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Prepare your database for the apocalypse with these 10 easy tips.
Pythian’s friendly Oracle e-Business Suite DBAs would like to congratulate all of our friends, clients, Pythian colleagues, prospects, new team members whom we haven’t yet met (join us!), all database geeks, and blog readers for successfully completing 2012! Have a very peaceful Christmas and the happiest year ever in 2013! May all of your pagers be quiet, and your year-end maintenance be incident-free! ;) Here comes our Christmas card to you :)
Screenings, shows, premieres and parties. Where the stars have been spotted this week? No not on the red carpet in LA, but in this Log Buffer Edition. In Log Buffer #299, stars of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL are twinkling. Get mesmerized!!!
All the submissions from Pythian tree decorating teams are in! the team names are anonymous until the votes are in.
This is just a small bug fix release of the plugin. It was actually quietly released for a while now of if you have downloaded the plugin recently, you have the latest version. To be sure — check the version in the Console or you will see it in the file name.
Inspired by the benchmark in this post, we decided to run some NDB vs Galera benchmarks for ourselves. We confirmed that NDB does not perform well using m1.large instances. In fact, it’s totally unacceptable – no setup should ever have a minimum latency of 220ms – so m1.large instances are not an option. Apparently the…
Recently a client of ours who used opsview to manage their resources needed to place some of their hosts into downtime in conjunction with some other cron-scheduled tasks. In order to implement that functionality, I created this simple script that should work with most installations of opsview, or with a few modifications, can be modified…
Not many of you know that my day to day work focus is Oracle e-Business Suite :). Here goes EBS related blog post …Recently several of my team’s clients upgraded to R12.1.3 version and faced the same problem related to OACORE memory settings.
Just a short note documenting a procedure that isn’t done frequently, and I didn’t see described anywhere else. Somewhere last month a customer asked for my help in changing the SIDs on one of his RAC databases to match the new corporate standard. The database name matched the standard so we could leave that alone, but the SID needed to be changed. Here’s what we did to change it
It’s always sunny in the database arena, even if the data is engulfed in the clouds. Innovation rays keep databases illuminating and bloggers make hay in this sunshine and this Log Buffer Edition sift through all those blog post and brings you Log Buffer #298.