No no not my laptop or my computer, back wheel and mud guard in my two wheeler got stuck. Tried brute force attack didn’t help, hence borrowed a spanner removed the connecting bolt and brute forced , boom it came off.
Though there was a garage, they were not willing to look into my problem since they had a high priority task 😦 . Though they said no, they were ready to provide me the tools to do my task like the 10/12 spanner.
How many times in a dba’s life too many priorities conflict in terms of work. For such situations we need to take a clue from the garage folks, tow your life line and minimal possible support with automated tools and techniques. Also well documented steps for activities can come to rescue. But i know it is easier said than done 😉