Category Archives: Oracle

Top Misconceptions about DBaaS Snapclone

TweetThe last couple weeks I’ve been lucky enough to get time with a new ZFSSA Simulator, (it will be out soon for everyone, so you’ll have to just play with the current one available, patience grasshopper! :)) and spent checking out the newest features available with Database as a Service, (DBaaS) Snapclone via Enteprise Manager […]

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NL History

Even the simplest things change – here’s a brief history of nested loop joins, starting from 8i, based on the following query (with some hints): There’s an index to support the join from t2 to t1, and I’ve forced an (unsuitable) index scan for the predicate on t2. Basic plan for 8i (8.1.7.4) As reported […]

RHEL7 and Oracle Linux 7 beta

Nearly two weeks ago, Oracle announced the Oracle Linux 7 Beta 1. Being the Linux fanboy I am, I downloaded it straight away from here. Oracle Linux is a clone of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution. The RHEL7 beta, and therefore OL7 beta, distro is based on a cut of Fedora 19, although depending […]


RHEL7 and Oracle Linux 7 beta was first posted on April 23, 2014 at 10:15 am.
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Some new Oracle Database 12c Articles

I’ve recently put some new Oracle 12c articles on the website. Code Based Access Control (CBAC) : Granting Roles to PL/SQL Program Units in Oracle Database 12 Release 1 (12.1) Capture Privilege Usage (DBMS_PRIVILEGE_CAPTURE) in Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) The privilege usage stuff is really cool. Normally, trying to figure out what you […]


Some new Oracle Database 12c Articles was first posted on April 22, 2014 at 7:18 pm.
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ASH Analytics- Tracking Down an Issue, Part I

TweetThis is the first of many posts I’ll do where we take a particular issue and trouble-shoot.  I’ll go through multiple scenarios to show the common steps to take via the Enterprise Manager 12c from discovery to identification to research to explanation. This blog will use the following features: ASH Analytics SQL Details ASH Report […]

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What Does oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall Not Do?

I was working on a project to clone Oracle install to a new Linux server and this should be simple as oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall RPM can be used to configure the server, right? So simple that I did not read the documentation. However, I did review Requirements for Installing Oracle 11gR2 RDBMS on RHEL6 or OL6 64-bit…

Running scripts in CDBs and PDBs in Oracle Database 12c

You’ve been sold on the whole concept of the multitenant option in Oracle 12c and you are launching full steam ahead. Your first database gets upgraded and converted to a PDB, so you start testing your shell scripts and bang! Broken! Your company uses CRON and shell scripting all over the place and the multitenant architecture has […]


Running scripts in CDBs and PDBs in Oracle Database 12c was first posted on April 19, 2014 at 4:23 pm.
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Coincindences

I had another of those odd timing events today that make me think that Larry Ellison has access to a time machine. I found (yet another example of a) bug that had been reported on MoS just a few days before it appeared on an instance I was running. How is it possible that someone keeps doing […]

Coincindences

I had another of those odd timing events today that make me think that Larry Ellison has access to a time machine. I found (yet another example of a) bug that had been reported on MoS just a few days before it appeared on an instance I was running. How is it possible that someone keeps doing […]

REPVFY Diagnostics, Part I of…Well, A Zillion

TweetThere are a number of Verification Utilities for Enterprise Manager 12c, (EM12c) and I’ve written about them before, but today I’m going to start on the Repository Verification Utility, (REPVFY).  This will be an ongoing series, as there are so many valuable features rolled into the utility and new ones that will be added as […]

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