"Let me try once more," he said in an effort to explain. "In other words--"
"You mean you have other words?" cried the bird happily. "Well, by all means, use them.
You're certainly not doing very well with the ones you have now."
- Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth
A seemingly constant battle in many forums is getting those who post questions to be clear in what they are asking. Some questions are (more...)
This is no regular bit of work and it will probably (and hopefully) never hit you in a production setup…
The prerequisite is that you know how on-line data replication in general, and Dbvisit Replicate specifically, work.
The following case is true:
I had half of a replication pair running.
It means that the MINE process was running, converting REDO-log in PLOG-format. The APPLY process had not yet started because the target database was (more...)
I recently upgraded to CrashPlan 4.3.0 which I use to backup my Synology to a remote location.
On Synology, you can only use CrashPlan in a headless manner, so I am running “the head”, the client, from my MacBook.
After the update to CrashPlan 4.3.0, I was unable to connect to the engine running on my Synology. And that is a pain, as I cannot control the CrashPlan setup anymore, which (more...)
It's very important to have your SQL client to take full advantage of your local PeopleSoft installation. In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you how to get your SQL Developer up and running in minutes.
If you want to have your own local PeopleSoft installation, look no further. This post shows you exactly what I did to install PeopleSoft 9.2 / PeopleTools 8.54 on my Windows 8.1 laptop using Oracle VM Virtualbox.
When there's an email id displayed on a page, wouldn't it be cool for your users to be able click on it and have their email client (like Microsoft Outlook) open up a blank mail with the email id and subject line filled in? Here's how to do it in PeopleCode.
This week one of our developers highlighted the fact that the DBMS_SCHEDULER on one of our 188.8.131.52 databases was running jobs an hour later than scheduled until just recently, when the clocks went back (26/10/2014) for British Summer Time (BST) …and now they’re running on-time again! I’d not seen this before, and at first I thought we
Inspired by the recent furore around Shellshock I decided that it was time to try an alternative to bash. By the very grown up process of shutting my eyes and poking my finger at the results of a search for “shell” I ended up at fish shell, described by the project as “a command line shell for the 90s”. I’m presuming that this means the 1990s and is not a minimum age requirement.
I have installed SQL Developer (with JDK) on Windows many times before, and almost all the time I receive the system error bellow when trying to execute it by the first time. Due to this, I decided to publish the…
At March I will be presenting my very successful seminar “Mastering Backup and Recovery” in some countries of Latin America for the very first time. Thank you Panama, Chile and Brazil OUGs for inviting me to your amazing countries! Please, use the following links for registration and also to find more information about the seminar: […]
Hi All, On February 4, 2014 at 9:30 am PT I will be talking on the next OTN Virtual Developer Day about Oracle VM and Oracle Database. Come and discover the answers for the following questions: Does an Oracle Database perform well on a virtualized environment? What virtualization technology is more stable and […]
Some time ago, I received the request to migrate some Windows 2008 Servers to my Oracle VM farm and after complete the P2V migration the newly create VM would not start. It would crash on boot with blue screen and error: STOP: 0x0000007B (0xXXXXXXXX,0xXXXXXXXX,0×00000000,0×00000000) This issue is related to the storage drivers needed for the guest […]
I hit the following problem with a 184.108.40.206 database running on Windows 2003 this morning (info pulled from the alert log). The database had failed to restart after a client’s cold backup process ALTER DATABASE MOUNT Wed Jan 15 22:32:08 2014 ORA-09341: scumnt: unable to mount database OSD-04400: unable to acquire internal semaphore for process
I’ve been trying to install open source software. In this case an application called Moodle. I followed the instructions to install it on an Ubuntu Server vm but they were missing a couple of key points.
After installing the Moodle package (under “Moodle Installation” in the instructions) you need to (more...)
Top 5 Key Reasons Why Oracle VM is Best for Oracle Database When: Tuesday December 17th , 10am PST Register Here: http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=725350&s=1&k=1512E332202610FE9518AB8B01354C6A&partnerref=Francisco Oracle VM application-driven architecture is designed for rapid deployment and ease of lifecycle management providing IT a highly scalable and cost effective virtualization solution for Oracle (more...)
Some time ago I made a benchmark exercise to compare the performance of an Oracle Database running in a bare metal environment versus a virtualized environment to clear some of the main questions our team and clients in Revera have,…
We will complete our lab by installing the Oracle Database software, create a Pluggable database and take a look in the Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express. The steps to install and create an Oracle Database 12c are: 1 – Go…