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The question doesn't make an explicit case for the new tag, beyond continuing the line of existing Windows Server version tags. So, this seems like a good time to look at the utility of the whole hierarchy. The FAQ describes the reasons for tagging questions: Tags connect experts with questions they will be able to answer. Tags are for sorting your ...


Yes this seems like a good idea.


Tag regular-expression This tag could/should be the base tag for regex Usage Guidance for Tag <empty> Tag regex This tag should be the synonym for regular-expression as per the quick info: a shortening of the phrase "regular expression". A regex is typically a sequence of characters that forms a search pattern, Usage Guidance for Tag The ...


I like where your head is at. I would rather not break down performance by database, just use multiple tags. I'm not sure how to find all the synonyms for everything (ex: slow-log) so I would need help identifying more synonyms So, here's a thing: I went ahead and did this thinking "yeah, this is a good idea, let's keep things simple! YAY!" and wasn't ...


According to First Response Kit is missing sp_AskBrent, this procedure was renamed to sp_BlitzFirst. I removed sp-askbrent from a few questions that needed editing anyway, then made sp-askbrent a synonym of sp-blitzfirst. There might be some value in keeping the old name around for a while, so I didn't merge the tags. We might do that in the future.

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