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I’m working on writing a Shadowrun (sr5) mission that partly takes place in the Ork/Seattle Underground, and something I’ve been wondering is if there are any streets down there. My current understanding is that it mostly consists of narrow tunnels, but meanwhile I’ve not been able to find any source stating that there aren’t any streets there. This thus leads me to wonder, are there — canonically — any streets where cars would fit (and realistically be able for someone to drive on) in the Ork/Seattle Underground in Seattle in Shadowrun sr5?
I need to receive an email when free drive space on E: or H: becomes less than 20%
I know that can be achieved by setting up a job that executes PowerShell or T-SQL scripts on a schedule, that checks for free drive space and sends an alert email when drive space is low
But the question is – can same task be achieved using just an Alert ?
There is alert type "SQL Server performance condition alert"
Is there an Object / Counter that can help to check for drive space and fire this alert if its value "Falls Below" specified threshold ?
A hypothetical 1GB USB stick is full of sensitive documents/images/etc. and it is not encrypted.
The owner wishes to discard it and is aware of having to safely erase it first.
There are several tools and utilities to do this. Some can be configured to do it “faster yet less safely”, others do it “slower but more safely”.
As opposed to have it erased using all the different ways known to do this, the owner chooses to simply drag all the current items to the recycle bin and then paste one 1GB (~2-hour) black screen movie file to the USB stick.
Again, no fancy erase utilities are used. The USB stick is then discarded.
If it falls into the wrong hands, can any of the sensitive files (that filled the stick before the movie file was pasted) be retrieved?
(1) If no, why do complex hard drive erase utilities exist? Some of them feature “safe” erase procedures that take houuurs, when simply filling a soon to be discarded HD with meaningless files, can do the job?
(2) If yes, how can 2GB (movie file + sensitive files) co-exist in a 1GB stick? Seems to me like the only logical explanation is (a) the movie file was in fact less than 1GB, (b) the USB stick was secretly larger than 1GB as stated, or (c) the movie file was copy-pasted only partially and the owner did not notice.
So I have an Samsung 240gb 840 EVO that I upgraded to an 500gb 860 EVO, I want to keep the old one as a backup (So i can swap it back in if the new one fails (it is the Operating system drive)). I am a bit late to this as I actually replaced it about a year and half ago (so the old SSD has now been sat on the shelf for about 1 and a bit years) and have just bought an external usb enclosure for it. Currently doing an error check on it (the 840 evo). (Ok it said it would take 3 hours , it lied it took about 10-15mins) and came back saying no errors. Which is nice but surprised me !
I have heard that leaving it on the shelf too long will corrupt the data, so I figure I can stop this by plugging it in every so often.
So the question is if I plug it in say every month or 2 to keep it refreshed, how long do I need to leave it on for ? Is it like 2 seconds or a couple of hours ? Is there something built into the SSD controller itself to keep the data topped up, or is it done by the operating system (win 10)? And if it is windows itself topping it up is being externally mounted on the USB ok, or does it need to be plugged directly into the SATA ?
Also what is the top up mechanism, is it there is some kind of capacitor or battery in the SSD that needs topping or does it go around and re write all the data or is it that it doesn’t top it up and leaving it unpowered is a cumulative thing that eventually destroys the data even if you keep plugging it in every so often?
DBA newbie here. Did some searching online but cannot find a definite answer on this. Is it acceptable to share the drive where .MDF files reside with other non-SQL Server files such as applications that go under a Program Files folder? I assume it is not but maybe this depends on the type of storage that is used? We use SAN storage.
My laptop was stolen a few weeks ago, I got it back and my drive was encrypted. How can I be sure it wasn’t decrypted and the data accessed during this time? I thought about checking the timestamps of last opened/modified, but as I understand they could have been manually reverted back after opening.
Thanks for any help.
Specifically, I was trying to install windows 10 on a fresh new ssd, i was trying to use a usb to do it but it turns out I did not create the usb drive correctly, so I’m stuck on the “reboot and select proper boot devices” screen on my bios.
If the usb was infected, can it infect my ssd or my bios at this point?
Like, my teacher has various class materials shared for each of his different classes. I have the link to one.
spiritual weapons, occupies space , so can it block an incoming attack? can you touch it , can you use it to jump higher, add some movement by driving it?