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  1. I had a couple of pet rats, they are really good to keep and very friendly. This might not be to everyone's taste but if I was having something to eat they would come and investigate and even sit on my shoulder waiting for a nibble. Would happily sit on you whilst you were watching telly etc. Drawback is they don't live long, suffering from respiratory diseases and when you let them out of the cage, they do what rodents do - chew everything. Letting them out in a rented property will seriously put your bond at risk. 😢
  2. Hi Milan. Is Shirley your grandmother then? I remember Stuart seeing a lady, possibly on Manor Park. I seem to recall they had a least one child but the name Christopher is in my head. It was 40 years ago.
  3. Sorry mate, but if you believe that you're part of the problem. His family have a very profitable although questionable business. He is a in-heritant of that. He has been ill advised for most of the way, and that's when he has bothered to seek advice. I think as a club swfc need to have a serious rethink of who they are, and where they want to be. You are not Man City and like us blades probably never will be. His recklessness has brought you to the brink and you still don't see it.
  4. That's a reasonable expectation given the current issues. That's of course if agent Chansiri doesn't spring any more surprises. he shouldn't be allowed near a football club. Yeah, I'm a blade but you have to have sympathy for genuine paying supporters, who have to put up with this level of incompetence.
  5. Not really the manager that's the problem at wednesday though is it? How many have there been in 4 years, is it 6 now? Carlos (who I thought quite a lot of) Jos Lucky, Pulis, Monk, Cabbage head and now DM. Not counting caretakers.
  6. Some scroat nicked my brown bin at Sothall a few months back. As it is for recycling the council replace it for free.
  7. We won't be staying in the PL. 45 points left to play for and 12 well 13 really behind 17th (who also have a game in hand). let it go 😉
  8. 45 minutes? Will he last that long before getting sent off again...
  9. Thought he'd been brown bread for ages 😬
  10. ?????? Some of us are discussing how the deleted data could have been recovered. Ok I replied to the Diane Abbot post but that was tongue in cheek, wish I hadn't now .
  11. No one would be stupid enough to believe she was let loose anywhere near a database.
  12. I would imagine it is a relational database with many parent and child tables. This shouldn't be a problem restoring and recovering as normally you would be doing it with datafiles and archivelogs to replace and update missing files. The problem here is that it looks like someone has run a delete on a table and linked tables intentionally, albeit with hindsight incorrectly. Even the best backup and restore strategy is going to struggle with that, especially in an OLTP database with data being changed regularly. Putting myself on the spot. If I was the DBA administering the database(s) I would have shut it down as soon as I found out to limit the damage, then run a flashback (providing flashback is enabled). Of course that could have been next day and the horse is long gone, so debatable. As I said previously, the answer could have been replaying transactions from the application to a flashed back table (if it was only the one table maybe). Also just crossed my mind is data mining but you would need the relevant archivelogs IIRC, and again glad it's not me.
  13. Sorry, are you suggesting running a diff Linux command against the existing datafiles and the restored ones at O/S level? Remembering the datafiles will be binary and they will likely contain data from more than one table. I'm interested in your restore / recovery method if it is indeed viable.
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