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revised Minimum number of disks to implement RAID6
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Feb
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comment Minimum number of disks to implement RAID6
@Ajedi32: the comment was not directed at you! A simple look at RAID anywhere would have answered this. I;m flattered to be in a Google result though
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comment Using Encrypting File System on SQL Server data files
@StevenJenkins: The backup is always plain text (changed now in SQL Server 2014). Only the persistence on EFS is encrypted. Suble difference. Will you have EFS everywhere (and SSL for network transfers) on your SAN/NAS/tapes/etc?>
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Feb
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answered Mysql 5.1 view performance
Feb
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comment Query another cluster group from SQL server?
You might be better asking on StackOverflow: if the info is available programmatically, you can do it via .net or such direct from the app. Or CLR in SQL Server. Although it is a DBA.SE question, it'll involve some code monkeying...
Jan
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answered RDBMS: Is it possible to scale out a RDB?
Jan
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answered Set group_concat_max_len permanently (MySQL config)
Nov
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answered SQL Server Sizing
Nov
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comment Is One CAL enough if only one Windows Service is doing all SQL Queries for Multiple Users
easily confirmed in the link and quote in my answer...
Nov
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answered Windows authentication in SQL Server allows user to see ANY database
Nov
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comment Is One CAL enough if only one Windows Service is doing all SQL Queries for Multiple Users
@Graeme Donaldson : I did tl;dr after the accepted answer
Nov
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comment Is One CAL enough if only one Windows Service is doing all SQL Queries for Multiple Users
@Joel Coel: and the point of your comment is? The question is about licensing, not the validity of the license Ts and Cs
Nov
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comment Is One CAL enough if only one Windows Service is doing all SQL Queries for Multiple Users
I'd say not duplicate: licensing Adobe Acrobat (as per accepted answer) isn't the same a licensing an RDBMS The other question should be closed as too vague and imprecise: this one is very specific