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Nonsense: query runs slower than you expected

Chacham (981) writes | more than 7 years ago

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This one is just silly: FIX: The query runs slower than you expected when you try to parse a query in SQL Server 2000

Well, our first DBA expected it to take twenty-five seconds, so we got rid of him and hired someone who honestly expected it to run in six seconds, applied the patch, and it ran faster than an infinite loop in Linux.

This one is just silly: FIX: The query runs slower than you expected when you try to parse a query in SQL Server 2000

Well, our first DBA expected it to take twenty-five seconds, so we got rid of him and hired someone who honestly expected it to run in six seconds, applied the patch, and it ran faster than an infinite loop in Linux.

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