Re: When should one rebuild an index?

From: Bob Jones <email_at_me.not>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 19:24:36 -0600
Message-ID: <evT8l.4555$>

> As informative as this thread? I see.
> >Can't say as I've seen anything really useful from you. Care to point
> >towards something you've done that would improve my opinion?
> Care to read the thread before inserting comments?

> I've followed it from the beginning, the technical issues were so
> predictable I didn't bother to comment.

> The OP said:

> Thus determining the indexes which are good candidates for rebuilding.

> You said:

> It doesn't look like OP has reached any conclusion yet.

> It looks to me Dan Morgan hit the nail early on

Congratulations, you have kissed the ass right on the spot.

> >Nothing
> >wrong with lurking, nothing wrong with opinions, but it does help
> >everyone if people contribute positively when they can, and no one
> >wants to see plain negativity.
> The negativity started when someone cut in the middle of this thread with
> some rude nonsense.
> If all you saw was negativity, then unbiased negativity is still better
> than
> biased positivity (ass-kissing). Wouldn't you agree?

> Doesn't look unbiased to me, otherwise I might agree. Calling MG an
> arse-kisser and newbie... I think some of us got a big laugh out of
> that. At your expense.

Really? Selective quoting is not only bias, it shows no class and no character. Yes, ass-kissers are despicable and laughable. Received on Tue Jan 06 2009 - 19:24:36 CST

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