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Brent Ozar
I make Microsoft SQL Server go faster. I love teaching, travel, and laughing. I live in California with my wife Erika.
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Brent Ozar 2m
When I hand my brand new code over to someone for review:
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Brent Ozar 32m
Woohoo! That's great to see.
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Replying to @Jorriss
True story: it has a fan in it.
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Replying to @brian_jorden
I have that exact same problem with my password manager, hahaha. Huuuuuge long list of Microsoft accounts. I end up just resetting the damn thing every time.
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Brent Ozar 43m
Replying to @csharpzealot
Right. Thanks. Really. Mean it.
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Replying to @csharpzealot
Cool. Watch the video and you'll see how that works out for me.
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Brent Ozar 1h
Replying to @SQLPedro @Jorriss
Is there documentation or screenshots of that anywhere? I'd love to be able to point people to it, looking for it now.
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Brent Ozar 1h
Replying to @SQLPedro @Jorriss
WOOHOO! Hallelujah, that's awesome. Good to hear.
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Brent Ozar 1h
This router cost more than my first car. On the bright side, it also looks way cooler.
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Replying to @Kjonge @shanselman
Maybe!
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Replying to @jim_taylor
Ouch.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @anotarian
Yes, but then hey, once they get the subscription first set up, it's renewal money for life because nobody EVER wants to go through that procurement process again, hahaha.
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Replying to @robertpreseau
HAHAHA, that's awesome.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @shannonlowder
"Are you work or personal?" Oh, I am so over that.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @BrentO
This is so terrible because users don't stand a chance. Every day, people are downloading the wrong install just by chance. Not me though. I can't even get the damn Visual Studio purchase to work. So no blog post for me. I'll let someone else tackle these hot messes.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @AaronBertrand
We warn people about this in sp_Blitz (and in SQL ConstantCare), going hey, half (or more) of your CPU cores are offline, and this is why you're having a performance problem. wrote about this back in 2012, but it's still happening today:
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @Jorriss
See, in that screenshot, there are two versions of Enterprise: one that says Enterprise, and one that says Enterprise Core. One of those has a built-in hard-coded cap at just 20 cores (40 if hyperthreading is on.) If you pick the wrong one, you won't know until it's too late.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @Jorriss
So because I can't get one, I have to have download SQL Server 2019 for me to illustrate yet ANOTHER problem Microsoft has: the continued distribution of a purposely-limited version of Enterprise Edition that people keep installing by accident.
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Brent Ozar 2h
Replying to @BrentO
I just want a damn Visual Studio subscription. I've tried repeatedly over the years. You'll notice that I'm not using my normal email, brento@brentozar.com, because that one is somehow permanently borked too. I literally *own* my domain name. It's my name. How can it be this bad?
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