Tag: Oracle

11G R2: Oracle Cluster SCAN Listeners: Use easy connect naming method

Just recently I came across another unclear error message while troubleshooting an Oracle Instance registration with SCAN Listener. This post is one of the posts which may save quite a bit of time for people who will hit the same issue.

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OOW10 Bloggers Meetup… and the winners are…

I’m happy to announce the winners of this year’s t-shirt and creative blogger’s contest at the Oracle OpenWorld 2010 Annual Bloggers Meetup. Asif Momen, of the Momen Blog was the big winner of the HP X310 DataVault. Although there wasn’t as much participation as I had hoped for the creative blog post contest we have not one, but two AppleTV winners to announce; Sunil S. Ranka for his post: Mapping the Maze, Online Bloggers to Real World Faces: Pythian Blogger Meetup at OOW10 and Mr. Chet Justice, Oraclenerd for his entertaining, 5 part series from the meetup. Definitely an “A” for effort – could you tell he really wanted the AppleTV?

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Oracle Net trace in 11G … or build in ITIL

If you ever had tried to switch Oracle net trace than you know that it is quite straight forward to switch it on. You would say that I need to set the following parameters in the sqlnet.ora file…

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Pythian Official OPN Specializations: Our badges of honour

After over a hundred hours of hard work, Pythian has achieved multiple specializations under our Platinum membership level of the Oracle PartnerNetwork’s OPN Specialized program. We’re proud to be recognized by Oracle as a value-added services partner.

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Log Buffer #203, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Welcome to Log Buffer. The weekly roundup of posts, and news of what’s happening in the database world.

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EBS DBA: R12.1.2 Another Step for Automated Vanilla EBS Cloning

If you have tried to automate EBS cloning then you definitely know that you can’t get through without hacking and customizing the Oracle-provided Rapid Clone utility. One of the areas we should “hack” the code to make it running in batch scripts is the services startup bit. The problem is that by default straight after Rapid Clone is completed Oracle starts all the services on the Apps node and until now there wasn’t a way to change it.

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Sean D. Tucker Plane Ride Winners: The pictures are in

It looks like our lucky recipients of plane rides with Sean D. Tucker had a great time. Pictures are below. Thanks again to Team Oracle for facilitating the flights.

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Oracle Related Events in Sydney Area (October 2010)

The Oracle OpenWorld 2010 conference is over and life is getting back to normal. However, this is a traditional time for the OOW after-parties and local meetings to discuss the results of the biggest annual event in Oracle space. Our Sydney Oracle Meetup is not an exception.

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Lucky Winners of the Exadata Flight Giveaway

Congratulations to Chris Marlowe of Oppenheimer Funds and Bill Mitchell of Alliant Energy, attendees to my Exadata session yesterday. Both are lucky winners of the a flight with the inimitable Sean D Tucker and the Oracle Challenger. For those of you who missed the session, keep your eyes on this blog for a recording, coming soon.

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Oracle Exadata Database Machine v2 vs x2-2 vs x2-8 Deathmatch

This post has bee updated live from the Oracle OpenWorld as I’m learning what’s new. Last update done on 28-Sep-2010. X2-2 and X2-8 configurations have evolved over time so if you are reading this post now — beware of its age. The referenced data-sheets seems to be up to date though.

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