Re: Questions about SQL*Developer CLI for exporting data

From: Tim Gorman <>
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2020 09:58:27 -0800
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I don't recall that story, but I do remember a similar story on almost the same route after skiing with high school buddies in my three-on-the-tree 1973 Dodge van involving select holistic pharmaceuticals and 8-track tapes like "/Robin Trower: Bridge Of Sighs/", "/Little Feat: Waiting For Columbus/", and "/Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed/".  It could be the same story, after being filtered by a few tellings?

On 12/14/2020 8:18 AM, Mark W. Farnham wrote:
> Is this related to not underestimating the bandwidth of a box of 9
> track tapes on a Greyhound bus from Lebanon, NH to Burlington, NJ?
> (As I recall you also had a similar usage story circa 1989 or thereabouts)
> *From:*
> [] *On Behalf Of *Tim Gorman
> *Sent:* Sunday, December 13, 2020 1:31 PM
> *To:*;
> *Subject:* Re: Questions about SQL*Developer CLI for exporting data
> Not floppies, but several Azure Data Box Heavy
> <>
> will be used for this task, which should be a little faster than the
> two weeks it would take to push 1.25 PB over a 10 Gbps network link.
> However, since the customer has decided not to upgrade their 200 Mbps
> link to 10 Gbps, the Data Boxes should be much faster than the 652
> days it would otherwise to push that 1.25 PB.
> Or so we hope...
> On 12/12/2020 9:38 PM, Mladen Gogala wrote:
> You can still export data to floppy disks and send them Microsoft
> by snail mail. Neither sleet nor snow...
> The only problem is where to buy floppies. I haven't seen them in
> stores for a while now. I am preparing my own letter to Microsoft.
> I've been a good boy throughout the year and I deserve some presents.
> On 12/12/20 1:13 AM, Norman Dunbar wrote:
> Tim, et al,
> Due to security, there was no way we were allowed a network
> connection between current production and Azure.

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