Posts Categorized: Pythian
News and views are an integral part of our modern daily life. When it comes to the information-hungry roles such as database professionals, such need becomes more pressing. Log Buffer is one way to keep abreast news and views from the world of Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.
“What have I gotten myself into?” ran through my head during the first week of training at Pythian. The environment was great, the people were great, and the work was great, but many doubts ran through my head as I ran from training meeting to training meeting. How am I going to retain all this…
Reminders are an inevitable part of our personal and professional lives. Reminding yourself about goals, priorities, and milestones is key to stay on top of things. This Log Buffer Edition is a reminder about all those not-to-be-missed blogs out there.
This week, my DBA team fulfilled a request to restore 1 month old lost data. A review of the RMAN backups showed that we indeed had a valid level 0 from the requested day, which was 33 days ago. However, upon recovery, the necessary archive logs to bring the database to a consistent point were…
It is not uncommon for Oracle to have something undocumented , and this is just another case of this ailment. We have a database in which we have two copies of the same backup: one kept in the FRA and the other in an external disk, which from time to time gets deleted from this…
Just as information has become an integral part of technology, blogging has become an inseparable part of technology too. Database technologies are no exception, and blogging in that area is booming. This Log Buffer Edition is booming with some bombastic blog posts.
Personal highlights from Collaborate 2013 in Denver. Discussion of networking with old and new friends, technical sessions (performance forecasting and multi-block read internals) and the Pythian RAC Attack class.
Like in love there is no precondition, there are no limits held when it comes to the labor of love called blogging. Lovingly, this Log Buffer edition brings you some more roses from the database arena.
I was recently playing with an Oracle XE database. The main benefit of Oracle XE is that it can be used free of charge.