I always found Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) to be an interesting tool for different reasons. The only thing I missed was an easy way to create my own alerts.
It is very simple to create a KSH, Perl, etc script to do some customised monitoring and notify you by email, Nagios, NetCool, etc.
By integrating your scripts with OEM, you will have an easy way to enhance your monitoring and still have notification by email, SNMP traps, etc. as you would currently have if your company is using OEM for monitoring your systems. The problem:
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We can use SQL Performance Analyzer (SPA) to evaluate impact on SQLs of 11g R2 database upgrade from 10.2 .So created some demo , example ( with full code ). EM was very good option , but still preferred sql,pl-sql, command / api.
We all know to, use SPA for 10.2 to 11.2 database upgrade , we need one intermeiate 11g DB.
While I was performing a three day seminar recently in Switzerland I came across this new option in cluvfy.
Normally you’d run cluvfy in preparation of the installation of Grid Infrastructure or a set of RAC binaries to ensure everything is ready for the next step in the RAC install process. Beginning with 188.8.131.52, there is another option that’s been sneaked in without too much advertisement: the healthcheck.
Part of the “comp” checks, it takes the following options:
My last blog was comparison of DataGuard, GoldenGate, Streams and RAC. While writing my previous blog , the idea of comparing Hints , Outlines, SQL Profiles & SQL Plan Management stuck me. I am kind of in a compare-maniac mode and here goes some comparison of some key features. I also think you can understand technology better when you compare with something you know.
I will add more content to this blog as I get more time. The table format had to be changed to fit the data.
Oracle Wiki has been reluanched as wikis.oracle.com . It doesn't seem to be very well organized currently. Multiple pages with the name "Home" appear at the first page and each of these are for specific product homes. The list of "spaces" doesn't seem to include the core RDBMS product or the EBusiness Suite yet.
I'll wait a week or two before deciding if I want to contribute to Oracle Wiki (or Wikis ?) . . .
“You’re problem is you’re BBC”, a colleague remarked recently.
On further investigation, I found this not to be some reference to the British Broadcasting Corporation but rather that I had been “Born Before Computers”. Yes, I grew up – in computing terms at least – on the Command Line.
A number of things have changed since those dim and distant days.
Recently, I had a comment from Darryl claiming that chocolate bars had also been gradually reducing in size.