As the festive season of holidays draws near, there is a spring in the blogosphere. This Log Buffer edition anticipates that and picks some lively blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
- Truncate is one of those commands that cannot be undone trivially…In fact, you might well be looking at a database recovery in order to get a truncated table back to a “full” state.
- It should be rare to see many TNS listener processes running on 1 OS. Some listeners are even Global Data Services listener.
- The fact that an extension explicitly created by a user through …