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12:17 AM
@Vérace 'Strewth cobber!
Good morning to the rest of you.
 
 
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2:54 AM
Good golly to everyone
 
 
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4:46 AM
Just seen a count(*) over 38 trillion rows complete in just over a second. Nice.
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(500 node Kusto cluster.)
 
5:21 AM
A chairde - Morning all!
@MichaelGreen G'day maht! Just firing up a cuppa for brekkie and then I"ll thow on me strides and go walkabout() along by the billabong (well, canal - () still have, ahem..., flashbacks to that film - saw Jenny Agutter a few years after in King Lear at the RSC in Stratford upon Avon...
And that's how you do name-dropping! :-)
 
5:47 AM
@ypercubeᵀᴹ Thanks all the same, but I'm much more grateful to have learned something than I would have been to have picked up a few <strike>unicorn</strike> American points - I mean, I knew about the DISTINCT ON syntax before, but this has really put "flesh on the bones" for me! Much appreciated!
 
@Vérace Gosh, it's just like I was in Australia. Oh, hang on... :-)
 
6:05 AM
@MichaelGreen - Fair dinkum maht!
 
 
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10:41 AM
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A: SQL Server 2019: Memory performance with graph queries (possible memory leak)

Arvind ShyamsundarI am a Program Manager with the SQL team at Microsoft, overseeing the SQL Graph functionality. Thank you for the details, and sincere apologies for the issue. This issue has been escalated to our engineering team and is being investigated on a priority basis. We will keep you posted on the outcom...

 
 
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4:40 PM
@PaulWhite Awesome to see that level of response from Microsoft
 
5:24 PM
@HannahVernon yeah, that's good.
On the other aspect of that q, we can bet when we'll get a question with a query using Graph, Json and XML ... ;)
 
 
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10:44 PM
@ypercubeᵀᴹ hah!
 

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