Posts by Fahd Mirza
As the Oracle Open World draws near, bloggers of MySQL and Oracle are getting more excited and productive. SQL Server bloggers are also not far behind. This Blog Edition covers that all.
In order to expand the knowledge about database features of any kind, blogs are inevitable these days. Whether its Oracle, MySQL, or SQL Server blogs writers are contributing like never before and this log buffer edition skims some of it.
Benefits of blogs transcends the technologies as they not only enable the bloggers to pen down their valued experiences but also provide readers to get first hand practical information. This Log Buffer Edition shares those benefits from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
If you ever wanted an easy-peazy way to get few of the best blog posts of the week from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL then Log Buffer Editions are the place to be.
This Log Buffer edition combs through top notch blog posts from Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server postings around the globe.
This Log Buffer Edition starts with some great posts from Oracle arena, then passes through the world of SQL Server, and stops at the MySQL field.
This Log Buffer Edition picks few of the informative blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL fields of database.
Leading the way are the blogs which are acting as beacons of information guiding the way towards new vistas of innovation. This Log Buffer edition appreciates that role and presents you with few of those blogs.
Thy rhythm of blog posts regarding database technology has remained consistent throughout the week. Few of those posts have been plucked by this Log Buffer Edition for your pleasure.
There was a discrepancy in the failgroups of couple of ASM disks in Exadata. In Exadata, the cell name corresponds to the failgroup name. But there were couple of disks with different failgroup names. Using the following plan to rectify the issue online without any downtime: