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comment Remote IT infrastructure
I don't know how they feel, but I'd be OK with moving out what can be moved out and taking ownership of the DC and other things that must remain in their offices. I'm guessing this is a more common scenario in these situations?
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comment Remote IT infrastructure
In this instance, something like metro-Ethernet isn't even an option. Does that change how you guys feel about having a remote DC?
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comment Multiple columns in a single index versus multiple indexes
Thanks. I'm curious about this issue in the general sense, so the above info is good to know. Do you have any idea how much of this applies to Oracle indexing? Specifically the bit about a multi-column index acting the same as a single column index for the left most column in said index.
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comment Multiple columns in a single index versus multiple indexes
Thanks, that's good to know. I have to work with MySQL at times. I happen to be working with Oracle, which the SO question linked above is talking about. Reading that question makes me glad I don't work with Oracle much.
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comment Multiple columns in a single index versus multiple indexes
I just found a kinda related question on stack overflow, actually. Doesn't directly answer the question, though. stackoverflow.com/questions/2713438/…
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