Posts Categorized: Technical Blog

In-memory OLTP Engine (Hekaton) in SQL Server 2014 CTP2

Today I am going to discuss the new SQL Server 2014 feature In-memory OLTP a.k.a. Hekaton — a Greek word which means hundred or hundredfold. In-memory OLTP significantly reduces the time required for OLTP workload processing. The best part of this feature is that this is installed with the SQL Server 2014 Engine without requiring…

OCFS2 for Shared Appl_Top in Oracle E-Business Suite

Shared appltop setup in Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) is very common nowadays, for obvious reasons. It cuts down the patching downtime enormously on large multi middle tier environments, as we just have apply the patches on only one node instead of all nodes.  Any apps patch or apps techstack patch need to be applied only…

Online Storage Migration without ASM

I recently blogged about Playing with ASM Online Migration and still soul searching from not having jumped on the ASM band wagon. How can online storage migration be performed before ASM came about? One option is using Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and I will demonstrate: Display Volume Group [root@lax ~]# vgdisplay –verbose vg02 Using volume…

SQL Server 2012 – Installation Failed

Today I will discuss a strange SQL Server installation failure scenario,where the setup was failing with a misguided error message. This blog post will be helpful in avoiding any SQL Server installation issues due to bad media if the steps mentioned are followed properly. This will be helpful when one ISO file is used for…

Increasing the availability of your clustered instance using CSV

The new face on SQL Server 2014, the “Clustered Shared Volumes” technology, or simply CSV, is not that new in the Microsoft world. CSV was used to make the Virtual Machine management easier on Windows environments, facilitating the access to VHD files through a shared and accessible to all nodes volume. Supported from Windows 2008…

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