Re: 100% memory
- From: joel garry <joel-garry@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 10:30:43 -0700 (PDT)
On Jul 21, 12:52 pm, DA Morgan <damor...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 18, 2:40 am, Mladen Gogala <mgog...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 06:26:00 -0700, martin_ian_lewis wrote:
An alarmed user has pointed out that the memory usage look very high.You have users monitoring memory consumption?
They run the backups too. Don't yours?
If I ever found a system that allowed an end-user to perform a
backup ... the DBA would be backing out the door with their
Over the years, I've seen plenty of systems where the users do the
backups. I've seen plenty where the users don't do the backups. What
do you think happens when there isn't a DBA? Which system would you
rather work on after it breaks?
From what I've seen, if users are given serious instruction on how to
back up so they consider it part of their job, they do. The usual
problem is they are not specifically told they have to. A secondary
problem is they may not know to check if the backups have been
"Users" is a very broad term. Most of us are "users" of many systems,
even if a full time DBA. Many places have databases in addition to
the "mission-critical" one, and some of those are also mission-
critical, if not always seen that way by the business, until, say, the
payroll breaks (not a hypothetical in my experience...).
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