with SQL Server 2016. This SQL Saturday was organized by Mikael Wedham, a very friendly and exceedingly knowledgeable Swede. He had managed quite an amazing lineup with speakers this year: John Q. […]
I had a fairly short vacation this year in anticipation for a trip to Japan next year, but the time running up to said vacation was … hectic to say the least. Some time during this hectic workload I had the brilliant idea to send in a few abstracts for SQL Saturdays around the world. […]
A large part of my work as a consultant is giving presentations and teaching stuff. I’ve been doing presenting and teaching since 2000 and I feel fairly good at it. When I started out I was young and inexperienced, something I compensated for with a huge ego instead. Needless to say, I had … mixed […]
Here are the different configuration files and such I used for the setup described in parts 1 and 2. Please note that I’ve removed the several hundred schemas for clarity, and I have exchanged the customer-specific schema names for the nonexistent SCOTT and TIGER schema names. mgr parameter file on primary PORT 7809 AUTOSTART EXTRACT […]
Let’s take a look at something that is not quite as well documented for anything else than a tiny, safe lab environment – instantiation of the secondary database. There is a document from Oracle covering this (1276058.1) but it has not bee updated since 2013 and is not very detailed. Instantiating an Oracle secondary can […]