I'm going to take advantage of the fact I live in a city so remote to many others in this amazing community, and schedule this post for my local 8am time. It's seems my schedule didn't work. Not the first fail from blogger... This might get me as one of the first posts in what's hopefully an interesting day amongst Oracle bloggers.
Tim Hall, a great producer of resources for Oracle technologists, suggested bloggers new and old post about their favourite feature, in appreciation for the professional network that is OTN.
Why : because this feature is Simple. It is_almost_ no hassle to activate, and it had a Good Effect where we needed it. Simple.
Why not: If you need this feature badly, you probably got something wrong in the design of the application. But hey: our app was an off-the-shelf COTS package, and the users took advantage of the software in ways that had never been envisaged 10 years ago...
Yes, this is well-known and the process has been described in Exadata Write-Back Flash Cache – FAQ (Doc ID 1500257.1) but what the note fails to make clear is that you do NOT have to restart cell services anymore hence resync the griddisks!
Türk Hadoop Kullanıcıları Grubu(TRHUG) senelik toplantısı 25 Kasım Cuma günü Kozyatağı Hilton ‘da EMC sponsorluğunda gerçekleşecek. Bu sene Pivotal açık kaynağın başındaki isim Roman Shaposhnik açılış konuşmasını yapacak. Kapanışta bir workshop’da yapacağız bu sene. Katılım ücretsiz, biletler sınırlı, acele edin ;) http://www.eventbrite.com/e/trhug-2016-registration-28265722537?aff=twitter