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About

 

 

The DBX Team

Garrett

Garrett

Managing Director and Database Administrator

Garrett has over 20 years experience as a database administrator and specialises in Microsoft SQL Server, SAP ASE and SAP Replication server.   Garrett has spent most of his IT career in the financial industry for large insurance companies and investment banks like AIG, HSBC & Aegon.  As the Director of DBXperts he is the direct reporting link with all our customers.

 

Bob

Bob

Database Administrator

Bob trained on ASE and Repserver early on his career in the 90's and has never looked back.  As well as enjoying working with both products, Bob is a great advocate of shell scripting and enjoys using those skills to achieve the many associated goals relating to database and replication support.  Having worked in the banking and related financial sectors, change management is second nature as is his care and attention to detail and ability to spot potential problems before they happen. Outside of work, Bob enjoys reading and travelling and spending time with his family.

Alan

Alan

Database Administrator

 

Microsoft SQL Server database Administrator with over 15 years of experience working with household names like Thomas Cook & Premier Foods.  Alan has extensive knowledge of SQL Servers more advanced features and functions.

Paul

Paul

Database Administrator

Paul is a certified Sybase & SQL Server DBA with extensive experience managing production databases in the Financial Sector.  He is an approachable team player specialising in all versions of ASE, Replication Server, Sybase IQ and Microsoft SQL Server with a proven ability to implement change, resolve problems and improve performance in the database environment

 


DBX Blog Posts
20
Apr
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Audience: Managers/Non-database technical staff/RDBMS (database server) Beginners. Sometimes an application can misbehave.  It is normal for processes inside an RDBMS system to occasionally get blocked by another process which is currently updating data, and this normally goes unnoticed as it is usually short-lived and clears once the update activity finishes and the locks are released.  However, sometimes […] Read more

29
Dec
0

Detailed notes on reviewing existing  DBCCDB for use with ‘check storage’ DBCCDB review First, find out what ASE recommends you set the minimum values to using > sp_plan_dbccdb <dbname> Then, we work through these values and we pay attention to the settings below. check size of dbccdb check size of dbccdb_cache check scan ws value […] Read more

20
May
0

If you want to backup your SQL Server databases you normally use the Maintenance Plan Wizard to generate an automated job to do just that. But what if you want to backup across multiple files to improve the backup performance ( on multi CPU servers) AND still included an automatically generated date/time stamp within the […] Read more

24
Jun
0

Sometimes we want to recreate an existing error class, for example, taking one from production into a new UAT environment. It is not really possible to do this but we can work out the modified error codes in the user defined error class and then manually recreate the class.  Run the SQL, in the RSSD, […] Read more

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