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From Collaborate 11: Diagram of actions which should be performed when error found.

This year I was speaking at Collaborate 11 about actions one need to perform when find her SQL application behaves wrongly.


New thing which was not presented in my earlier notes is simple how-to of how to deal with replication errors. You can find this in second presentation.


Slides are here: part 1 and part 2.


I also created PDF diagram which can be print and used as visual aid for cases when you meet an error. You can download it here or at the Conference website here (see file for session 410).

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Oracle is not to blame for Sun’s open source failings

Oracle announced on Friday that it is to discontinue its commercial interest in the OpenOffice.org project, prompting a barrage of criticism from the open source faithful with regards to its approach to the open source applications project, and community in general.

The company was accused of being community-hostile, for example, and comparisons were also made to Colonel Gadhafi, while a translation of the press release into “plain English” apparently shed new light on the announcement.

In truth though, the language …

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Life at Oracle

It's now been 12 months since Oracle absorbed Sun. A lot has happened in that time, and the good news is that Sun's technology has a new lease on life. Reviewing my blog entries over the last 2 or 3 years, most of them were focussed on MySQL and T-series systems. Lots of good things are happening with both product lines.

As for me, I've been working on SPARC Supercluster. More on this topic later... ;-)

Life at Oracle

It's now been 12 months since Oracle absorbed Sun. A lot has happened in that time, and the good news is that Sun's technology has a new lease on life. Reviewing my blog entries over the last 2 or 3 years, most of them were focussed on MySQL and T-series systems. Lots of good things are happening with both product lines.

As for me, I've been working on SPARC Supercluster. More on this topic later... ;-)

Life at Oracle

It's now been 12 months since Oracle absorbed Sun. A lot has happened in that time, and the good news is that Sun's technology has a new lease on life. Reviewing my blog entries over the last 2 or 3 years, most of them were focussed on MySQL and T-series systems. Lots of good things are happening with both product lines.

As for me, I've been working on SPARC Supercluster. More on this topic later... ;-)

Spring saving time: watch your TIMESTAMPs

Every March we have a lot of bug reports and support issues about Daylight Saving Time changes.


General rule here is to remember 1 hour at March, 27 night will be missed in most of European countries: for example in Moscow after 01:59:59 next time will be 03:00:00. And yes, I am too late for America =)


MySQL handles such timestamps properly, therefore expect no such time and date will be inserted in STRICT mode and next valid date will be inserted for not existent time in forgiving mode. For Moscow '2011-03-27 03:00:00' will be inserted if you try to insert timestamps in '2011-03-27 02:00:01' - '2011-03-27 02:59:59' range.


You can see how Europe switch to DST at http://www.timeanddate.com/news/time/europe-starts-dst-2011.html Please note some countries such as …

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Spring saving time: watch your TIMESTAMPs

Every March we have a lot of bug reports and support issues about Daylight Saving Time changes.


General rule here is to remember 1 hour at March, 27 night will be missed in most of European countries: for example in Moscow after 01:59:59 next time will be 03:00:00. And yes, I am too late for America =)


MySQL handles such timestamps properly, therefore expect no such time and date will be inserted in STRICT mode and next valid date will be inserted for not existent time in forgiving mode. For Moscow '2011-03-27 03:00:00' will be inserted if you try to insert timestamps in '2011-03-27 02:00:01' - '2011-03-27 02:59:59' range.


You can see how Europe switch to DST at http://www.timeanddate.com/news/time/europe-starts-dst-2011.html Please note some countries such as …

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Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 available
On September 8, 2010 Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3

Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3, built on the solid foundation of Oracle Solaris, offers the 
most extensive Oracle enterprise High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions for the 
largest portfolio of mission-critical applications.

Integrated and thoroughly tested with Oracle's Sun servers, storage, connectivity 
solutions and Solaris 10 features, Oracle Solaris Cluster is now qualified with Solaris 
Trusted Extensions, supports Infiniband for general networking or storage usage, and can 
be deployed with Oracle Unified Storage in Campus Cluster configurations. It extends its 
applications support to new Oracle applications such as Oracle Business Intelligence, 
PeopleSoft, TimesTen, and MySQL Cluster.

The single, integrated HA and DR solution enables multi-tier deployments in virtualized 
environments. In this release, Oracle Solaris Containers clusters supports even more 
configurations …
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Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 available
On September 8, 2010 Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3

Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3, built on the solid foundation of Oracle Solaris, offers the 
most extensive Oracle enterprise High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions for the 
largest portfolio of mission-critical applications.

Integrated and thoroughly tested with Oracle's Sun servers, storage, connectivity 
solutions and Solaris 10 features, Oracle Solaris Cluster is now qualified with Solaris 
Trusted Extensions, supports Infiniband for general networking or storage usage, and can 
be deployed with Oracle Unified Storage in Campus Cluster configurations. It extends its 
applications support to new Oracle applications such as Oracle Business Intelligence, 
PeopleSoft, TimesTen, and MySQL Cluster.

The single, integrated HA and DR solution enables multi-tier deployments in virtualized 
environments. In this release, Oracle Solaris Containers clusters supports even more 
configurations …
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Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 available
On September 8, 2010 Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3

Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3, built on the solid foundation of Oracle Solaris, offers the 
most extensive Oracle enterprise High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions for the 
largest portfolio of mission-critical applications.

Integrated and thoroughly tested with Oracle's Sun servers, storage, connectivity 
solutions and Solaris 10 features, Oracle Solaris Cluster is now qualified with Solaris 
Trusted Extensions, supports Infiniband for general networking or storage usage, and can 
be deployed with Oracle Unified Storage in Campus Cluster configurations. It extends its 
applications support to new Oracle applications such as Oracle Business Intelligence, 
PeopleSoft, TimesTen, and MySQL Cluster.

The single, integrated HA and DR solution enables multi-tier deployments in virtualized 
environments. In this release, Oracle Solaris Containers clusters supports even more 
configurations …
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