Re: RAC and scalability

From: hpuxrac <>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 07:02:05 -0700 (PDT)
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On Apr 8, 6:21 pm, DA Morgan <> wrote:


> >> Amazing how much easier it might be for the OP to find the paper you
> >> refer to it you didn't spend so much time trying to act like you are
> >> part of the "in" crowd.
> > Whatever.  Doing some research and finding things tends to be good for
> > people.
> I agree. But intentionally misleading them by misspelling what they are
> looking for accomplishes what purpose?
> If someone was asking for information about the RETURNING clause would
> you tell them to look up the TURING clause?

You don't have a clue apparently. Not one. This really doesn't surprise me.

Two things you could try if you actually had a clue.

  1. Try doing a google search and use the words "moans nogood you probably don't need" and see what the top hits are. Leave out the double quotes as you don't have a clue apparently.
  2. I wonder who posts things with the name "moans nogood".

Now maybe if you actually read what was posted in cdos and thought about it a little before replying? Received on Wed Apr 09 2008 - 09:02:05 CDT

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