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Adapting Diagram File to Another Database
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Some of our users have faced the situation when they need to change the connection details of the existing Database Diagram file. Let’s assume the situation when you have several databases with identical schemas which are only located on different MySQL servers and you have created a database model that was saved in a Database [...]
Log Buffer #291, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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While Flex Baumgartner was jumping from the outer space, bloggers of database technologies were adventuring into the vistas of new technologies and sharing their experiences through their blogs. This Log Buffer Edition jumps right into the middle of database blogosphere and brings you Log Buffer #291. Oracle: Jason Lamon is doing OpenWorld 2012 recap and [...]
Amazon RDS – prime time? Time will tell
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A client of ours is just getting started with Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and I wonder as time marches on how popular this cloud solution is going to play out for them and Amazon as a valid/useable service offering. Many times in the past we have encountered off-the-shelf solutions from vendor A based on [...]
Log Buffer #290, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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This Log Buffer Edition once again touches upon the bold and best blog posts from the wide world of Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server. This Log Buffer #290 is all about ideas and their implementation and much more. Oracle: Reliability is inherently a property of systems, not of people, says Paul Vallee. How to restore [...]
Log Buffer #289, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Oracle Open World 2012, this year, was all about Cloud, 12c, Exadata, Fusion, SuperClusters, social media, content management and much more. From operating systems to databases, and from applications to interactive media, professionals all around the world presented, attended, and networked in San Francisco. MySQL’S professionals also rocked massively. SQL Server bloggers also remained actively [...]
Log Buffer #288, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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California’s jewel San Fransisco is sparkling with the colors of Oracle, as the world’s premier Oracle conference Oracle Open World draws very near. Database lovers from across the globe are gathering up in SFO to undergo a life-enchanting experience. This Log Buffer Edition covers that, and the posts related to MySQL and SQL Server in [...]
Log Buffer #286, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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With the summer approaching in Australia and Winter making inroads in Canada, the contrasts are also vivid in the blog posts of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL. Relishing this distinguished medley, Log Buffer Edition is blossoming with new blog posts in Log Buffer #286. Oracle: Julian Dontcheff throws some light on not-much discussed Bloom Filters. [...]
Log Buffer #285, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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If the basics are right, then the foundation is more likely to be solid, and the growth on that foundation is almost sure to follow the progressive path. Bloggers of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL are striving hard to set the basics right of the technology in order to help laying a sound foundation for [...]
Log Buffer #284, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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This Log Buffer Edition is encompassing various blogs across Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL arena. Enjoy the Log Buffer #284. Oracle: Dimitrios Stasinopoulos was trying to install new Guest Additions to VirtualBox4.1.14 to 4.1.18 and all of a sudden…. Denes Kubicek has a good blog post about APEX 4.2. Jonathan Lewis blogs about the bugs [...]
Log Buffer #283, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Besides of voices of Lata Mangeshkar, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and  Celine Dion, the thing which ticks my heart to no bound is the blogs written by various bloggers covering Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL related technologies. This Log Buffer Edition is brimming with those chords in Log Buffer #283. Enjoy !!! Oracle: Angela Poth [...]
Log Buffer #282, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Blogging is the way to express an idea in an informal way by a person, who has either worked with it, or planning to work with it, or has seen it at work. In databases, ideas are the foundations of everything, and these Log Buffer Edition is presenting ideas from bloggers in Log Buffer #282. [...]
Log Buffer #281, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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The Log Buffer Edition is one-stop joint to know about the latest blog entries regarding the database technologies like Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server. Enjoy this Log Buffer #281. Oracle: Whilst working with Oracle BPM Process Composer, Andrew began to receive the following error when opening projects. Christian Screen is moving ODBC DSNs from source [...]
Log Buffer #280, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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This Log Buffer Edition is sparkling with fresh and budding blogs. This Log Buffer #280 is is encompassing Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL blogs. Please give your feedback in the comments. Enjoy Oracle: Kent Graziano shares the best practice about how to create the best data model ever. To compress or not to compress, Apun [...]
Log Buffer #279, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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In a typical organization, all work together to bring out a common good for the outside world. It’s interesting to see how all of these entities blog about technology, and there is more and more interest shown by managerial technologists about the database. This Log Buffer Edition appeases their appetites along with the others in [...]
Log Buffer #278, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Some parts of the world has winter in swing, while the others are savoring or suffering through summers. This variation in weathers is so in-sync with the variety of blog posts sprouting all over the web especially regarding the database technology. This mixed flavor of the database blogs has been captured by this Log Buffer [...]
Log Buffer #277, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Database bloggers are blowing their trumpets at full throttle warming up the hearts of readers across the globe with cool tips, nifty tricks and gems. This Log Buffer Edition in Log Buffer #277 picks those gems and present to you. Oracle: Charles Hooper is dealing with a parallel execution challenge. why a very simple query [...]
MySQL vs. SQL Server
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A new company often means new responsibilities and learning new ways of doing things. For a tech guy, it often means picking up a new framework or maybe if you are a glutton for punishment, a new language. I recently switched OSes, languages, and databases as a DBA/DB Developer. This was quite a massive shift for me. I went from the stable, enterprise database, SQL Server, to the little engine that could, MySQL. Before the switch, I would stew over the fact that SQL Server lacked features in comparison to Oracle or Postgres, but now I realize that there are far better things to worry about (such as non-blocking backups). I just wanted to go over some of the differences I found.

  • MySQL is a collection of binaries that manipulate data files. It is not a monolithic application that persists its data to disk, but instead it
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    Living With Linux
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    I learned how to use a computer on DOS and Windows. My first programming projects were written in QBASIC and my first Web applications were written in VB using ASP on Windows 2000. The first job where I made decent money was developing a SQL Server-based application. I bought my first car, an engagement ring, and a honeymoon with money from making software on Windows. Needless to say, I found a lot of intellectual and financial fulfillment from Windows over the years.

    That first real job also allowed me flexibility in what technology I could employ, and I helped implement a features using Redis on top of Ubuntu. This was a fun time, because my company basically paid me to study a new technology and to gain experience using it. On my own, I began to use Linux and to embrace open-source ideas, one of which is that the consumer

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    Log Buffer #276, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    Sharing knowledge is not only beneficial to others, it also enhances one’s own knowledge and broadens the spectrum. Blogging is all about sharing and this Log Buffer Edition shares some great sharing of our bloggers around the database arena in Log Buffer #276. Oracle: Sometimes it is possible to build a very effective test case [...]
    Log Buffer #275, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    With the rapid advancement in the database technologies, the legacy systems are either being upgraded or they are being replaced or in some cases technologists are finding ways to support them in new ways showing us the flexible nature of databases and the belief of professionals that the sky is the limit. For this Log [...]
    Log Buffer #274, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    Technical blogging has become more than just a way to tell the world what the technologist did. It has become a vibrant medium through which the tech bloggers are sharing their experiences and teaching the interested audience. It has become an enabling technology. This Log Buffer Edition encompasses such vibrant blogs in Log Buffer #274. [...]
    Log Buffer #273, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    Glamour from across the world is sparkling in the South of France, but even that has failed to eclipsed the vivid aura of the database blogs from the realms of Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server. This Log Buffer Edition in Log Buffer #273 covers this glamorous gala of innovation. Oracle: Jonathan Lewis blogs about subquery [...]
    Log Buffer #272, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    It is evident and beyond doubt now that the new media technologies like Twitter and Facebook are not going to wipe-out the blogs, rather they are complimenting each other very nicely and it seems they were made for each other. This Log Buffer Edition enhances this match, and presents you Log Buffer #272. Oracle: It [...]
    Log Buffer #271, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    They say, “April showers bring May flowers.”  They basically say that nature brings different things in different colors aimed at improving the things. That is so true for the blogging world too. This Log Buffer Edition also brings out different blog posts to improve things, so enjoy the Log Buffer #271. Oracle: One of world’s [...]
    Hardware Components Failures – Survey Results
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    When preparing for the the IOUG Collaborate 12 deep dive on deploying Oracle Databases for high Availability, I wanted to provide some feedback on what hardware components are failing most frequently and which ones are less frequently. I believe I have reasonably good idea about that but I thought that providing some more objective data would be better. I couldn’t find and results of a more scientific research so I decided to organize a poll. This blog post shows the results and I promised to share it with several groups.

    The results are also in the presentation material but it might be hidden deep into 100+ slides so here is the

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    Log Buffer #270, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    As the summer in many parts of the world starts, not only the snow is thawing, many bloggers are also coming out of hiatus and the database blogosphere is seeing new sensational activity. This Log Buffer Edition includes blogging tidbits from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL. Enjoy reading Log Buffer #270. Oracle: Oracle’s Timeline, Copious [...]
    Log Buffer #269, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    There is no replacement for the documentation of the database products. There is no alternative of forums for these technologies, and also there is no alter ego for the database blogs. They add up yet another avenue to explore when the professionals need help. This Log Buffer Edition helps professional in identifying few blog posts [...]
    Log Buffer #268, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    Log Buffer Editions are marching along, and this Log Buffer #268 is once again all about Oracle, MySQL, and SQLServer plus some peeks at some of other glittering database technologies like PostgreSQL and DB2. Sit back and enjoy. Oracle: Martin has produced another scenario based blog post about Shrinking Tables to Aid Full Scans. What [...]
    Log Buffer #267, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    It seems like yesterday that the blogs appeared. Over the years they have proved to be of much value for the technical and not-so-technical masses. The big boom in this social media outlet has enabled unprecedented sharing of ideas for the database professionals. The nature of databases and the blogging is to always be changing, [...]
    Log Buffer #266, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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    The purpose of technology is the make the life easier and more quality oriented. It is this virtue of technology which makes it evergreen and sustainable. The unique feature of technology is its innovative nature. Technology blogging is a way for the technologists to rant about technology and throw light at known and unknown corners [...]
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