Natural disasters, cybercriminals and costly internal mistakes can cause companies to lose critical information. If the appropriate business continuity strategies aren't employed, organizations could lose customers or be subject to sustaining government penalties.
These concerns have motivated database administrators to use programs with strong recovery tools, such as replication, mirroring and failover clustering.
A comparison of sucking data into a table over a db link using DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE.
This particular example is based on something I needed to do in the real world, copying data from one database into another over a db link. Datapump is not available to me. Tables in question happen to be partitioned by a date-like number (boo!) hence some of the specific actions in the detail.
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Some ramblings about Oracle R Distribution 3.1.1.
If I add disks into a diskgroup, then during the rebalance operation, ASM needs to read the data coming from the disks already part of the diskgroup to rebalance them on all the disks (including the new ones).
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A quick tip for keeping a single shared SQL history repository among different installations of SQLDeveloper, for the same user, on distinct computers synchronized with Dropbox.
This seems to be working just fine on Mac OS X and SQLDeveloper 4.0.2 however it's a totally unsupported
Well it's the second half of August and this is my first real post for the month. There are two very good reasons for this:
1) We've just completed a major implementation at one of our clients - a tablet based application using APEX, which completely changes the face of a major arm of the business. It's a groundbreaking application with only one peer in the industry - which users are already claiming superiority to and it's had years to mature. It's been a very enjoyable project with a glowing success story - kudos to my Sage colleagues and the entire team.