Whenever Oracle Open World ends, it not only leaves the technology professionals in awe and full of pride, it also makes them come up with new and great blogging ideras and this Log Buffer Edition covers that flowing notions from bloggers across the Oracle and MySQL beauties, in addition to SQL Server in Log Buffer #242.
We all love secrets, and for Oracle DBAs nothing is more sumptuous than the secrets about Auto DOP. Gwen Shapira exploits that weakness :), in a fabulous post.
Want to Know More about Oracle’s Core? I am sure you do. Jonathan Lewis up coming new book has already started creating massive ripples and Martin blogs about it.
One of leading Oracle blogger Charles Hooper strikes again. Sometimes it is interesting to take a step back from some of the more difficult to construct SQL statements, and just put together something simple. Read for more.
James Serra is going to share his biggest and latest gripe with the SSIS as he gets a data flow task.
Pythian’s SQL Server expert Muhammad Mawla illuminates the BBCode corner with respect to HTML.
Kevin Kline discusses a troubleshooting technique regarding repeated login failures on SQL Server.
Lots of things these days are oozing the vibe that what’s old is new again and perhaps SQL 2012, according to Colin Stasiuk falls in the same category.
Auditing in SSIS can be a real headache. Mike Davis tries to heal this ache in his two part series.
When you want to update rows that are stored in MySQL tables you use UPDATE statements. Jan Brinkmann goes one step further.
In an interesting post, Tony Darnell talks about using Perl, Cookies and MySQL to record web site visitor’s data.
Percona Live London starts on coming Monday and here is the deal. Find where your data is replicated, win a Percona Live ticket.
Mikael Ronström blogs about a new automated benchmark tool for DBT2, Sysbench and flexAsynch.
A Money maker tip for the Facebook. Another Facebook should do post by Dathan Pattishall, someone outside of Facebook.
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