There are plethora of ideas sprouting in technology arena on daily basis and bloggers are catching up with them pretty nicely. This Log Buffer Edition skims some of them.
Building Dynamic Branded Digital Experiences with Oracle WebCenter
ORA-19909: datafile 1 belongs to an orphan incarnation
A well configured OEM 12c (or any previous version of your choice) is a fantastic enterprise tool and the reporting capabilities are a major asset.
I am going to share three examples of reports we use and find valuable and if anybody has any other good ideas I am happy to hear about them.
I don’t think I wrote any of them but I almost certainly identified the requirement and instigated the creation of each report. I have masked out obvious details so the screen shots do look messy.
In a previous post about nproc limit, I wrote that I had to investigate the nproc limit with the number of threads because my Oracle 12c EM agent was having thousands of threads. This post is a short feedback about this issue and the way I have found the root cause. It concerns the enterprise manager agent 12c on Grid Infrasctructure >= 126.96.36.199
The issue was:
As member of the team every so many days I am part of hot line , taking care of Tickets and indeed being the (hopefully friendly) voice in your ear when you call the hot line number of Oracle team at the Company. One of the tickets drew my attention ( hmm maybe cause it was about RMAN because for years I love to work with RMAN) . An archive backup had failed various times to I was asked to investigate and fix. This Blog will show you the analyses and steps I have performed to fix this issue.
I love to read Oracle related blogs, forum posts and mailing lists much more often than books. Why? Because there many Oracle DBA’s and developers share their experiences, problems, "best practices",... which are very valuable to me.
It's great that we have so big and active Oracle community.
Uday Vallamsetty from Delphix performance group just posted a great blog post on evaluating I/O performance in Amazon AWS with EBS. I had a chance to talk with him a bit about I/O benchmarking and some of the surprises and challenges of I/O benchmarking as well as discuss the importance of producing a report card on any I/O subsystem one is using.
Companies new to the world of cloud computing often express apprehension in regard to security.
This is the first installment in a series of posts I’m launching to share interesting use cases for SLOB. I have several installments teed up but to put a spin on things I’m going to hit two birds with one stone in this installment. The first bird I’ll hit is to introduce a friend and colleague, Bart Sjerps, who I just added to my blogroll. The other bird in my cross-hairs is this interesting post Bart wrote some time back that covers a study of ZFS fragmentation using SLOB.
PLS-00306: wrong number or types of arguments in call to 'PUT_LINE'
My code is:
-- Store the SELECT query in a cursor