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So in moderation the morning comes a question - that take 5 minutes to load in the mod queue, and times out CP several times trying to get there. It's not spam, it's - perhaps - not abuse: it's 5.7MB of rows from somebodies database, without an explanation I can see at all; no question, no code, just row after row of DB - 16,700 rows of it.
But ... it's not spam, so I let it through and then go to edit it and remove the huge pile of steaming donkey turds we've had dumped on us so it loads in a reasonable time.
It's been loading in the editor for half an hour now, and it's still trying...
Oh fer Elephants sake - he's added part 2 and look like it's just as bad... that does it: abuse.
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I think it's your fault - you do keep telling people to back up their stuff regularly.
Expect one new part for each table in his database. Then another for each view or stored procedure. Then hope that his next attempt to back up his database to QA is an incremental backup, and not a complete dump of the full data again.
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