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I’ve revived Perl::Achievements. I thought that would keep the wolves at bay, but noooo… Not a hour after the announcement was sent, I got a new feature request. I really should not but… okay, I wanted to do it anyway and if somebody is actually asking for it, why the heck not? Plus, it’ll give me the opportunity to see if my Template::Caribou is up to snuff. A few hours later, I have a bug report for MooseX::App::Cmd and (after some touch-ups) released the first version of Template::Caribou on CPAN.
Perl::Achievements is now on CPAN. The goal of the app is the same as presented in the original blog entry. I’ve, however, fleshed out a little bit more the documentation, tidied up the code a wee bit (well, it’s still a mess, but it’s using a lot of cool stuff, so it’s a shiny mess), and changed the innards just a tad. Wanna use it?
Today we have an alert from one of the client server about blocking,Yes, I’ve found the culprit SPID that is occupying more resources, using DBCC INPUTBUFFER(SPID). so, instead of seeing what exactly this SPID is doing I have received SP_EXECUTESQL, surprised!!! No, it’s bound to happen when SPID is running dynamic TSQL (using SP_EXECUTESQL) and/or cursor. But, yes, at the same time I would like to know what it is running behind the scene. There are two options that came to my mind
In this post, I will share with you my experience installing OVMM 3.0.3 under OVM 3.0.3 Dom0 host, including, a short and sweet action plan to get it up and running ASAP, a detailed explanation with error messages and solutions, and clean run output
The end is nigh for Adobe Flash at My Oracle Support. The first step will happen during this weekend’s planned maintenance of My Oracle support, when all of MOS will be down for 5 hours starting at midnight eastern, Saturday January 28. Once it comes back up, the unadvertised non-Flash supporthtml.oracle.com will come up as a quasi-user acceptance test of the new application, while the flash-based support.oracle.com stays as-is.
The 2012 edition of RMOUG Training Days in Denver less than a month away, running February 15 and 16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. . It’s not too late to register, and it’s a pretty nice excuse to get to the Rockies in ski season. I’ll be doing two presentations, and am polishing up whitepapers and presentations for the submission deadline tomorrow
I attended a great presentation at UKOUG 2011, “Oracle E-business Suite’s use of edition-based redefinition for online patching,” delivered by Bryn Llewellyn from Oracle. The presentation provided thorough insight on how EBR works and how E-Business Suite will be able to use it for online patching. It answered many questions, but raised a few more questions and concerns. I’ll try to summarize in this post the main concerns I’ve been thinking about after attending this presentation.
Hot on the heels of 22.214.171.124 coming out for Exadata, there’s yet another Exadata patch schedule out: the Quarterly Database Patch for Exadata (QDPE). They’re designed to being some of the predictability of Oracle’s quarterly critical patch updates (CPU) to the Exadata world.
DuckFeet’s guts are SQLicious, and built as DBIx::Class classes, sprinkled with wonderfully tooth-decaying DBIx::Class::Candy on top. In the repo, it’s all under the DuckFeet::Schema namespace. For the time being, there is only a handful of tables (hits, uris, referers, agents and hosts), but it should be easily extendable to add any type of information we might desire to throw in, but it should be easily extendable to add any type of information we might desire to throw in.
Since Oracle 126.96.36.199 came out last September, there have been questions about Exadata availability. As of today, the patchset is now available.
Reviewing the upgrade document (MOS note 1373255.1) a few things that jumped out at me, here they are.