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Microsoft has released SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 3 Cumulative Update #14
Build # 10.00.5848
KB Article: KB #2893410
Relevant for builds 10.00.5500 -> 10.00.5847
NOT for SQL Server 2008 R2 (10.50.xxxx)
The SQL Server team has released SQL Server 2012 SP1 Cumulative Update #7.
KB Article: KB #2894115
Build # is 11.0.3393
Currently there are 47 fixes (plus three undisclosed issues resolved); the most interesting to me are:
KB #2879373 - FIX: Threads are not scheduled evenly in SQL Server 2012 Standard Edition
KB #2894305 - ...
Fauzi, why are you still attempting to download SQL Server 2008? You should be using SQL Server 2012 IMHO. It's now a free download with full functionality and no licensing restrictions as in previous versions.
Microsoft has released Cumulative Update #9 for SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2.
KB Article: KB #2887606
17 fixes listed at time of publication
Build number is 10.50.4295
Relevant for @@VERSION 10.50.4000 through 10.50.4294
My usual disclaimer: these updates are NOT for SQL Server 2008 (or SQL Server 2012). Only apply to ...
Hey, I blogged about this. :-)
Avadhut they worked for me, the regular one linked to here:
And the Express one linked to here:
The SQL Server team has released CU #10 for SQL Server 2012 RTM.
KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2891666
Build # is 11.0.2420
This build has 4 fixes
For most customers, this cumulative update hardly justifies the download, never mind patching and regression testing, at least IMHO. Of the four fixes, two involve ...
Douglas McDowell (EVP Finance) takes the stage (no kilt), and talks numbers. PASS has an impressive $1MM in reserves as a ''rainy day'' fund. Last fiscal year they spent $7.6MM on community; 30% of that was spent internationally.
Bill Graziano comes on (no kilt) to say goodbye and thanks to the outgoing board members, Douglas McDowell, Rob ...
Early morning start here in Charlotte. I'm going to try and keep this post updated as I have new information from the keynote to share, so refresh often!
Bill Graziano takes the stage and welcomes us to the 15th PASS Summit. He mentions that PASS delivered over 700,000 hours of technical training in the previous fiscal year, and shows ...
@Dizzy and @Kirby I've written about that as well (and included a search link in the post):