If you’re building a “finance-ey” application you probably have plenty of fields that should show and accept monetary amounts – and quite possibly these items may be implemented in a variety of ways – ordinary apex number items, edit fields in tabular reports, or even dynamically generated items using Aug 24, 2014 11:07pm
Please enlighten me.
I recently read a blog post by Kyle Hailey regarding some lack of randomness he detected in the Orion I/O generator tool. Feel free to read Kyle’s post but in short he used dtrace to detect Orion was obliterating a very dense subset of the 96GB file Orion was accessing.
After the previous demonstration of adding a new DiskGroup, I now demonstrate migrating the DiskGroup to a new pair of disks.
First, I create a table in the Tablespace on that DiskGroup.
[root@node1 ~]# su - oracle
SQL*Plus: Release 188.8.131.52.0 Production on Sun Aug 24 22:17:28 2014
Yes I was nominated by Ronald Vargas in Costa Rica to take up the challenge. Here is the video. My nominees are Mark Rittman, Heli Helskyaho and Chet Justice (aka Oracle Nerd) You have 24 hours to take up the challenge and to post a video for all to see :-)
I keep hearing about “Center of Excellence”. The term makes no sense to me. What does it mean? The middle (center) of wonderfulness? A place (center) where one goes to become excellent? Lately I’ve been hearing it used to describe our lab which is just a collection of computer equipment. In our case it’s a bunch of Oracle Engineered Systems. Our lab is really cool because we have a bunch of bad ass toys. I have even started hearing people refer to it as the Oracle Engineered Systems Center of Excellence, which doesn’t really roll off the tongue does it?