Just a quick wrap up on EM12cR3 upgrade. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised that everything went so smooth. I didn’t expected anything else, but with so how many products and components we have there I got few things in mind. The version I got was already (more...)
This is the last post in this series and I’ll not introduce anything new here, but rather just summarise the changes explained and talk a bit about the value the solution delivers to the organisation.
Let’s first review the situation we faced before implementing the changes.
The cost of writing (more...)
In my work among other things I tune and tweak solutions for EXADATA. Today I’ll write about a big improvement we achieved with a process that moves data from the operational tables to the ones where the history is stored.
This will not be a technical post. While I (more...)
NZOUG 2013 is being held in Wellington at the iconic Te Papa Museum on the beautiful waterfront on the 18th and 19th of March, with an additional Workshop Day on the 20th March.
The conference will see a wealth of brilliant speakers from around the world, including Tom Kyte, Graham Wood, Andrew Holdsworth, John Schiff and Nadia Bendjedou and of course top speakers from Middle Earth (NZ) as well. Tom, Andrew and Graham will be (more...)
Any DBA that has had to file a (more...)
This post is the third in a short series about Oracle 11g ADR. These posts are based on the presentations I gave at the NoCOUG Summer Conference in August 2011 and at the RMOUG Training Days in February 2012.
One of the benefits of the new ADR system is the (more...)
Wherever the DIAGNOSTIC_DEST is (remember that the default is the $ORACLE_BASE (more...)
Today at Amazon AWS re:invent, Amazon announced a cloud service for data warehouse customers. It allows to easily analyse petabytes of data, interacts with known BI solutions, and it’s usually 10 times faster than traditional implementations… queries run really blazing fast! This service is certified by MicroStrategy and Jaspersoft.
Redshift runs (more...)
For several years I’ve been using Oracle and other SQL relational databases. I’ve dedicated most of the time of my researching and developing on Oracle technology. There’s no question that Oracle leads on site installations and that the quality of the products and the ROI is one of the best. (more...)
Just a quick mention when you get the error bellow while trying to create a trigger for example:
CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER AGE_GROUP_TRG
BEFORE INSERT ON AGE_GROUP REFERENCING
NEW AS NEW
FOR EACH ROW
SELECT AGE_GROUP_SEQ.nextval INTO :NEW.AGE_GROUP_ID FROM dual;
ORA-00603: ORACLE server session terminated by fatal error
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [kqlidchg1], , , , , , , , , , , 
ORA-00604: error occurred at recursive SQL level 1
ORA-00001: unique constraint (SYS.I_PLSCOPE_SIG_IDENTIFIER$) violated
00603. 00000 - “ORACLE server session terminated by fatal error”
*Cause: An ORACLE server session (more...)
The Automatic Diagnostic Repository, or "ADR", is a location on disk (more...)
We can’t stop the social flow! Social networks are ruling the world. So as I had some free time lately, I decided do create a facebook fan page. For most of us with a facebook profile visited daily, it’s easier to follow syndications and we’ve got a better (more...)
These days I’m implementing Oracle Dataguard for two Oracle databases 10.2 as part of disaster recovery project, one of them is around 1.7TB, not yet production. As part of the DG setup backups have to be available for both primary and standby. I preferred to use ASM and was able to negotiate with the storage admin to run storage replication for the FRA disks during the backup. This way I would have the same structure and files, locally at the disaster site immediately after the backup of the primary database is completed.
Unfortunately two weeks passed and by (more...)
In the last 10 weeks suddenly I lost 80% of my blog visits… thanks to google! In the last 6 months I found dozens of copycats of posts I wrote and those sites have a greater rank than my legit original blog!
For that, Thank you a lot google… you’re (more...)