Greg Hendershott

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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Popular Question
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answered Cloudwatch alarms from Amazon AWS EC2 instance are always in UT, how can I change the alarm time zone to Eastern?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Is anyone using an SNMP and/or WMI poller to push custom metrics to Amazon CloudWatch, and if so how?
Thank you for the answer, however these seem to be ways of pulling CW data into a third-party monitoring system. I was asking about doing it the opposite way.
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted Details on exact expiration datetime of an SSL certificate?
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comment Details on exact expiration datetime of an SSL certificate?
P.S. I guess a sub-question would be, in addition to the timezone, what actual time on the date does it expire? The obvious choices being 00:00 and 23:59, I suppose.
Dec
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asked Details on exact expiration datetime of an SSL certificate?
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accepted How can I get Visual Studio to deploy to SSRS named with CNAME instead of A record?
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comment Is anyone using an SNMP and/or WMI poller to push custom metrics to Amazon CloudWatch, and if so how?
I tried to tag this amazon-cloudwatch, but that tag doesn't exist and I don't have enough rep yet to create new tags.
Aug
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asked Is anyone using an SNMP and/or WMI poller to push custom metrics to Amazon CloudWatch, and if so how?
Aug
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comment How can I get Visual Studio to deploy to SSRS named with CNAME instead of A record?
Yes, it was working differently when report.foo.com was set up as an A record. The login prompts started appearing when we switched to a CNAME record. Some client (like VS and IE) prompt now, but only some clients and in some situations. I don't understand why, or how to change that.
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asked How can I get Visual Studio to deploy to SSRS named with CNAME instead of A record?
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comment With MS SQL Server mirroring, are indexes part of what is mirrored?
My (maybe naive) understanding of transaction log files is that the transactions are operations like INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE. I think of mirroring as a kind of "realtime streaming backup and recovery". So that's why I guessed that INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE trx would be mirrored, but not indexes -- because indexes are secondary, derivative structures (deleting an index loses no data). The index change wouldn't be transferred, instead the index on the mirror would be updated by the mirror as a result of the trx being pushed over. But I guess I'm wrong?
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accepted With MS SQL Server mirroring, are indexes part of what is mirrored?
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asked With MS SQL Server mirroring, are indexes part of what is mirrored?