On plagiarism - the concept of borrowing

Right off the bat – I don’t like plagiarism. I don’t like the idea of it, I don’t like the motives that bring it to light and I don’t like the people who pursue it.

And I don’t like people who waste their time chasing other people in order to blame them that they have plagiarized

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How to risk losing data and how to have most down time

Sorry about the blunt title, but I had no choice.

In a previous post I mentioned how important the design of the database files is. It is important for two reasons: performance and recovery.

Here comes the analogy:

Imagine, you are writing a book. You have written already 500 pages and you are keeping indigo copies somewhere.

You

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The fundamentals of database structure

Think of a database as a bucket. Actually, scratch that.
Think of the database as a chemistry distillation glassware. Something like this:

Database File Structure

Each database is structured in a way that it has at least one filegroup (containing at least one data file), and at least one log file.
Think of the filegroups as

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