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Announcing SQL Server 2017 CU 19

By Brent Ozar on Feb 05, 2020 03:16 pm

Knock knock.

Who’s there?

Cumulative Update 19 for SQL Server 2017.

Normally this is the part where I tell you about the most amusing bug fixes in this cumulative update, but we’re going to try something different this time. See, I’m down in Puerto Rico at a client, and…I don’t really feel like typing out a blog post. I’m in the middle of a Mai Tai. So instead, here’s a picture of the beach in San Juan:

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Sun going down in San Juan

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Happy patching. Go read the fix list yourself. I’ll be there with you in spirit, chuckling along with you. Cheers!

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