Log Buffer #319, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
May 10, 2013 / By Fahd Mirza
This week again, Log Buffer covers the exciting and ever-evolving galaxies of Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.
When does an Oracle process know it’s on Exadata?
MobaXterm 6.3 has been released. You can find the download and changelog in the usual place.
A new major release (version 3.0) of Randolf’s XPLAN_ASH tool is available for download.
Important !! Clustering Factor Calculation Improvement
Grouping Data Sets by Week Number of the Month
Jason Crider asks to put some Windows update in his basket.
Data cleansing can be done via SSIS as well as Data Quality Services (DQS) and Master Data Services (MDS). The lines are a bit blurred when talking about data cleansing using SSIS, DQS, and MDS.
How To: Migrate Encrypted Procedures To Windows Azure SQL Database (WASD).
It’s best practice to keep your index keys as narrow as possible, and SQL Server enforces a maximum key length of 900 bytes on most “normal” clustered and non-clustered indexes.
Webcast Presentation Materials: Introduction to SQL Server Security
This is the start of the heavy travel season for the MySQL Community Team. So if you are attending PHPTek, Drupalcon, Texas LinuxFest, SELF, Redhat Summit, or Lonestar PHP, please make sure to say “hi” while you are in Chicago, Portland, Austin, Charlotte, Boston, or Addison.
Your databases in a glance with Glimpsee.
Continuent Tungsten 2.0 is a major step forward that includes key feature improvements to help you manage very large datasets on MySQL.
How to create a new (or repair a broken) GTID-based slave with Percona XtraBackup.
Disk I/O is frequently the performance bottleneck with relational databases. With AWS recently releasing 4,000 PIOPs EBS volumes, Laine Campbell wanted to do some benchmarking with pgbench and PostgreSQL 9.2.
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