Tag: Perl

Mind your rdbms/audit on 12c

Stefan Knecht, Pythian Solutions Architect, discusses rdbms/audit on 12c.

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Tracking ASM Metrics

Collecting ASM IO Metrics If you are an Oracle DBA, then it is quite likely that Oracle ASM is used as the storage management for at least some of the databases you manage. Eventually you will want to see ASM…

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Offline Visualization of Azkaban Workflows

As mentioned in my past adventures, I’m often working with the workflow management tool ominously called Azkaban. Its foreboding name is not really deserved; it’s relatively straightforward to use, and offers a fairly decent workflow visualization. For that last part,…

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A Ringleader Proxy for Sporadically-Used Web Applications

As you might already know, I come up with my fair share of toy web applications. Once created, I typically throw them on my server for a few weeks but, as the resources of good ol’ Gilgamesh are limited, they…

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Instant REST API For Any Database

Not so long ago, I was playing with ElasticSearch, which has the interesting characteristic of having a REST API as its primary interface. Sure, it’s a little more stilted and awkward than any native interface but, on the other hand,…

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Vim::X – VimL is Eldritch, Let’s Write Perl!

Last week, I finally got around writing a few macros to help with conflict resolution in Vim: ” conflict resolution – pick this one / option 1 / option 2 map ,. $?\v^[<=]{7}jy/\v^[=>]{7}?\v^[<]{7}”_d/\v^\>{7}”_ddP map ,< $?\v^[<]{7}<,>. map ,> $?\v^[<]{7}/\v^[=]{7}<,>. “…

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Dancer In Chains

Sometimes, you idly think about a problem, and an answer comes to you. And it has the simplicity and the elegance of a shodo brush-stroke. It is so exquisitely perfect, you have to wonder… Have you reached the next level…

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A Song of Graph and Report, Part I: A Gathering of Stats

Statistics and graphs — they don’t always mean much, but they can be so darn mesmerizing. It’s in that optic that I was looking at the Map of CPAN the other day and thought, “Wouldn’t it be cool to have…

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Deduping 100 Gigs Worth of Files? Gimme 5 Minutes…

Shortly before the Holidays, I became aware of the Dallas/Fort Worth Perl Mongers Winter Hackaton Contest. The challenge was simple enough: Here’s a directory structure filled with 100G worth of files, go and find all the duplicate files in there,…

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A New Year, a New Dancecard

First things first: Happy New Year y’all! Health, happiness, and all that jazz to each and everyone of youses! So the Holidays are over — or almost over, if you are one of the few lucky souls. Which means that…

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