The Log Buffer Edition is one-stop joint to know about the latest blog entries regarding the database technologies like Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server. Enjoy this Log Buffer #281.
When a new cursor is given to Oracle to execute, it first needs to check if there is already such cursor in the Shared Pool, so we will not need to go to the expensive process of a hard parsing it again. To check this quickly, a hash value is generated from the text of the SQL .
This Log Buffer Edition is sparkling with fresh and budding blogs. This Log Buffer #280 is is encompassing Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL blogs. Please give your feedback in the comments. Enjoy
In a typical organization, all work together to bring out a common good for the outside world. It’s interesting to see how all of these entities blog about technology, and there is more and more interest shown by managerial technologists about databases. This Log Buffer Edition appeases their appetites. Enjoy!
Recently I have troubleshooted failing RMAN backups in a 22.214.171.124 RAC environment. The backups failed with the error message “ORA-00245: control file backup operation failed”. The solution for the issue is simple. Here it is!
On Friday 13 of June 2012, I was an on-call Oracle DBA. I got to work on a high priority client’s request. One of our client’s financial team was executing final steps of a year closing process in their ERP production environment and had a problem. The step that I received a complain about took 2 hours and still didn’t complete.
Some parts of the world are going through winter in swing while others are savoring summer (or suffering through it!). This variation in weather is beautifully in-sync with the variety of blog posts sprouting all over the web, especially regarding database technology. This mixed flavor of database blogs is captured once again by this Log Buffer Edition.
Since a third person just asked me how to prepare for OCM exam in last 2 days, I decided to make my answer publicly available. I will leave you to discover the formal path yourself and give you a guideline in terms of the how-to and length of the preparation.
This is not the first time I have run into this issue – in the past I (and who knows how many more Oracle DBAs) have had to deal with handling jobs from a different user, which usually ends in a big error. The answer to my prayers was the undocumented dbms_ijob package.
Database bloggers are blowing their trumpets at full throttle, warming up the hearts of readers across the globe with cool tips, nifty tricks, and glimmering gems. This Log Buffer Edition picks those gems and offers them to you.