Whether it’s Oracle, MySQL, Java, or any other Oracle-related technology, you can bet Pythian will be talking and learning about them at this years Oracle OpenWorld from September 18-22nd at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Pythian will have six attendees speaking on seven different topics, and we will be hosting the
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Here are some extracts from an 22.214.171.124 AWR Report I ran a simulated workload on this server for about 40minutes and generated this report. I understand that some DBAs may be misinterpreting SQL*Net message time.
Host Name Platform CPUs Cores Sockets Memory(GB) ---------------- -------------------------------- ---- ----- ------- ---------- ora11204 Linux x86 64-bit 2 2 1 3.04
From version 11.2 onward, the PARALLEL hint supports two syntaxes: object-level and statement-level. The object-level syntax, which is the only one available up to version 11.1, overrides the DOP associated to a tables. The statement-level syntax can not only override the PARALLEL_DEGREE_POLICY initialization parameter at the SQL statement level, but also force the utilization of parallel processing.
The statement-level PARALLEL hint supports the following values:
Day Two of the Hadoop Summit Melbourne (see my reflections on Day One) began with a bang in the form of the announcement of an expanded conference offering in 2017. It is set to re-emerge as the Dataworks Summit and will be made up of a cluster of smaller concurrent events, focused on specific Big…
In any profession, learning never ends. From my very personal perspective and own exprience, I strongly beleinv in one who upgrade his skills always stays a step ahead from the rest. To stay competitive, it is necessary to upgrade our skills according the market demand.
For DBA folks who aim and dream to learn and upgrade their knwoledge with Oracle Exadata technologies, I wrote a 5 series article to Toad, below are the links to the articles: