ODA X6-2M – How to create your own ACFS file system

In this post I will explain how to create your own ACFS file system (on the command line) that you can use to (temporarily) store data.

So you have this brand new ODA X6-2M and need to create or migrate some databases to it. Thus you need space to store data to import into the new databases you will create.  Or for some other reason. The ODA X6-2M comes with lots of space in (more...)

Oracle Compute Cloud – Uploading My Image – Part Two – Linux 7

In this sequel of part one I will show how you can upload your own (Oracle) Linux 7 image in the IAAS Cloud of Oracle. This post will use the lessons learnt by using AWS which I described here.

The tools used are: VirtualBox, Oracle Linux 7, Oracle IAAS Documentation and lots of time.

With Oracle as Cloud provider it is possible to use the UEKR3 or UEKR4 kernels in your image that (more...)