Posts Categorized: Oracle
Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server bloggers are not only sharing their knowledge through their blogs, moreover, they are also learning about themselves. Their posts are cementing their concepts, while opening vistas of new notions. This Log Buffer Edition is yet another vista for their blogs.
Concurrent Processing in one of the most resources consuming Oracle e-Business Suite component. It is important to ensure a proper performance management of that components. Oracle Real Application Clusters provides Scalability and High Availability. Applications running on RAC should support certain configuration options to leverage RAC benefits. This blog posts describes possible concurrent processing configuration options and highlights EBS today’s limitations. It provides a possible solution and explains what benefits it could introduce to organizations running both EBS and RAC today.
Posted the slides of Under The Hood of Oracle Clusterware 2.0: Grid Infrastructure (UTHOC2). Updated for Oracle Database 11g Release 2.
See Alex’s white on Block Change Tracking Internals that’s now published on My Oracle Support. Take a poll on Oracle BCT adoption. Learn about some unconventional uses of BCT such as incrementally updated standby. Get involved – share your experience.
If you are looking for some of the great blog posts of the week in database technologies like Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL, then Log Buffer #307 is the place to be. Enjoy.
OEM 12c Cloud Control looks daily for new targets, placing them in a queue for admin promotion to managed objects. Details and troubleshooting info follow.
This post will take a look at RMOUG 2013, the events, the sessions and the great chance to meet friends and colleagues
Bloggers are striving hard to up their game. They are writing, editing, formatting, trimming, enhancing their blogs to offer maximum value. This Log Bufer Edition #306 cherishes these efforts.
In this post I show you how to get SQL strings transformed in a way that resembles the result of cursor_sharing.
As usual, the who’s-who of the Oracle tech space will be assembling in Denver the week of February 11 for the Rock Mountain Oracle Users’ Group. A plethora of Pythian employees with be speaking as will we also have a booth in the vendor hall. Please drop by and say “hi”. See the full detail of who is presenting and when.