Log Buffer #288, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Sep 28, 2012 / By Fahd Mirza

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California’s jewel, San Fransisco is sparkling with the colors of Oracle, as the world’s premier Oracle conference draws very near. Database lovers from across the globe are gathering up in SFO to undergo a life-enchanting experience. This Log Buffer Edition covers that and posts related to SQL Server and MySQL.

Oracle:

Gwen Shapira is all set to party and present hard at this OpenWorld.

Michael S. Abbey, who is making some sort of record by having attended Oracle OpenWorld for the last 16 years, has some great tips for the first-timers at OOW.

Awe, glee, excitement, and expectation are all you see when it comes to the OOW mela.

RAC Attack at the Oracle OpenWorld is there once again to warm you up.

Marc Fielding has produced a great blog post about ORA-27090 and its trouble-shooting.

Yes, it’s OEM 12c’s anniversary at OpenWorld.

Shay Shmeltzer has an interesting post about OOW and JaveOne.

SQL Server:

Allen White is scanning the error log with the power shell.

Buck Woody talks about keeping options open in a cloud solution.

Alexander Kuznetsov writes a good review of the SQL Server 2008 book.

Rick Heiges discusses another way to learn SQL Server.

When you work as a DBA, many people will approach you with a complaint like “The application is taking ages to load the data on a page, could you please check if there’s something going wrong with the database server?”

MySQL:

Ivan Zoratti is blogging about the meeting of Cloud with the Enterprise.

Kristian Kohntopp got an email about rising replication delays in a certain replication hierarchy.

Dimitri Kravtchuk is revealing solutions while analyzing MySQL performance issues and generating various graphs presented in his reports.

Sean Hull lists down ten ways he avoids trouble in database operations.

Andy Dustman is taking us back and gives us a brief history lesson on MySQLdb.

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