Log Buffer’s collection of blogs from across the world of various databases is all about nifty features, cool tricks, pragmatic tips, real world war stories, and much more.
Other DBAs have written about this topic, but I wanted it to be available on Pythian’s blog. When I searched for how this was done, other sites were either not very clear on the steps they did, assumed that you already knew what you are doing, or went through the steps too quickly. If this…
Some of you know that I have published an article explaining how to install Oracle VM Manager (OVMM) on a Dom0 host after Oracle’s release of Oracle VM 3. I have described why you may want to do it in my very first post. I just want to mention here that it should be used…
During a recent customer environment cloning activity, I got myself up to the point where CUSTOM.plx was required to be recompiled. Nothing difficult, you might say, right? I thought the same. But that activity just killed lots of troubleshooting hours for me. frmcmp_batch.sh call was just failing with “Terminal map initialization failed.” [oracle@appslab01 ~]$ frmcmp_batch.sh…
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This blog posts explains why Oracle Database Appliances re-imaging process timing may vary from 20 to 120 minutes. There are a check in the ISO:/Extras/setupodaovm.sh script that have an issue. Until the bug is fixed a) you may face different ODA nodes’ re-imaging times b) to be on the safe side check if md devices’ re-synchronization process is finished by running “cat /proc/mdstat” command before running any business critical processes on your ODA.
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This week again, Log Buffer covers the exciting and ever-evolving galaxies of Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.
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