There is more and more happening in the world of visualization and visualizing Oracle performance specifically with v$active_session_history.
Of these visualizations, the one pushing the envelope the most is Marcin Przepiorowski. Marcin is responsible for writing S-ASH , ie Simulated ASH versions 2.1,2.2 and 2.3. See
Solid Conference focused on the intersection of software and hardware. It's great community with Software and Hardware.
It’s my first time on RAC system for Windows and I’m happy to learn something new to share.
I created a new service for database (restoredb) only to find out the ORACLE_HOME is for the service is “c:\oracle\product\10.2.0\asm_1″
Any ideas as to what was wrong?
Some of you may wonder the role SQL browser service plays in the SQL Server instance. In this blog post, I’ll provide an overview of the how SQL Server browser plays crucial role in connectivity and understand the internals of it by capturing the network monitor output during the connectivity with different scenario.
So how to turn it the option off/disabled…As a privileged database user: > Just don’t set the INMEMORY_SIZE parameter to a non zero value…(the default...
As you certainly know SQL Saturday events are very popular in SQL Server world community. This is the second time the event takes place in Paris (France), but this time, we have a new format with pre-conferences on Wednesday and classic sessions on Saturday. During pre-conferences, we will talk about a particular subject fo
There is a serious problem with export/import utilities between versions.
The first command, executed on Oracle 18.104.22.168, Linux x86_64 was:
[oracle@oradb tmp]$ expdp system directory=tmp dumpfile=oe.dmp schemas=oe
Directory tmp was created as /tmp
Result was the following:
Export: Release 22.214.171.124.0 – Production on Mon Jul 28 22:57:03 2014
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This blog post offers proof that you will trigger In-Memory Column Store feature usage with the default INMEMORY_* parameter settings.