I recently came across an issue while exporting a huge partitioned table for a data migration. The export took years without any obvious reason. After some research I found that the parallelism wasn’t working, I could only see one datapump worker at a time, then I found this note explaining the behaviour (Doc ID 1467662.1) … Continue reading Datapump in parallel with a shell script→
The upcoming SLOB 2.4 release will bring improved data loading error handling. While still using SLOB 2.3, users can suffer data loading failures that may appear–on the surface–to be difficult to diagnose.
In this article, we’ll look at the variations of the Oracle LENGTH function – LENGTH2, LENGTH4, LENGTHB, and LENGTHC. Purpose of the Oracle LENGTH2, LENGTH4, LENGTHB, and LENGTHC Function The purpose of these LENGTH function variants is the same as the basic LENGTH function – to find the length of a specified string. However, the […]
From upgrades and cloud migration to Pokémon Go and the modern DBA role, Pythian bloggers had plenty on their minds in 2016. Sit back and enjoy these top performing posts from our business blog, and let us know what you’d like to hear more about in the year ahead.
Pythian wishes you all the best for a productive, and happy 2017, and we look forward to bringing you more of the top trending business content in the year ahead.
The technical community had plenty to get excited about in 2016. From SQL Server announcements and upgrades to an increased focus on cloud migration, there was plenty to keep on top of. While these subjects certainly topped our list of most-viewed blog posts this year, we also saw a continued interest in Oracle, showing us that this powerhouse isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Getting my visa to Russia was not the easiest process. In fact my visa was rejected the first time with no explanation given. I re-applied and 3 days before my trip was to begin, I received my visa and passport in the mail. I had not been to Russia in over 20 years. I lived there for 2 years in the 1990s and never had an occasion to go back.
When trying to connect to a node in the Cassandra Cluster using cqlsh, I get the "Unable to connect to any servers. Tried connecting to [('127.0.0.1', 9042)" message. Learn how to modify the configuration so that the hostname is not required.