Posts Categorized: Oracle
Getting stuck on technical problems is a norm in the life of any IT professional and DBAs are no exception. With evolving databases and their streaming new features make it more challenging. Blogs often provide the Eureka moment for those problems. So sit back and enjoy this Log Buffer Edition, which is Log Buffer #245.
Managing the databases of any kind of any size in the production environment requires the administrators to remain up to date and on the toes every time. They need to learn fast and apply their knowledge fast. Keeping abreast of the newer features and the troubleshooting techniques is must for them and this Log Buffer Edition helps easing that task. Enjoy the Log Buffer #244.
One of the most nice thing about the newer versions of Oracle is the advent of ASH and AWR as they provide awesome diagnostic information. Many customers at the Pythian use Real Application Cluster and having a cluster wide AWR report by using awrgrpt.sql script is very handy.
If you haven’t considered attending the AUSOUG conference in Perth yet, you definitely should! Out of 50 sessions I counted 21 to be presented by Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors; 8 by Oracle employees and at least 2 by Oracle Certified Masters! Briefly looking though the conference program I would like to suggest that you consider sessions from the following speakers.
From Percona Live, London to TechEd Australia to Oracle Open World USA, the blogosphere of Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server and the related technologies is bustling with the eye witness accounts of these conferences, technical overviews, observations, predictions, and much more. This Log Buffer Edition covers all that and as usual more in Log Buffer #243.
Whenever Oracle Open World ends, it not only leaves the technology professionals in awe and full of pride, it also makes them come up with new and great blogging ideras and this Log Buffer Edition covers that flowing notions from bloggers across the Oracle and MySQL beauties, in addition to SQL Server in Log Buffer #242.
Automatic degree of parallelism, or Auto DOP, is a new feature in 11gR2 that promises to help manage systems where large subset of the workload runs with parallel processing. In this post I’ll introduce the feature and give very useful tips I got from Oracle’s Real World Performance expert Greg Rahn on how to use it. So this is worth reading even if you are familiar with the feature.
This is a short blog post to give you my Apps DBA takeaway from Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in the context of Oracle Fusion Applications (new Oracle ERP/CRM/…+ product).
‘m going to be presenting two of my OOW11 sessions at the Toronto Oracle User Group’s DD Day. I’m going to be presenting two sessions, Is Oracle Exadata for You? Starring Roles for the Best Technology, and Under the Hood of Oracle ASM: Failability Analysis.
World has opened up in San Fransisco with the database bangs. MySQL and Oracle databases have scintillated the hearts of developers, DBAs, technology aficionados, and the mere spectators. That and plethora of news has also poured in from SQLServer melas. This Log Buffer Edition is proud to shed spotlight on all these happenings in this Log Buffer #241.