Our Dbvisit web based version (Dbvisit Standby version 6.0) was scheduled to be released in April. Unfortunately this has been delayed while we try and resolve all remaining issues to ensure a stable version when we do release.
We are hoping to have Dbvisit Standby released at the end of May 2011.
The most awaited release of OBIEE is publicly available 126.96.36.199.0 :
OBIEE 188.8.131.52.0 and OBI Apps 184.108.40.206 download link:
OBIEE 220.127.116.11.0 documentation link:
OBI Apps 18.104.22.168 documentation link:
Hope This Helps
Sunil S Ranka
“Superior BI is the antidote to Business Failure”
Summary of Methods to Protect Archive Log Tapes
I have a client who is concerned about losing archive logs in between full RMAN database and archive log backups, in the event of a loss. I was asked to provide options which I am sharing on this blog. The environment is AIX 6.5 and Oracle 11.2 Standard Edition. Please feel free to comment and share your suggestions.
Options to protect archive log tapes (and the full database) are:
I. Have RMAN take more frequent backups, including archive logs.
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There’s an interesting question on the OTN database forum at present – why does an update of 300,000 rows take a billion buffer visits. (There are 25 indexes on the table – so you might point a finger at then initially, but only one of the indexes is going to be changed by the update so that should only account for around an extra 10 gets per row in a clean environment.)
Well it is now over four months since I wrote the part 1 of this blog. Apologies for the delay but I have been working long hours and travelling so my blog never made it to the top of the pile.
Let us now address what happens when we try to use NULL for maximum/minimum values by modifying the script in part 1:
col "Administrative" format 999.99
col "Application" format 999.99
Note to self.
I will surely write a detailed blog entry later about the issue talking here. But for now, excuse me for the quiz format blog entry.
A few days ago, I was trapped into a very tricky RMAN restore situation for one of our Oracle 10g (10.2.0.4) RAC databases and would like to get your perspective over the issue. Al right, here is the QUIZ for you.
Took an RMAN offline backup to tape with 5