java.sql.SQLException: JDBC LLR, table verify failed for table 'NP_SOAINFRA.WL_LLR_ADMINSERVER', row 'JDBC LLR Domain//Server' record had unexpected valueThe above error appeared when trying to start Adminserver nothing changed on the DomainSolution :-
Here is a very useful solution to create an Oracle Standby DB without using Data Guard (DG).Oracle DG does not supported in 10g & 11g Standard Editions.Part1 : http://wadhahdaouehi.tn/2014/10/part1-active-passive-high-availability-solution-for-oracle-database-without-dataguard/Part2: http://wadhahdaouehi.tn/2014/10/part-2-active-passive-high-availability-solution-for-oracle-database-without-data-guard/
In addition to improving read I/Os, Oracle Exadata Write back flash cache also provides the ability to cache write I/Os directly to PCI flash. Exadata storage software version 220.127.116.11.1 is the minimum version required to use write back flash cache. Grid infrastructure and database homes must run 18.104.22.168.9 or later to use with Write-back Smart […]
When I have to install a virtualized SQL Server FCI at a customer place as an SQL Server consultant, the virtualized environment usally is ready. I guess this is the same for most part of the database consulting people. Since we therefore lack practice, I have to admit that we do not always know the good configuration settings to apply to the virtualized layer in order to correctly run our SQL Server FCI architecture.
Oracle DataPump Enhancements Full Transportable Export and Import of Data In Oracle 12c you now have the possibility to create full transportable exports and imports. A full transportable export contains all objects and data needed to create a copy of the database. To create a fully transportable export of your database you need to specify [...]
Oracle 12c (version 22.214.171.124) offers the option of using in-memory processing to speed things along. Called the In-memory option it’s installed when you install the 126.96.36.199 software. Using it can make a considerable difference in processing speed, provided you have sufficient resources (RAM) available. Let’s revisit an older example, on Bloom filters, and see if Oracle processes things any faster in-memory.