Thanks to everyone that attended my session. Here’s a quick link to a zip file with the scripts I used in my Controlling Execution Plans Workshop presentation.
I did a workshop at ECO 2015 today. It was a lot of fun. I’ve done numerous presentations on SQL Profiles, SQL Patches and Baselines in the past, but this session was a no-slides, hands on demo of some of the scripts I use. I also showed some scripts that can be used to re-write SQL on the fly using a new feature of 12c called SQL Translation Framework. Here is a zip file that (more...)
Here are links to the presentations for the OTN Latin America Tour 2015.
Just a quick note that I posted slides for the 2 talks I did at ECO in Raleigh this week:
Great crowd. I really enjoyed myself.
Note: You can also find other presentations on my Whitepapers/Presentations page via the link at the top of the screen.
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SQL> ALTER SYSTEM SET inmemory_size = 5T SCOPE=spfile; ALTER SYSTEM SET inmemory_size = 5T SCOPE=spfile * ERROR at line 1: ORA-32005: error while parsing size specification [5T] SQL> ALTER SYSTEM SET inmemory_size = 5120G SCOPE=spfile; System altered.
I spoke at a one day DOUG meeting yesterday. It was pretty cool. Very small intimate group of about 50. The speakers were Nitin Vengurlekar, Charles Kim, Cary Millsap and myself. All are Ace Directors and either work at Viscosity or Enkitec. As a bonus, Tanel Poder showed up to weigh in on some open discussion. Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I promised the group I would post my slides and a zip file with (more...)
Here’s a quick rundown of places I plan to be during the week.
|Sunday 9/28/14 3:30||Expert Oracle Exadata: Then and Now [UGF6626]||I’ll be participating in the Exadata Then and Now Panel with Tanel Poder, Andy Colvin, Martin Bach, Karl Arao, Frits Hoogland and anyone else we can drag in. The idea is to get book authors from “Apress Expert Oracle Exadata” version 1 and version 2 (due out by the (more...)|
I started looking into In-Memory on RAC this week. Data can be distributed across RAC nodes in a couple of different ways. The default is to spread it across the available nodes in the cluster. So if you had a 2 node cluster, roughly 50% of the data in your table or partition would be loaded into the column store in each of the 2 instances.
SYS@dw1> alter table kso.skew inmemory; (more...)
In preparation for our upcoming 12c In-Memory Webcast @CaryMillsap, @TanelPoder, and I solicited questions from members of the universe at large on the interweb. We got a question about how In-Memory works with the 12c multi-tentant option and it got me thinking so I gave a quick try. As it turns out, it works about as you would expect. The basic idea is to turn it on for the container DB (which is where the (more...)