Tag: Oracle 12c

Slimming Down Oracle RAC 12c’s Resource Footprint

Oracle Grid Infrastructure 12c uses a considerable amount of RAM and CPU resources; here are a few tips to shoehorn it into a 2GB virtual machine.

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12c: How to Restore/Recover a Small Table in a Large Database

As a DBA, you will receive requests from developers or users, indicating that they deleted some data in a small table in a large database a few hours prior. They will probably want you to recover the data as soon as possible, and it…

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12c: Fun with WITH!

Last night I couldn’t sleep and what else you’re going to do? I was thinking about Oracle stuff. In Oracle version 12, Oracle has enhanced the WITH clause – traditionally used for sub-query factoring – to allow the declaration of functions and…

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Should AUD$ Table Exist on System Tablespace During DB Upgrade?

I see this following message on all My Oracle Support notes, which talks about database Oracle manual upgrade steps. 4.16 Verify the existence of the AUD$ tables Ensure that if the aud$ table exists that it is in the SYS…

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Batched Table Access

When I first saw the suffix BATCHED in an Oracle execution plan from 12c, I was curious to see what is hidden behind and how it works. I had some spare time for testing and wanted to share my findings…

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Oracle RAC on the Cloud, Part 3

This is part 3 of a multipart series of getting oracle RAC running on a cloud environment. In part 1, we set up a NFS server for shared storage. In part 2, we set up OS components for each RAC server. Now we finish up the OS configuration and move to Oracle grid infrastructure.

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Oracle RAC on the Cloud, Part 2

In part 1 of this series, we talked about some of the challenges of setting up Oracle RAC on a public cloud provider, and went on to order some VMs from provider Gandi, and finally configuring a NFS server for shared storage. In this post, we move on to configuring the rac servers themselves, rac01 and rac02.

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Oracle RAC on the Cloud, Part 1

I’ve been working on moving a lot of the testing and R&D work I do away from local virtual machines and onto cloud environments, for a few reasons: I can avoid carrying around a laptop all the time, and rather…

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Table recovery with rman in Database 12c

A quick look at table-level recovery with Database 12c including sample script and output.

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Duplication: divide et impera

For me, every Monday morning starts with the same routine. I refresh some QA databases from PeopleSoft production one. Even though the process is almost fully automated (all commands are automatically generated) it takes several hours to perform the final…

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