As of 1 September 2012 Oracle database release 11.1 (terminal release 126.96.36.199) will be in Extended Support. Here is list of some database releases with start dates for extended support and sustaining support:
Extended Support Start
Sustaining Support Start
(fee waived for 1 year)
(fee waived for 1 year)
You’ve probably heard about adaptive cursor sharing, and possibly you’ve wondered why you haven’t seen it happening very often on your production systems (assuming you’re running a modern version of Oracle). Here’s a little bug/fix that may explain the non-appearance.
MOS Doc ID 9532657.8 Adaptive cursor sharing ignores SELECTs which are not fully fetched.
Hello Friends, This is a short blog post to let you know that I am going to give my RMAN and SCAN talks to WA OUG (AUSOUG) folks in Perth next week. Here are the details: Where: ORACLE Australia , Level 2, 66 Kings Park Road , 6005 West Perth When: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 [...]
I’m not really one for blogging about conferences – I mean who cares what someone else saw being presented? But this is the first time I have stopped moving long enough (and been in contact with the internet world) to blog and my brain is too fried to do a technical one.
A Mandatory patch for the Oracle Database Appliance has been released to update the OAK processes.
This patch was Released 03/19/2012 and is very important sicne a disk failure can trigger a system shutdown.
The Details of the patch are available on MOS ID # 1438089.1. This patch does not require any outage on the ODA boxes . it took about 1 minute per box to apply.
Last month I created a simple APEX application with enabled mobile support and latest version of jQuery, which integrates with HP Service Manager through web services. The purpose was to give option for company engineers to open and update incidents through mobile in few easy steps.
The first step was to create form and report by using the web service. At this point web service request process is created where authentication and input parameter are described. The problem appears if you try to change any parameter and update the web service process. This is the error:
In a previous post, I explained how to dump ASM Disk header and how to analyze it. This method, which used kfed binary, is a little bit complex because of fields with a complex name extracted from the internal structure.
Another way to proceed and to see main information about asm disks is to use an undocumented binary located in $ORACLE_HOME/bin named amdu.
If amdu is not available in your $ORACLE_HOME/bin directory, you can build it with the next make command:
[oracle@oel ~]$ make -f $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib/ins_rdbms.mk iamdu