I’ve been meaning to write this up for a while now, but just haven’t found the time. Anyway, this is a little “gotcha” for those installing 11.2 Grid Infrastructure that care about consistency of naming… Maybe you don’t? Maybe I shouldn’t?
While building a 4 node RAC system I got to the point of:
A question came up on my blog entry http://arup.blogspot.com/2011/01/more-on-interested-transaction-lists.html. I think the question warrants a more comprehensive explanation instead of an answer of a few lines. So I decided to create another blog.
Here was the question:
Could you please explain on the scenario when multiple transactions try to update the same row as well. Will there be any ITL allocated? Yes, I am talking about the real locking scenario.
Here’s an example of how a bug-fix can create problems. It’s a code change in 11.2.x.x and (I believe) 10.2.0.5 relating to the costing of queries involving (but perhaps not restricted to) composite partitioned tables. I first saw this change in an email from Doug Burns, who sent me the 10053 traces from a very [...]
Oracle’s next generation connection pooling solution, Universal Connection Pool, can be a bit tricky to set up. This is especially true when a JNDI data source is to be used-most example don’t assume such a scenario. A lot of information is out there on the net, but no one seems to have given the full [...]
In this ninth part of a ten-part article series on securing Oracle Database XE, you'll learn about default roles, password-enabled roles, and database auditing. This article is excerpted from chapter 31 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).
- Default Roles
By default, all roles granted to a user are enabled when the user connects.
Yesterday I wrote about the application of Bundle Patch 3 to my 2 node RAC cluster. Unfortunately I have run into problems when applying the patches for the GRID_HOME. I promised a fix to the situation, and here it is. First of all I was unsure if I could apply the missing patches manually, but [...]
Pay-by-the-hour options are becoming more common, with Amazon and Oracle are getting even more intimate in the next few months. Yes, you too will be able to pay for a quickie with the king of databases (or queen if you prefer that as a mental image).
It's been almost a month since my last post - it's been January and I'm going to leave it at that.
I thought I'd continue 2011 with a little snippet I wrote to save some of my frustrations.
Occasionally I find myself reading the package spec for an Oracle Apex package, and I'd like to know the synonym name I can refer to it with - or I'm aware of a synonym name and I'd like to pull up the package specification for a look-see.
My client has decided to design and build a completely new replacement system for an aging system running on Oracle Forms 6i on Oracle 8. The new system will have a web frontend, backed by Hibernate (don’t get me started) on top of an Oracle 11gR1 database. Crucially, due to changes to business practices and legislation, the new system has [...]
DBAs must decide what the standard database block size should be when they first creat a new Oracle database. It is virtually impossible to change the standard block size once the database is created, without recreating the entire database. Karen Reliford explains how to create tablespaces with different block sizes.