If you use Oracle Standard Edition to create a production database, you need to be sure to create any corresponding test databases in Oracle Standard Edition too. Otherwise you may find that some SQL might be tested successfully, only to fail when you implement it in production. You can see what I mean in the example below.
If your system meets any of the following criteria:
– Oracle 126.96.36.199.0 or higher
/> – Partitioned tables
/> – Parallel query heavily used
/> – Bind variables in use, as they should be
and, you’re seeing unusually high “cursor: pin S wait on X” waits, then you may want to know that this week, patch 21834574 was released.
When you install Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) as the gateway for your Oracle Application Express (APEX) applications, you run the java -jar ords.war command to configure ORDS, including specifying connection strings and passwords for the service accounts apex_public_user, apex_listener and apex_rest_public_use
This is a brief article about workload management in RAC. I tried to cover different components of workload management in RAC and how they are configured at client side or server side. I haven’t gone into details of configuration steps but just mentioned in brief about how it can be done.
Readers are advised to refer Oracle documentation to understand details about configuration of workload management.
Workload management on RAC
There are 2 major components of workload management:
July 2015 Critical Patch Updates and Patch Set Updates were released.
New stable major release 5.0 of Virtual Box has been announced today and it's available for download. New features/capabilities include:
Oracle Database 12c comes with another significant change regarding using of Infrastructure Repository Databases and which could eventually make things more complicated. Before upgrade of Oracle Database, Database Administrator or a person responsible for Software Asset Management (and Licensing) should be familiar with changes in Licensing policy which come with new release and their implications. At first let me start with little comparison of probably the most frequently used versions in production 10gR2, 11gR2 and new 12cR1 to see an "evolution".
There are several methods how to start Oracle Database automatically during/after OS boot. You can use Oracle CRS, other clusterware or init implemented in Linux. Starting RHEL 7 SysV init has been replaced by systemd or simply said systemd is the new init system.