At 07:48 PM 10/30/2005 +0000, John Sidney-Woollett wrote:
>"Panic" - that's my middle name. ;)
>Had I known how to identify the database at fault, and that it would have
>had no effect on the other databases, then I would have handled this
Wonder if it would be a good idea for the error messages to identify which
databases might have lost data.
However if you have a fair number of databases involved you might get a
fair number of log messages. Still, I think I wouldn't mind 100 lines in
the logs if I had 100 databases at risk...
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