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It's hard to say based on the information you've provided, but it sounds like you've used the sp_attach_single_file_db procedure to attach an mdf, and you may be missing one or more ndfs. People talk about mdf and ldf files a lot in SQL Server, and don't often mention ndfs. This is because they're a lot less common. I have about 8000 databases and only ...


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It sounds like your files are trying to consume the same MySQL connection. Each file needs to open its own DB connection and then they can both operate independently. a.php > use connection_a b.php > use connection_b etc


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I've managed to solve this issue but it is quite a long winded method. On "Event Viewer" I right clicked on the "Application" windows logs and saved the entire logs to a .txt file. I copied this .txt file from the remote server onto my local machine. I installed Log Parser 2.2 onto my machine (can be downloaded here I accessed Log Parser by opening ...


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Try playing with wevtutil (that's a Windows command-line utility to manage events) to see if you can come up with an appropriate query. See https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd310329.aspx and the help screens of the Query command: wevtutil qe /? If you prefer a dialog-based solution, try XPath queries on Event Viewer as explained here: ...


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First, I'll try to clear some confusions here about postfix lookup table based on official documentation. In short, postfix table must be consisted of key-value pair. Both of key-value has string datatype. how many fields the hash: db really has. is the domain the only key and the rest a string? YES. Just ONE key and ONE value. The value has several ...



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