This is the 159th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Welcome.
I recently performed a migration from Oracle 10gR2 on Solaris to the same version on Linux, immediately followed by an upgrade to 11g. Both platforms were x86-64. Migrating to Linux also included migrating to ASM, whereas we had been using ZFS to hold the datafiles on Solaris. Restoring files into ASM meant we would have to use RMAN.
I tested OracleVM (OVM) templates on their own distribution of Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) 5 with seeded VNC Viewer Free Edition 4.1.2 for X. All went fine, but the VNC connection to virtual machine was not painless as I expected.
I hope this post can help other people that run into this problem with Oracle on ZFS (I’ve heard from one on twitter already), or people just wanting to move datafiles. Again, thanks to Pythian DBA Christo Kutrovsky for laying this process out for us!
This is the 158th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Welcome to the 156th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
What we are looking at during this videocast is how to troubleshoot the connectivity issues that can be caused by VIP’s in Oracle RAC environment and how to diagnose cryptic Oracle error messages using SQL*Net tracing facility on the client side.
Oracle’s post-upgrade network ACL setup documentation is much more confusing than it needs to be, at least for simple minds like me. A colleague stepped forward with a simple set of commands for a basic setup that even the tired and stressed can understand. I’ll share that here, with some basic explanation.
This is the 155th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Welcome to the 154th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Let’s dive right in, shall we?