Posts Categorized: Group Blog Posts
In this guide assume we are migrating a single instance database HRDEV to a two node RAC database HRPRD with following specifications.
Silent installation always attracts by its simplicity and power, the new release 2 of EM 12c proves it, making installation
smooth and straightforward. Before we start the installation, it is very important to make sure all prerequisites are satisfied
to avoid any unpredictable errors during the process. Let’s have a look.
Ian Redfern published a paper documenting the TNS protocol internals. The paper is titled “Oracle Protocol” and is clearly the result of painstaking research.. the paper became a classic in our field. Fortunately, it was released into the public domain, allowing me to reproduce it here in full, preventing it from disappearing forever.
Disclaimer: much that follows is pure speculation on my part. It could be completely wrong and I’m putting it out there in the hopes that it’ll eventually be proven one way or the other.
A client of ours is just getting started with Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and I wonder as time marches on how popular this cloud solution is going to play out for them and Amazon as a valid/useable service offering.
Follow these steps when setting up interfaces in a policy-routed Exadata system, they should be helpful.
I’ll be blogging about reliability more in the coming days and weeks, but I’m going to quickly get warmed up with this post, pointing out two worthy reads in the domain of reliability.
This year’ OOW was even more amazing for me. For the first time I presented at OpenWorld.It is great to see how many people now share my interest in integrating Hadoop into the enterprise data warehouse eco-system. To those who missed my presentations and to those who attended and want to review the slides, you can find the content here.
Pythian remained active in the core orbit of Oracle Open World 2012. Its presenters, bloggers, tweeters, managers, marketing, and rest of the people rocked the stage and backstage. This blog post shares some moments from this year’s Oracle’s mega blockbuster conference.
If you are into the social media and a database professional, you are sure to know that Pythian is really passionate about the bloggers of database technology. Pythian has been carrying the torch of Bloggers Meetup tradition at the Oracle Open World, and has done it again this year in San Francisco’s Jillian opposite the Moscone West.