This blog post has been kindly contributed by Richard Yip. Richard is a PeopleSoft HCM & Payroll Technical Consultant at Santander Bank here in the UK. He is a long-term PeopleSoft techie and a regular at the UKOUG conferences.
We have posted two guest posts from Richard already, they can be found here:
The following diagram outlines the process of applying an update using this new delivery model:
I have been doing some on-line performance tuning on a PeopleSoft Financials system using PeopleSoft Performance Monitor (PPM). End-users have collect verbose PPM traces. Usually, when I use PPM in a production system, all the components are fully cached by the normal activity of the user (except when the application server caches have recently been cleared). However, when working in a user test environment it is common to find that the components are not fully cached. This presents two problems.
Oracle has made the presentations used at Open World 2014 available for download this time too. Here are all the ones that are related to PeopleSoft.
It has been released earlier this week, time to move to VMWare ESXi. My workaround I described here is still working. To make it short, updating the ovf file as below: 1. ovf:capacity=(ovf:capacity*2)-64512 (I used diskMode=thin in the VM disks’ definition for the import) 2. 3. oracleLinux64Guest oracleLinux64Guest