Posts Categorized: Pythian
With real possibilities and opportunities, blogging is getting mature day by day, and so is the technology and its innovations. The combination of both becomes a dazzling medley, which is called as Log Buffer. Enjoy this week’s stunning Log Buffer #311.
When you set sizes for areas of the SGA (e.g. large_pool_size or java_pool_size) you might often see Oracle has used different and sometimes much larger values, this post explains some of the reasons why this might happen.
Mother, mother Oracle. I have heard you call… Wanted to sail upon your cloud (control) since 7.3.4… You’ve seen it all, you’ve seen it all… (Paraphrased from Jimmy Buffett’s, “A Pirate Looks at 40”) For a while now, Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) has had an application management component for E-Business Suite (EBS). However, it wasn’t…
HDFS authentication model changed in recent releases, but documentation is stale which can lead people into thinking HDFS is using very primitive authentication
Spring is a very active conference season for me. I might be going to half a dozen conferences in 3-4 months. That’s a lot of travel but I look forward to all them. The conference I’m probably looking forward the most this year is IOUG Collaborate.
Every employee at Pythian can use one workday per year to spend on activities to help the community. We call it a Pythian Volunteer Day. It’s up to the employee to decide what to use if for and when. This year I used my volunteer day to donate blood and this post is a short story about my experience.
What is like to work at Pythian? These are my observations based on my first days as a Pythianite.
There are so many great blogs out there regarding Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL and various other database technologies. Keeping track of all of them is no less than a Herculean task. This Log Buffer Edition is an effort to pick few of those great blog posts to appreciate the oceans of database blogs out there.
Notwithstanding all the new shiny features the latest database release can provide; in this post I am going to put in dollars and cents the reasons why upgrading your database makes economical sense.
In this post I go through some tips and advice when revoking UNLIMITED TABLESPACE in Oracle, and look at how to form the experts.