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6:36 AM
A chaird - Morning all!
@ypercubeᵀᴹ - hmmm... yes, well it looks as if progress is being made. I think that the idea of integrating all of this with PostgreSQL range types is really good - I hope that it features in the final implementation!
 
 
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7:58 AM
Morning
 
8:47 AM
Storm Barra hitting us now!
 
 
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2:59 PM
The storm has been named "Harry" here in Switzerland.
Strange
Anyways....
Question for MySQL Gurus: How do I grant access on a MySQL database on a Linux system to an Active Directory User Account located on a Windows server. Is it as simple as adding 'account@domain.tld'@'192.168.0.0/26'?
Of course assuming that AD has been integrated via LDAP (?)on the Linux/MySQL Server.
 
 
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4:15 PM
@JohnK.N. - there's some sort of agreement between Meteorological Services that North Atlantic storms follow an alphabetical scheme from Sept. to Sept. (Meteorological year apparently) - the first was Arwen (named by the British - Welsh name), and we got dibs on the second. Every year, services propose names and they thrash out an agreement.
We're in with the Dutch also - see here Médhbh (Mėdhbh), Seán and Pól are the Irish ones for this year!
 
4:33 PM
Harry was a name given by "The Free University of Berlin" who have no business naming Atlantic storms - do we try and take over Central European phenomena? :-)
 
 
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8:06 PM
wtf is a "sql developer" and why would they reject the title dba?
SQL Server and Oracle users are weird.
 
 
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9:43 PM
'Morning all.
 

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