Welcome to the 83rd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Please join me in encouraging Cary Millsap in making regular appearances on his new blog. Cary, my personal story – one of my first and most vivid memories of taking on a DBA role was when my mentor, Guy Arteau, bringing me a copy of your OFA paper with great awe and reverence and suggesting I study it carefully.
As you may or may not know, I have been spending time in the Pythian Office in Sydney, Australia. In this post I share my experiences of what it is like to be from Ottawa, Canada but live and work in Australia (for at least a few weeks).
I’ve recently moved to Ubuntu Linux, and this post describes my attempt to play around with Oracle ASM on Ubuntu. For this demonstration, I used Oracle 126.96.36.199 on Gutsy Gibbon.What I really like about Oracle is that once you’ve done something, you have ten different ways to go. I hope this post will enable you to explore some 11g’s new features on your favorite operating system.
Well, Paul Vallee tagged me, and as I haven’t yet passed my probationary period I should probably answer the call…..Eight things about me that aren’t common knowledge:
n Stuffing Six Million Pages Down Google’s Throat, Tim O’Reilly brings up a point, and some questions. . . just how poorly the big search engines index small sites with large collections of data . . .But it’s worth thinking about absolute (and temporary) limits to the growth of Web 2.0. What constraints do we take for granted? What constraints are invisible to us? Read more.
Welcome to the 82nd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
As I mentioned earlier, the Pythian Dubai office is now open. I mentioned it only took me 5 days to find an apartment here, so I would like to share my experience with you.
After landing, and a 5 day fiesta of arranging my long term apartment here, Pythian Dubai is now fully operational with me being the first employee here.
A friend asked for this, so I thought it’d be helpful and provide the code for, All tables with no primary key, and one showing, All tables and their primary keys, if exist. Enjoy!