During this summer time in Northern hemisphere, and winter time in Southern hemisphere, the bloggers are solving key problems either by sitting besides the bonfire, or enjoying that bbq. This Log Buffer Edition shares both of these with them.
3 Key Problems To Solve If You Want A Big Data Management System
After observing CPU core sharing with Amazon Web Services EC2, I thought it would be interesting to see if Microsoft Azure platform exhibits the same behavior.
Signing up for Azure’s 30-day trial gives $200 in credit to use over the next 30-day period: more than enough for this kind of testing. Creating a new virtual machine, using the “quick create” option with Oracle Linux, and choosing a 4-core “A3″ standard instance.
Many times we have been called for the poor performance of a database and it has been narrowed down to a SQL statement. Subsequent analysis have shown that the execution plan has been changed and a wrong execution plan was being used.
Resolution normally, is to fix the execution plan in 11g by running
There are many scenarios when a SysAdmin has to do a “box walk” of the entire infrastructure to execute a command across many servers. This is universally accepted as one of the less glamorous parts of our job. The larger the infrastructure, the longer these box walks take, and the greater chance that human error will occur.
New technologies, new ideas, and new tips are forthcoming in abundance in numerous blog posts across Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL. This Log Buffer Edition covers many of the salient ones.
Wither you use a single OEM and migrating to a new OEM or have multiple OEMs, the need to move templates between environments will arise.
Apps password change routine in Release 12.2 E-Business Suite changed a little bit. We have now extra options to change password, as well as some manual steps after changing the password using FNDCPASS.
Of course, everyone knows Hadoop as the solution to Big Data. What’s the problem with Big Data? Well, mostly it’s just that Big Data is too big to access and process in a timely fashion on a conventional enterprise system. Even a really large, optimally tuned, enterprise-class database system has conventional limits in terms of its maximum I/O, and there is a scale of data that outstrips this model and requires parallelism at a system level to make it accessible.
With the revamp of technology stack in R12.2 of Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) , the way we integrate Oracle Access Manager (OAM) has changed. R12.2 now is built on Weblogic techstack, which drastically changed how it integrates with Other Fusion Middleware Products like OAM
Here is a overview of Steps to configure OAM with EBS R12.1
I’ve been doing some testing to clarify what a vCPU in Amazon Web Services actually is. Over the course of the testing, I experienced inconsistent results on a 2-thread test on a 4-vCPU m3.xlarge system, due to the mislabeling of the vCPUs as independent single-core processors by the Linux kernel. This issue manifests itself in a CPU-bound, multithreaded workload where there is idle CPU time.