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SQL server

#4
It's a DBa thing. You need to switch off your PC and unscrew the back. Inside look for the motherboard, and you'll see the CPU, usually with a big heatsink and fan attached. It's easy to remove all these, then pull out the CPU. You'll find a mini LCD screen underneath, which displays your SQL server gigabyte or terrabyte total. There is a pin hole next to the LCD screen. Insert a paperclip, and the LCD screen then displays the last megabyte of data you accessed. Very cool. If you try this, remember to switch off your PC, as static build up can cause damamge to hardware.
 
#7
Gunny Highway said:
It's a DBa thing. You need to switch off your PC and unscrew the back. Inside look for the motherboard, and you'll see the CPU, usually with a big heatsink and fan attached. It's easy to remove all these, then pull out the CPU. You'll find a mini LCD screen underneath, which displays your SQL server gigabyte or terrabyte total. There is a pin hole next to the LCD screen. Insert a paperclip, and the LCD screen then displays the last megabyte of data you accessed. Very cool. If you try this, remember to switch off your PC, as static build up can cause damamge to hardware.
Not that bored :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :lol:
 
#8
If you're looking to learn about SQL, be it MY SQL or ORACLE, then you can find books on ebay or amazon.co.uk. Be warned though, ORACLE is not for the faint hearted. Having attended a 5 week intense ORACLE cse for the CORMORANT Project it skull fcuked me. My psychiatrist says I'll eventually recover!!

PS Gunny - you're takin' the piss!!
 

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