For our September 18 friday afternoon quarterly meeting Northeast Ohio Oracle Users Group is lucky to have a great speaker Oracle Ace Director John King presenting. It's the usual networking and free lunch beginning at noon at the Rockside Oracle offices followed by quick business meeting and presentations starting at 1 pm.
Full details on NEOOUG Sept 2015 presentations
November meeting we have Daniel Morgan woo hoo!
Full details out soon over at NEOOUG website
but we have John King from Colorado speaking in September and Daniel Morgan speaking in November for our quarterly meetings.
These guys are both Oracle Ace Directors and great dynamic speakers it should be a great time.
Complete information including bio's and abstracts for the sessions should be out soon.
It's been a busy year apologies for the lack of posts. I have learned a couple of good things oracle related and probably forgotten more but most of the stuff I work on is now somewhat confidential that doesn't make it easy to blog about.
Last week at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland we had a very important visitor. It was Janet Yellen the chairwoman of the well everything the chair of the Federal (more...)
The conference this year was ( as usual ) just absolutely the best ever. It was amazing and content was broad and deep and the speakers just absolutely world class. Thanks to everyone who was involved but especially to all our speakers.
I was absolutely wiped out the week before and after the conference. I think I am getting too old for this kind of thing but the only reason people do this is contributing (more...)
So the GLOC 2015 conference registration is open (GLOC 2015
) ( has been for a while ) and recently we completed posting all the speakers/topics. That's been good darn good.
Just out today is our SAG
( schedule at a glance ) which demonstrates just how good our conference will be. Low cost high quality and just an event that you really should think about being in Cleveland for in may.
The schedule (more...)
Wow I had a great time presenting at RMOUG 2015. The room was absolutely packed and I felt presentation went pretty well ( so let's see what the evaluation numbers show ).
Here is a link (Final version presentation and supporting files
) to zip file containing the final version of the presentation as well the script and sql file shown at the end of the presentation. Please let me know if (more...)
The Cleveland based Great Lakes Oracle Conference 2015 is going to be a big event. Hoping to pass 350 in attendance its going to be two days of track based sessions and a 1/2 day of workshops on monday.
Full details here GLOC 2015
We have a great set of abstracts in already and we want you to consider submitting one before we stop accepting them ( February 9th 2015 ) is last day. (more...)
Please join us next friday for our 1st 2015 regular meeting. Mark Rabne our resident Oracle technical geek will be taking us through major 2014 Oracle technology and application announcements. Kind of a recap of Oracle Open World 2014 major items plus some additional ones after that.
It's the usual deal at the Rockside Road Oracle office so free lunch at noon and networking opportunities. Meeting starts at 1 pm.
Our March meeting will be (more...)
There have been some really strong albums that impressed me this year. I tend to like loud rock stuff but do mix it up somewhat. What follows is just some ramblings:
The Drive By Truckers have a tremendous album out "English Oceans" if you like rock this is a no brainer.
Jolie Hollands "Wine Dark Sea" album is stunningly magnificent. It varies quite a bit rocks out and blues it out and then just charms (more...)
Best wishes for everyone heading into 2015!
I am looking forward to RMOUG Training days 2015 ( speaking there ) while the planning for our conference here in Cleveland GLOC 2015 kicks into high gear.
Our conference has call for abstracts open now and conference registration is also open. For us the registrations typically don't start rolling in big time until March timeframe.
Please consider submitting a presentation abstract!GLOC 2015 speaker applicationGLOC 2015 (more...)
Geez Louise I guess I coulda/shoulda known about this before now.
At some point the oracle software ( 11.2 ish ? 11.1 ish ? ) now starts getting worried and kind of grumpy.
You apparently can get ORA 700's under certain circumstances. It's not a huge problem apparently ( yet ) when the software decides to let you know ... ( but it might become one later maybe ? ).
I saw this one on a new (more...)
Calling all geeks speakers big data nerds and application whiz kids the Great Lakes Oracle Conference ( GLOC ) is open for abstracts/presentation proposals ( May 18-20 2015 ).
This is a growing high quality regional conference in Cleveland where we are hoping to pass 350 ( 400? ) in attendance this year. We have Kerry Osborne and Steven Feuerstein doing keynotes and on Monday 1/2 day workshops before the conference kicks into high (more...)
All ready to roll with RMOUG 2015 Training days presentation "OS Truth, little white lies, and the Oracle Wait Interface".
Best of course to come to RMOUG 2015 Training days ... but this is link to pdf version of the presentation here: John Hurley RMOUG 2015
If you are out there ( very excited personally my first time at this conference ) please kick me and say hello. Ok maybe skip the kicking part ...
Licensing may be required ... please check if applicable.
A query like this can be used to check how much blocking and what session it was ... ( so then you can drill into those blockers sessions ). Probably can be done easily with some kind of rollup query?
Adjust SAMPLE_TIMEs in where clause below.select ash_data.*, substr(sqlinfo.sql_text,1,70)
(SELECT to_char(ash.sample_time,'MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') what_time, count(*) sessions_blocked, ash.event, ash.blocking_session, ash.blocking_session_serial#, ash.sql_id, (more...)
One of my coworkers has this theory ( habit ) of creating new regular indexes on regular table columns. Not compressed indexes or anything special.
He is currently believing ( back from somewhere / not sure of the origin ) that "if a table only gets inserts and deletes" that any indexes created on that table should be set with pctfree set to 0.
I do not agree. In my opinion one should (more...)
So let's be honest at the beginning here.
I have way too many professional certifications for any reasonable semi honest human being. Along with two old Solaris admin certifications 7 and 8 I am ( besides an MBA degree ha ha ) OCP in 7.3 / 8.0 / 8i / 9i / 10g. At one point a ways back I was teaching all the OCP curriculum for a local community college (more...)
This one looks like the real thing ... getting advice to "not skip" the patching process for a whole bunch of things included here.
I'm just saying ...
So in a slight reversal of submit so many presentation abstracts get rejected so many times the Rocky Mountain training days 2015 will be featuring me! Wow pumped yikes this should be a ton of fun!
Ok to be totally honest Maria Colgan is keynoting not me ( shocking news still trying to get over it ).Rocky Mountain training days 2015
Looks like a top batch of speakers and topics ... I only have (more...)
Jim the smooth talking always motivated Oracle Ace Director did two great presentations for us here at NEOOUG on Friday September 19th.
His presentations can be found 12c SQL that almost tunes itself
and 12c How hot is your data?