Log Buffer #340, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Oct 4, 2013 / By Fahd Mirza

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Education is everything. Education can pull you out of poverty, it can propel you into upper echelons. Education can make you see what’s truly important in the life. Education can enable you to appreciate the people. Blogging is all about education. This Log Buffer brings education about database arena from the blogs.

Oracle:

Large CLOBs and attention to detail needed while reading Oracle Support notes.

Here is a simple way to get SQL_ID of large and similar queries in Oracle.

Robin Moffatt is sharing tips adn tricks for the OBIEE Linux sysadmin.

Ravi Sharma says that Oracle Database Appliance is a unique, modern product that is revolutionary and disruptive.

Java 8 offers wonderful opportunities and new interesting intellectual challenges for Java developers.

SQL Server:

The Power BI Preview includes the ability to share Power Query queries with other people in your organisation.

Fall has arrived which means it’s conference season.

Does Business Intelligence equal Data Warehousing?

Continuing with SQL Server XQuery, this post addresses the .modify() method against the xml data type.

Richard has shared a nifty script to find the backup history for all the databases on a single instance.

MySQL:

MySQL Enterprise Monitor (MEM) 3.0 is a huge improvement over MEM 2.x

Dimitri Kravtchuk has blogged about MySQL Performance: The Road to 500K QPS with MySQL 5.7

Todd Farmer is creating custom graphs in MySQL Enterprise Monitor.

Miguel Angel Nieto sheds some light on MySQL 5.7 multi-source replication

MySQL isn’t limited to nested-loop joins

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