Today I helped resolve a problem quickly but to the detriment of my understanding of exactly what was going on and why.
And as part of the quicker resolution, I had to destroy the evidence which would have helped understand better.
So… now need to go back and figure it out if I have time to model it properly, etc.
Here’s what little I know so far.
What happened was that there were a number of application sessions experiencing slowness and contention when executing a recursive stats history cleanup statement.
Version is 22.214.171.124
Oracle recently announced its latest iteration of Exadata – X5-2. It includes a refresh of the hardware to the most recent Xeon® E5-2699 v3 CPUs. These new CPUs boost the total cores count in a full rack to 288. This is higher than the current 8 socket “big machine” version X4-8, which has only 240 cores.
This Log Buffer Edition brings you some blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
Suppose you have a global zone with multiple zpools that you would like to convert into a native zone.
Just a quick note to let you know that this week, while most of North America was enjoying a break, Microsoft released the 6th cumulative update for SQL Server 2014. This update contains fixes for 64 different issues, distributed as follows:
Hi, welcome to RDX! Microsoft finally addressed a bug that could have enabled hackers to initiate man-in-the-middle attacks. The vulnerability was discovered nearly 15 years ago by JAS Global Advisors, a security firm from Chicago.
The flaw, which was dubbed Jasburg, posed grievous concerns for many organizations. In some cases, Jasburg could allow a figure to install malware, manipulate data or create administrator accounts. All of these actions were conducted through a business’s Active Directory.
Over at The Daily Post, our first poetry-focused Blogging U. course, Writing 201: Poetry, has just entered its second week. It’s been a blast, with hundreds of poets sharing their work, experimenting with new forms, and commenting on their peers’ poems.
When you follow the Oracle in-memory / optimizer team, then you have probably seen this…
In part 1 of the series I tried to explain (probably a bit too verbose when it came to session statistics) what the effect is of delayed block cleanout and buffered I/O. In the final example the “dirty” blocks on disk have been cleaned out in the buffer cache, greatly reducing the amount of work to be done when reading them.
Check out the video of US President talking about Data Science and the first Chief Data Scientist of the USA talks about his mission.