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The in-memory component duplicates data (specified tables – perhaps with a restriction to a subset of columns) in columnar format in a dedicated area of the SGA. The data is kept up to date in real time, but (more...)
Logger is a PL/SQL logging and debugging framework. It’s used in many organizations to instrument code in their Oracle applications. Tyler Muth created Logger a few years ago and has since released several upgrades, the last being 1.4.0. After some great feedback, I’m pleased to announce (more...)
Tom is not not a fan of public synonyms, here is why:
- public synonyms pollute the namespace.
- public synonyms can lead to security issues.
- public synonyms can lead to a maintenance headache.
- public synonyms are public – no one owns them.
So, instead of public synonyms…
create PRIVATE synonyms or (more...)
If any of this is ticking boxes for you, it’s time to consider what flash could do for the performance of your database:
- I/O wait times are high. Essentially we are looking for high latency from the existing storage system. Flash memory systems should deliver I/O with sub-millisecond (more...)