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iAmNaN749073dWith us, before DML can be run in Prod, it has to be run in Dev, ITest, UAT, and QA. I don't have Prod access as a DBA, but that is fine with me, because I just design and implement the DDL objects in the lower environments. Although, come to think of it, our Devs can run DML in Prod, but not without an approved change request. Run in Prod without a CR, and you get walked out the door. Change management is a great thing.
zotigapo73073dNever ever work on prod data.
Let the management decides.
I know Devs what it feels like.
Mg : need to fix x in prod.
Me : yes i can give me access. I can do it.
Mg : here you go
Me : okay fixed.
Mg : wtf something of y broke
Me: i didnt do anything with y. And x is not related to y at all.
Mg : you got access to prod. Its your responsibility you fucked up.
Me : wtf. Anyways i will fix it and fixed.
And told them change fucking credentials and never come to again.
bkwilliams702773dDon’t worry, a company like that won’t be around for long.
rutee071074472dI sometimes find production database credentials in the batch files in the Unix server. It.. took a lot of strength not to.. you know.
karma957372dIs this how the apocalypse starts?
mama-scorpion471dMgmt... the band?
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