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Log Buffer #325, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Close your eyes and imagine an affordable holiday featuring islands, pools, simmering white sandy beaches, and clubs. Chances are that you’re thinking about a resort in Hawaii, Fiji or French Polynesia. Now picture such a trip right now. I’ll give you a second. Still wondering? Yep, it’s this edition of Log buffer. :)

Oracle:

Bobby has hacked a script together Tuesday night to figure out how to fit all his production data files and temp files on a development server for a RMAN restore of a production …

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Log Buffer #324, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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A blog post is a composition in an informal verse, usually characterized by the sharing of ideas, experiences, and opinionated news. This vivid explanation of valuable ramblings about the database technologies is what makes this Log Buffer Edition again.

Oracle:

Owen Allen got a question about the Management Credentials that are used for managing assets in Ops Center.

Nicolas Gasparotto carries on with his Prompt-free Appliance …

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Log Buffer #323, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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The onslaught of blogs is hard to ignore and underestimate. Blogging has become part of technologists everywhere, including the database professionals and evangelists. This Log Buffer Edition appreciates that and consists of blogs from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.

Oracle:

Dass Oracle in Version 11 unter bestimmten Umständen große serielle Full Table Scans (FTS) mit Hilfe von Direct Path Reads durchführen kann, ist schon häufig erwähnt worden (hier im Blog mindestens in drei Artikeln) – zuletzt …

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Log Buffer #322, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Log Buffer’s collection of blogs from across the world of various databases is all about nifty features, cool tricks, pragmatic tips, real world war stories, and much more.

Oracle:

Ops Center uses an Oracle Database to store product data. Normally you’ll use the Ops Center UI and won’t access the database directly, but it can occasionally be useful to see the database contents directly.

The “Oracle Fusion Financials 11g …

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Log Buffer #321, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Can’t find what you want or need? Do you have a tip or trick to share? Do you want to lament over a technical woe? If yes, then blog and send it to us for the Log Buffer, just as this one contains tips, tricks, and woes.
Oracle:

Fahd Mirza and Tanel Poder throw the spotlight on the …


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Log Buffer #320, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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The red carpet has been laid down at this Log Buffer Edition, and you can witness and cheer the cat-walking blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL. Every one of them is chic, elegant, and sensual in its own right. Enjoy.
Oracle:

Create colored heat maps in SQL*Plus with Kyle Hailey.

Here’s a quick and dirty script to create a procedure (in the SYS schema – so be careful) to check the Hakan Factor for an object.


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Log Buffer #319, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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This week again, the Log Buffer Edition covers the exciting and ever-evolving galaxies of Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server.

Oracle:

When does an Oracle process know it’s on Exadata?

MobaXterm 6.3 has been released. You can find the download and changelog in the usual place.

A …

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Log Buffer #318, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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News and views are an integral part of our modern daily life. When it comes to the information-hungry roles such as database professionals, such need becomes more pressing. Log Buffer is one way to keep abreast of news and views from the world of Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.

Oracle:

There is a significant update SLOB 2, Kevin Closson informs.

Charles Hooper is …

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On the threshold
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When you setup a monitoring system for SQL Server, you often use thresholds to determine when an instance is healthy. You might say that you want to be alerted when CPU use is over 90% or when there’s only 10% of disk space left. The trouble with these thresholds is that they will often throw off false positives, or send you an alert when really nothing is wrong. Simple thresholds often have to be tuned to the individual instance, since a server with 10 TB still has 1 TB of space left at 90% disk use.

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Extending Reporting Services
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I am doing a reporting proof-of-concept (POC) for my company. Business intelligence (BI) is often the last thing that gets thought of during an application’s life cycle because it’s only really necessary after you get customers. Before that, the main focus is on application features. Soon after launch, your coworkers and your customers start asking questions about usage and adoption, and customers start to ask for summary information on their data as well as just dumping their data. If you’re the only guy in charge of the database, this is often overwhelming.

Thankfully, we now …

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