In the last two days I have had over 2000 page views on the two posts I have put up. I know I am not that good of blogger yet and the posts are not riveting, so I can only assume that it is the work of Joe Sack and Grant Fritchey who have blasted my blog out to the twitter–verse. All I can say is thank you and I will try not to disappoint! Taking on the job as the SQL Server Cat Lab Manager I can say that there is never a dull moment around here, and I will do my best to pass along as much info as I am able to. My primary blogging focus will always be the things that drive me nuts and the solutions, as I am always a DBA at heart. Hopefully every now and then I can make your life a little easier! Now to the good stuff! I was torn on what to post today as I have been working on a SQL 2012 cluster that has been giving me and my Windows guy a fit. 100+ Luns on a DL980, and I probably have had 10 rebuilds and an accidental shared cluster drive format, naturally the SQL system databases were there. Yeah, that never happens in production… Oh wait, yes it does, in my days as a SQL Engineer I worked a few of those cases, gee Mr.
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Thank you, and Who is on my schedulers?