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Log Buffer #389, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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As the Oracle Open World draws near, bloggers of MySQL and Oracle are getting more excited and productive. SQL Server bloggers are also not far behind. This Blog Edition covers that all.

Oracle:

What’s New With Fast Data at Oracle Open World 2014?

JASPIC improvements in WebLogic 12.1.3 Arjan Tijms.

Larry Ellison Stepping …



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Benchmark: TokuDB vs. MariaDB / MySQL InnoDB Compression
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As the amount of data companies are interested in collecting grows, life becomes all the more difficult for IT staff at all levels within an organization. SAS Enterprise storage devices that were once considered giants are now being phased out in favor of SSD Arrays with features such as de-duplication, tape storage has pretty much been abandoned and the same goes without saying for database engines.

For many customers just storing data is not enough because of the CAPEX and OPEX that is involved, smarter ways of storing the same data are required and since databases generally account for the greatest portion of storage …

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Log Buffer #388, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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In order to expand the knowledge about database features of any kind, blogs are inevitable these days. Whether its Oracle, MySQL, or SQL Server blogs writers are contributing like never before and this log buffer edition skims some of it.

Oracle:

The Oracle Utilities family of products use Oracle standard technology such as the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware (a.k.a. Oracle WebLogic).

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Log Buffer #387, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Benefits of blogs transcends the technologies as they not only enable the bloggers to pen down their valued experiences but also provide readers to get first hand practical information. This Log Buffer Edition shares those benefits from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.

Oracle:

Cloud Application Foundation is the innovator’s complete and integrated modern cloud application infrastructure, built using best of breed components, such as Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, the industry’s best application server for building and deploying enterprise …

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Log Buffer #386, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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If you ever wanted an easy-peazy way to get few of the best blog posts of the week from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL then Log Buffer Editions are the place to be.

Oracle:

The Product Management team have released a knowledge article for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) 11.1.2.2.x and 11.1.2.3.x containing details for EPM support with Internet Explorer (IE) 11.

As if anyone needs to be reminded, …

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Tungsten Replicator: MariaDB Master-Master and Master-Slave Topologies
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A common concern in the MySQL community is how to best implement high availability for MySQL. There are various built-in mechanisms to accomplish this such as Master/Master and Master/Slave replication using binary logs as well as FOSS solutions such as Galera and Tungsten, just to name a few. Often times, IT Managers and DBAs alike opt to avoid implementing a third party solution due to the added administrative overhead without fully evaluating the available solutions. In today’s blog post, I would like to describe the process for configuring a Master/Slave topology and switching to a Master/Master topology with Tungsten …

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Building a MariaDB Galera Cluster with Docker
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There’s been a lot of talk about Docker for running processes in isolated userspace (or the cloud for that matter) lately. Virtualization is a great way to compartmentalise applications  and processes however the overhead of virtualization isn’t always worth it – in fact, without directly attached storage IO degradation can seriously impact performance. The solution? Perhaps Docker… With its easy to use CLI as well as the lightweight implementation of cgroups and kernel namespaces.

Without further ado, I present a step-bystep guide on how to build a MariaDB 5.5 Galera Cluster on Ubuntu 14.04. The same guide can probably be applied for …

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Critical MySQL 5.6 bug: GRANTs and replication
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Critical MySQL 5.6 bug: any user with GRANT privileges can unwillingly cause all replicas to break

The latest major release of MySQL brought us a lot of new and exciting features. As always, new features come with brand new bugs waiting to bite you in the least expected way.

I was implementing a monitoring system for a client and needed to create a new dedicated user. I went ahead and granted the usual basic privileges but later, I discovered that this user also needed the REPLICATION CLIENT privilege because the monitoring needed it to check for replication status.

No big deal, let’s grant this as well. Unfortunately I did …

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Oracle OpenWorld 2013 – Bloggers Meetup
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Oracle OpenWorld 2013 is just few weeks away, and of course, we are organizing the Annual Oracle Bloggers Meetup — one of your top favorite events of OpenWorld.

What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2013

When: Wed, 25-Sep-2013, 5:30pm

Where: Main Dining Room, Jillian’s Billiards @ Metreon, …

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Log Buffer #310, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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There are so many great blogs out there regarding Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL and various other database technologies. Keeping track of all of them is no less than a Herculean task. This Log Buffer Edition is an effort to pick few of those great blog posts to appreciate the oceans of database blogs out there.

Oracle:

Nial Litchfield recently reviewed a table with no fewer than 23 indexes on it.

Toon Koppelaars asks. …

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