Posts Categorized: Pythian

Thoughts on Intel’s Hadoop Distribution

When I heard that Intel announced their own Hadoop distribution, my first thought was “Why would they do that?”. This blog post is an attempt to explore why anyone would need their own Hadoop distribution, what Intel can gain by having their own and who is likely to adopt Intel’s distribution. Why does anyone need…

Insights from the PgCon 2013

PgCon 2013 was attended by 256 people across the globe.  Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy tutorials, talks and an excellent unconference (this last deserves a special mention). I lectured a talk related with Full text search using Sphinx and Postgres (you can find the slides at http://t.co/lgFoLq37EC, and all of the talks have been…

Pythian’s Third Annual Geek Pride Day

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The day has arrived, and it’s probably one of our favorite days at Pythian – Geek Pride Day! Since May 25 (the “official” day according to Wikipedia) falls on Saturday, we celebrated it a day early so everyone could participate. For the third year in a row, our 250+ global Pythianites have had the opportunity…

ODA Re-imaging Could Take Anywhere Between 20 and 120 Minutes

This blog posts explains why Oracle Database Appliances re-imaging process timing may vary from 20 to 120 minutes. There are a check in the ISO:/Extras/setupodaovm.sh script that have an issue. Until the bug is fixed a) you may face different ODA nodes’ re-imaging times b) to be on the safe side check if md devices’ re-synchronization process is finished by running “cat /proc/mdstat” command before running any business critical processes on your ODA.

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