ORA-01157 ORA-01110 ORA-27041 OSD-04002 O/S-Error

I am trying to change the one of the database running on Window server with my domain user But this existing oracle service running on NT Services.

I renamed the database and created a new sid and service started by NT Services and then I tried to start the database, Its throwing the below error

 

SQL> startup pfile=’E:\oracle\INITSIEBUAT.ORA’;
ORACLE instance started.

Total System Global Area 7734296576 bytes
Fixed Size 8764936 bytes
Variable Size (more...)

Data Guard Unexpected Lag

facepalmWhen configuring a physical standby database for Oracle using Data Guard, you need to create Standby Redo logs to allow the redo to be applied in (near) real time to the Standby. Without standby redo logs, Oracle will wait for an entire Archive Log to be filled and copied across to the standby before it will apply changes, which could take quite a while.

Which leads me to the problem I encountered a while ago, (more...)

How to exit out of ed in sql

When you try to edit using ed

SQL> ed
Wrote file afiedt.buf
35
q

1* select count(*) from dba_objects
SQL>

 

Solution :

type ‘ q ‘ and enter

 

Even sometime  if you type q and enter, not working

SQL> ed
Wrote file afiedt.buf
35
;djg;fg;
?
p
/
p
/
i
k
l
m
q
nm
n;

Solution

ctrl + D

 

Use editor vi

SQL> define_editor=vi

SQL> ed
Wrote file afiedt. (more...)

Why document databases are old news…

We’re going to store data the way it’s stored naturally in the brain.

This is a phrase being heard more often today. This blog post is inspired by a short rant by Babak Tourani (@2ndhalf_oracle) and myself had on Twitter today.

How cool is that!!

This phrase is used by companies like MongoDB or Graph Database vendors to explain why they choose to store information / data in an unstructured format. It is (more...)

Off to Poland…

This week I will be speaking at the Polish Oracle User Group annual conference in Sopot, Poland. It looks like a beautiful location for what is a really fun conference. As well as being surrounded by some of the most knowledgeable and excellent technology speakers in the world, there’s also plenty of fun and dancing taking place.

If I am extremely unlucky, I’ll end up swimming in the Baltic Sea. If you are unlucky, (more...)

Which Oracle Release are you using?

Post Date: August 2018!

Recently an awesome Oracle Guru friend of mine questioned someone who was installing 11.2.0.4 with the word “seriously”, which is think shows that Oracle staff sometimes don’t live in the same technological world as the rest of business.

My response was:

11.2.0.4 is normal. In the real world:

– large corps mostly use old versions
– consultants look at current versions
– Oracle staff look (more...)

Oracle Database 18c – Install On-Premises for Linux

Oracle Database 18c was available on Oracle Cloud. Now everybody can download Oracle Database 18c On-Premises for Linux (LINUX.X64_180000_db_home.zip)

Oracle change a little on installation file.
  • OUI does not copy files to Oracle Home
You just extract the zip file to Oracle Home directly and OUI only linking binaries.

I installed Oracle Database 18c on Linux 7.1. Before installation, I set Oracle environments such as (ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_BASE). You can add these settings in oracle user .bash_profile.

A week of PostgreSQL

One of the attractive things of my job is this… Just a bit more often than every now and then, you get the opportunity to get out and meet people to talk about Postgres. I don’t mean the kind of talk I do every day, which has more of a commercial touch to it. – Don’t get me wrong, that is very important too! – But I mean, really talk about PostgreSQL, be part of (more...)

Changing Security Role Password in Oracle GoldenGate 12.3 Microservices

One of the nice things about Oracle GoldenGate 12.3 Microserivces, is the flexibility we now have to interact with Oracle GoldenGate. Additionally, what comes with Oracle GoldenGate 12.3 Microservices is a new role based security frame work.

When you first setup Oracle GoldenGate 12.3 Microservices, you setup your ServiceManager and initial deployment. Upon setting this up, you will assign a new administrator to the frame work. This is a different user than (more...)

Why I picked Postgres over Oracle, part III

This is the final episode of this short series of blog posts on some of my drivers for moving to Postgres from Oracle.
Please do read Part I and Part II of the series if you have not done so. It discussed the topics “History”, “More recently”, “The switch to Postgres”, “Realization”, “Pricing”, “Support” and “Extensibility”.

In summary:

  • Part one focused on “why not Oracle anymore, so much”
  • Part two discussed on the comparison (more...)

Why I picked Postgres over Oracle, part II

Continuing this short series of blog posts on some of my drivers for moving to Postgres from Oracle.
Please do read Part I of the series if you have not done so. It discussed the topics “History”, “More recently” and “The switch to Postgres”.

Realization

In the last months, discussing Postgres with my Oracle peers, playing with the software and the tooling, I actually quite quickly realized Postgres is a lot cooler, at least to (more...)

Why I picked Postgres over Oracle, part I

As with many stories, if you have something to tell, it quickly takes up a lot of space. Therefor this will be a series of blog posts on Postgres and a bit of Oracle. It will be a short series, though…

Let’s begin

History

 I have started with databases quite early on in my career. RMS by Datapoint… was it really a database? Well, at least sort of. It held data in a central (more...)

Oracle Database 12c Release 2 – Long Identifiers

Prior to Oracle Database 12c Release 2 have a problem with long identifier name, for example, in 11.2 version you cannot create long name (max 30 Bytes) tables.  As you see, from screenshots length of table name column is maximum 30.

Creating table with long name

Table Name Column size 30

In Oracle Database 12c Release 2 changed the length of identifier names, and this change depends on the COMPATIBLE initialization parameter. Documentation says:

If (more...)

Oracle Database 12c Release 2 – SQL*Plus History Command


As you know that we can repeat our previous SQL*Plus commands in Windows CMD. But in UNIX based systems not supported command line history of SQL*PLus.  For this reason in UNIX and Linux, we used rlwrap utility to see the SQL*Plus command line history and quickly recall previous SQL*Plus commands.

With seconds release of Oracle Database 12c coming SQL*Plus history command for the history of the command line in Linux.

I want to share some example for this (more...)

OTN EMEA Tour 2017 Baku

OTN EMEA Tour 2017 took place.

Our city Baku also included this tour this year also. We (board of Azerbaijan Oracle User Group) organized the biggest event at Baku  (Park in Hotel) by sponsored Azercell Telecommunication Company. This year 3 Oracle ACE Director  Bjorn Rost (Germany), Gurcan Orhan (Turkey), Heli Helskyaho (Finland) and an Oracle ACE Rene Antunez (Mexica)  are our guests. Attendees of our event listened very interesting Oracle technical topics at the event.

Here is (more...)

Oracle Database 12.2 New Features (Part I) – Application Express

As you know, Oracle Open World 2016 conferences continue at San Francisco (September 18-22, 2016).

At keynote Session, Larry Ellison (CTO of Oracle Corporation) annoucemented the Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service on new database version 12.2. Here is released cloud documentation

There have very interesting little guide for new features of Oracle Database 12c Release 2.
Why littel , because it is not all features of Oracle Database 12c Release 2, have more interesting (more...)

OTN Article: Oracle Database 12c: "Colección automática de estadísticas para cargas masivas"

Oracle Technology Network continue publish our article. My next article published OTN Latina in Spanish language.



You can read this article at : OTN Latina
Oracle Database 12c: "Colección automática de estadísticas para cargas masivas"


You can read this article also in English : http://otechmag.com/magazine/2015/winter/mahir-m.-quluzade.html


My special thanks my friends Joel and Sebastian ! 

Best Regards
Mahir M. Quluzade

Oracle Database 12c: Statistics created as the data was loaded

As you know, Oracle Magazine July/Aug 2015 issue released. You can free subscribe to Oracle Magazine digital edition and you can read here or you can read technical  articles here.

I subscribed Oracle Magazine, in current issue have very interesting articles.

One of interesting article of Oracle Expert Tomas Kyte (as known AskTom) with title: On Learning from Mistakes


In this article Tom talks about Cost Based Optimizer and shown how optimizer learning from mistakes. (more...)

SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

What is SQLcl ? SQLcl is a new command line interface like SQL*PLUS coming along with SQL Developper 4.1 Early Adopter. It is lightweight tool (only 11MB) developed by the SQL Developer team fully compatible with Windows and Unix/Linux. You don’t need to install it so it is totally portable. The tool does need any Oracle … Continue reading SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

The post SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users appeared first (more...)

OTech Magazine Winter 2014 Issue Released!

OTech Magazine Winter 2014 Issue is a more than one hundred page independent Oracle technology magazine especially designed for the holidays.  First part of my Oracle Database In-Memory article series also published in this issue.



You can download the Winter 2014 issue of OTech Magazine here

My special thanks to Oracle ACED Douwe Pieter van den Bos for all efforts. 

Best Regards
Mahir M. Quluzade