An intriguing SQLException unknown error exposing some code on the Amazon Web Services home page that corresponds to the recent announcement of the new ultra-low-cost micro-instances.
BLOG UPDATE: I should have peeked at my blog aggregator before posting this. I just found that my friend Greg Rahn posted about the same content on his blog earlier today. Hmmm.…plagerism! Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Patchset 1 (220.127.116.11 Part Number E15732-03) is available as of today for x86 and x86_64 Linux as per [...]
New SASH 2.1 now available! See
Thanks to Marcin Przepiorowski for these improvements.
NOTE: people are encouraged to improve the code. I wrote the original 2 versions and now Marcin has stepped up with 2.1.
I can no longer change the code and give it away for free as I’m full time at Embarcadero and such code would be [...]
Just a quick post that the 18.104.22.168 patch set for Oracle Database Server has been released for x86 & x86-64 platforms. The patchset number is 10098816 and is available for download from My Oracle Support. Be sure to give note 1189783.1 Important Changes to Oracle Database Patch Sets Starting With 22.214.171.124 a read as several things have changed in the patching process.
Arup Nanda has released an update for “Project Lockdown”. This new version covers Oracle 11g (R1/R2) as well.
I found a few minor things which are not 100% correct but in general it is a good introduction.
But there is something I never liked. It’s the recommendation how to check the Oracle database for weak passwords (according [...]
A deadlock occurs when two processes contend for the same resources (row locks) when one process holds a lock on one set of resources (call it set "A") and waits for a lock on another set of resources (call it set "B") while *at the same time* the other process holds a lock on set "B" and is waiting to lock set "A".
The set of resources could each be a single or or multiple rows but Oracle may detect the deadlock when attempting to lock a row in a set of rows.
The title of the post is a question taken from a MOS Doc ID 1189783.1 named “Important Changes to Oracle Database Patch Sets Starting With 126.96.36.199″. Yes, the first patch set for 11gR2 is out for Linux x86 and x86-64 (patch number is 10098816). It’s 5G in size, BTW. There’s no patch set release notes, [...]
Recently i faced the below error while creating the materialized view on the target database.