Yes, We Have No Log Buffer Today

Posted in: Technical Track

I’m sorry to have to tell you, dear Log Buffer readers, but you’ll have to go without your fix of database blogs today. Your humble Log Buffer coordinator was too busy to take it all in this week (and “all” is an awful lot these days, have you noticed?).

Of course I invite you to add your favourite blogs from this week in the comments, and as always, to publish an edition of LB on your own blog.

See you in a week’s time!



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Dave Edwards is the Communications Specialist for the Pythian Group.

2 Comments. Leave new

Craig S. Mullins
April 3, 2009 1:21 pm

For those of you mainframe folks out there, I blogged about the issues and decision points in converting from IMS/DB to DB2 on my DB2 Portal blog at Cost vs. Advantage of Moving From IMS DB to DB2.

David Edwards
April 3, 2009 1:53 pm

Thanks, Craig!

I’ve been enjoying the blogs that have lately appeared having to do with the MySQL command line. Here’s Giuseppe’s Another command line tip. And Sheeri said, “It’s always the little things in life.”


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