It looks like the site maintenance is complete and from my perspective the DNS changes have gone through.
If you go to the homepage and see a message called “Site Maintenance” in the “Site News” section, it means you are being directed to the new server. If you don’t see that it means you are still being directed to the old server and you won’t be able to read this.
I guess it will take (more...)
Just a quick heads-up to you folks…
On Saturday I’ll be transferring my website and blog to a new server. It’s with the same hosting company, so hopefully the DNS changes will not be too drastic.
The site is already in place on the new box and it seems to be working fine, so on Saturday morning I will do a backup of the MySQL databases and transfer them to the new machine, then initiate the (more...)
Oracle have given birth to VirtualBox 4.3.14. Mother and baby are doing well, with the downloads and changelog in the usual places.
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What a cracking Oracle Midlands event!
The evening started with a session on “Designing Efficient SQL” by Jonathan Lewis. The first few slides prompted this tweet.
When someone asks me a question about SQL tuning my heart sinks. It’s part of my job and I can do it, but I find it really hard to communicate what I’m doing. Jonathan’s explanation during this session was probably the best one I’ve ever heard. Rather than trying (more...)
While I was at BGOUG I went for swim each morning before the conference. That got me to thinking, perhaps I should start swimming again…
It’s been 4 weeks since I got back from the conference and I’ve been swimming very morning. It was a bit of a struggle at first. I think it took me 2-3 days to work up to a mile (1600M – about 9M short of a real mile). Since then I’ve (more...)
I wrote about the Code Based Access Control (CBAC) stuff in Oracle Database 12c a while back.
I’ve recently “completed the set” by looking at the INHERIT PRIVILEGES and BEQUEATH CURRENT_USER stuff for PL/SQL code and views respectively.
A few months ago I wrote about some MySQL on Oracle Linux migrations we were working through. It’s been a long time coming, but last weekend was the go-live for this batch of migrations. So far so good!
Most of the elapsed time since my last post on this subject has been spent with the developers and users testing the migrations.
The process has taken a bit longer than some people would have liked. Rather (more...)
I just noticed that KeePass 2.27 has been released.
I was introduced to KeePass at my current job and now I use it for everything at home too. You can read how I use KeePass here.
KeePass 2.27 Released
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I’ve already written about the 12cR3 to 12cR4 upgrade here. I did a few run through’s at home to practice it and it all seemed good.
Setting The Scene
Just to set the scene, for our production environment we run Cloud Control in a VMware virtual machine, using Oracle Linux 6.5 as the quest OS. With that setup, we can use a simple installation (DB and OMS on the same VM) and use VMware (more...)
WebLogic 12cR3 was released towards the end of last week, so this weekend I had an install-fest.
I also did some minor amendments to some existing articles.