At our company we had to replace the storage cabinets of a two node RAC cluster. The RAC cluster uses ASM diskgroups with NORMAL redundancy. All diskgroups exist of two failgroups, with each failgroup located on one of the storage cabinets, for redundancy purposes, as seen here:
Have you gotten an “ORA-00001 unique constraint violated” error? Learn what has caused it and how to resolve it in this article. ORA-00001 Cause If you’ve tried to run an INSERT or UPDATE statement, you might have gotten this error: ORA-00001 unique constraint violated This has happened because the INSERT or UPDATE statement has created […]
One of the real nice new features in Oracle 12c Release 2 (22.214.171.124) is the ability to create an Oracle Data Guard Standby Database using DBCA (Database Configuration Assistant). This really does simplify the process of creating a standby database as well and automates a number of steps in the creation process which were earlier manually performed.
In this example we will see how a 126.96.36.199 Data Guard environment is created via DBCA and then Data Guard Broker (DGMGRL).
Today on the show we are talking to John Laham about the Google Cloud Next Conference which took place earlier this month in San Francisco. John currently works at Pythian as a Cloud Solution Architect focusing primarily on the Google Cloud.
John originally comes from a networking background and made his way to becoming a full stack engineer. From there he shifted into the cloud and has been working with it for seven years.
Is there a way to control Auto_Purge Frequency done by the MMON ? (Doc ID 1446242.1)
The automatic purge cycle is designed as follows.
(1) The first actual purge action will be 2 days after instance startup time
(2) The next automatic purge actions following this first purge is done once every 7 days
If you like to purge more often, then it will need to be done manually.