The fsfreeze command, is used to suspend and resume access to a file system. This allows consistent snapshots to be taken of the filesystem. fsfreeze supports Ext3/4, ReiserFS, JFS and XFS.
A filesystem can be frozen using following command:
Now if you are writing to this filesystem, the process/command will be stuck. For example, following command will be stuck in D (UNINTERUPTEBLE_SLEEP) state:
This blog describes the best-practice approach in regards to the data ingestion from SQL Server into Hadoop. The case scenario is described as under:
This example has been tested using the following versions:
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Data comes in different shapes. One of the these shapes is called a time series. Time series is basically a sequence of data points recorded over time. If, for example, you measure the height of the tide every hour for 24 hours, then you will end up with a time series of 24 data points. Each data point will consist of tide height in meters and the hour it was recorded at.
“What’s for lunch today?”, said the newly born ready to run Red Hat 6.4 server.
“Well, I have an outstanding 3-course meal of OEM12c installation.
For the appetizer, a light and crispy ASM 12c,
DB 12c with patching for the main and desert, and to cover everything up, OEM 12c setup and configuration”, replied the DBA who was really happy to prepare such a great meal for his new friend.
“Ok, let’s start cooking, it won’t take long”, said the DBA and took all his cookware (software), prepared ingredients (disk devices) and got the grid infrastructure cooked:
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A developer reported problems when running a CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE statement in a development database. It was failing with an ORA-00604 followed by an ORA-00001. These messages could be seen again and again in the alert log.
So the other day I was trying to do a fresh installation of a new Oracle EM12cR4 in a local VM, and as I was doing it with the DB 12c, I decided to use the Oracle preinstall RPM to ease my installation of the OMS repository database. Also I was doing both the repository and EM12c OMS install in the same VM, that is important to know.
When reading through the release notes of the latest Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2 AD.C.Delta.6 patch in note 1983782.1, I wondered what they meant by “Simplification and enhancement of adop console messages”. I realized what I was missing after I applied the AD.C.Delta6 patch. The format of the console messaged changed drastically. To be honest, the old console messages printed by adop command reminded me of a program where somebody forgot to turn off the debug feature.
When you try to rollback a weblogic patch in Oracle EBS R12.2, you might run into issues similar to below:
$ ./bsu.sh -remove -patchlist=YIJF -prod_dir=/u01/install/VISION/fs2/FMW_Home/wlserver_10.3 -verbose
Checking for conflicts..
No conflict(s) detected
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