Posts Categorized: Pythian

EM CLI with Scripting Option in EM12cR3

The new release of #EM12c came with advanced EM CLI, providing interactive and script modes to enhance the standard command line functionality. EM CLI includes Jython interpreter and all verbs presented as functions, which allows the use of verb arguments as parameters. Managing several thousand targets in one of Pythian’s client environments and having different…

SQL for Pattern Matching in Oracle 12c

Oracle 12c is out! And with it, a myriad of new features that we’ll be learning and playing with in the months and years to come. Paraphrasing Iggy Fernandez’s blog: “So many Oracle manuals, so little time…” The new features abound, and we need to cherry pick some interesting ones to delve into. There are…

Log Buffer #327, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Nelson Mandela, The Madiba, said: ” There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.” Bloggers return to their blogs to experience the same charming thing, and database bloggers are no different. Enjoy this edition of Log Buffer.

My First Five Minutes with Oracle Database 12c

As many of you know, Oracle Database 12cR1 was released last week, and it did something that I haven’t seen before from an Oracle database release: it caused a blogging storm. According to Steve Karam a.k.a Oracle Alchemist, in less than a week we have had 91 articles from 47 authors regarding this release. For me,…

Duplicate Database from Active Database — Just Works!

My friend Øyvind Isene suggested that I store a DUPLICATE RMAN script that works in a safe place in this tweet. @yvelik Me too, then I store the script in a safe place :-) Duplicate jobs reminds me how important it is to practice restore. — Øyvind Isene (@OyvindIsene) July 1, 2013 I couldn’t find a…

How Filtered Indexes Look Like (Part 2)

In the first part of this series on Filtered Indexes, I talked about how SQL Server navigates through the index structure and used a clustered index as an example to demonstrate how the process works. To continue this series, we’ll look at filtered indexes and how they look like from a storage perspective. If you look at…

Training from a MySQL DBA’s Perspective

I’ve been pondering the next step in my training path; what do I want to learn or improve upon? You see, here at Pythian we’re encouraged to be the masters of our own progress. If you’re ever lucky enough to be on my side of the Pythian fence, you will see that there are provisions…

Exchange Server 2010 with Oracle Workflow Mailer

Almost all Oracle E-Business Suite DBAs will run into this problem if they are using exchange server as their Workflow IMAP server. Workflow is a important component of Oracle E-Business Suite, and its mailer component adds a biggest oracle EBS feature of inbound mail processing of workflow approval and rejection email replies from end users….

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