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Re: DBA's that tune duhveloper's SQL

From: Rodd Holman <>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 11:37:33 -0800
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We help them with tracing and such, but it is their responsibility to tune their own code.


On Mon, 2003-04-14 at 12:29, IT - Database (Do Not Use) wrote:

> We have a consultant doing some work at our site and he claims that in
> most shops the DBA's have the responsibility of tuning duhvelopers
> code. I find that hard to believe. I was wondering if maybe I am out
> of most of you also tune all your duhvelopers code??? I
> can see working together with them if there are issue but have the
> responsibility of tuning all developer code....EGAD when would I have
> time to be a DBA. ; )
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