The RAC SIG, Oracle and IOUG are thrilled to present the hands-on event dubbed “RAC Attack!” at Collaborate09 in Orlando, FL. It is a half-day University Session in the IOUG Forum scheduled for the morning of Thursday, May 7th.
Each participant will have their own private RAC cluster to use. You’ll be able to install a new cluster, test session failover, perform backup and recovery and just about anything else you’d like to try (time permitting). The session will have lab outlines with very specific instructions that cater to beginners. Advanced users are welcome to test anything (more...)
I’ll be the first to offer a large congratulations to Jeremy Schneider on being the most recent appointment to the Oracle ACE program. He certainly deserves it (I nominated him, so I suppose I would think so) and I continue to look for great things to come.
Jeremy is the main creator of the IOUG RAC Attack! event that was held for the first time back in August 2008. He (with help from others) will also be putting it on as a half-day session at Collaborate 09. It’s a University Seminar on Thursday morning. All hands-on, all RAC, all the (more...)
I’ve been busy this February “playing around/studying” on the following:
1) Oracle Security products (Advance Security Option, Database Vault, Audit Vault, Data Masking, etc. etc.). Well, every organization must guard their digital assets against any threat (external/internal) because once compromised it could lead to negative publicity, lost revenue, litigation, lost of trust.. and the list goes on.. I’m telling you, Oracle has a lot to offer (breadth of products and features, some of them are even free!) on this area and you just need to have the knowledge to stitch them..
I’ll recommend a great book on Security, (more...)
After a long wait, I have received the Oracle 10g RAC Expert Certification Kit in my hands today, as I have already taken this exam (1Z0-048) in the month of August-2008. More or less it took more than three months to reach in my hands.
Best of luck everyone who is preparing for the Oracle 10g RAC Expert Exam – 1Z0-048.
Check my other blog post on “How to prepare for 1Z0-048 - Oracle 10g RAC Certified Expert Exam.”
The Oracle RAC SIG
are putting on an event in a few weeks in Chicago, August 4th and 5th. It is called the IOUG RAC Attack!
(awesome name, I wonder who came up with it). Since my current job entails supporting an Oracle RAC environment (2 5-node clusters) and we have some newer members who are a bit green in the RAC arena, I thought it would make sense to check into the event and agenda to see if it is worthwhile to send some people to this.
From looking at the agenda and the quality speakers they (more...)
Oracle Technology Network announces that “Oracle Unbreakable Linux support customers at the Basic and Premier support levels now can download and deploy Oracle Clusterware at no additional license fee or support cost.”
Oracle Unbreakable Linux.
Before this the clusterware needed at least one Standard Edition License.
Now you can download the clusterware and use it as an extension of your Linux to make virtually any application highly available even without having an Oracle Database Server.
For more info on this and ready made scripts see my previouse post on how to protect a single instance database with the clusterware.
Database creation in RAC environment( 2 instances). can not rely on dbca always CREATE PARAMETER FILE AND PLACE IT IN SHARED LOCATION (O:\TEST\INITTEST.ORA shared location here ) AS FOLLOWING SO THAT BOTH RAC INSTANCES CAN SHARE IT. point to this pfile/spfile from individual instance home/dbs. # START OF INITTEST.ORA *.aq_tm_processes=1*.test1.background_dump_dest='D:\Oracle\admin\test1\bdump'*.