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Log Buffer #299, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Screenings, shows, premieres and parties. Where the stars have been spotted this week? No not on the red carpet in LA, but in this Log Buffer Edition. In Log Buffer #299, stars of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL are twinkling. Get mesmerized!!! Oracle: Pythian’s very own Marc Fielding is revealing the hints behind the Automatic...

Log Buffer #298, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

It’s always sunny in the database arena, even if the data is engulfed in the clouds. Innovation rays keep databases illuminating and bloggers make hay in this sunshine and this Log Buffer Edition sift through all those blog post and brings you Log Buffer #298. Oracle: When Michael Abbey writes it, it stays written. His...

Log Buffer #297, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

From Movember to UKOUG, Pythian is stomping the grounds with massive thuds. This Log Buffer #297 collects various great blog posts from across the database world once again. Enjoy the Log Buffer Editions. Oracle: Andre Araujo posts about the union of MoBros, all of them DBAs :) Are you in UK and got penchant for...

Log Buffer #296, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

This week’s Log Buffer #296 focuses on Oracle, SQL, and MySQL weblogs from across the planet. Log Buffer Editions are the manifestation of the fact that nerd bloggers from databases are not only growing but they are also producing immense volume of quality ramblings. Enjoy. Oracle: Stelios Charalambides book on SQLTXPLAIN is now announced, Carlos...

Log Buffer #295, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Horizon is getting cloudier. But these low hanging clouds are not darker or ominuous in any way. These are the clouds of enabling technologies providing mortals, drops of technologies according to their wishes. Behind this seamless information troposphere, databases are floating, again on demand. This Log Buffer Edition showers the droplets of blogs from databases...

Log Buffer #294, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Log writer process of Oracle is one of the most revered background process, a real work horse, a real charming darling who keeps the whole Oracle database system consistent and humming beautifully and many technologies in Oracle sprout from this good old process. Consistency is the key in database systems, and so in the Log...

Log Buffer #292, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

This Log Buffer Edition is once again here, packed with rocking and rolling blogs from the database world. Log Buffer#292 comprises of select few posts from Oracle, MySQL and the SQL Server. Enjoy. Oracle: Pythian’s OCM Andrey Goryunov is attracted and enticed by the silent installation of EM Cloud Control 12c. Bobby Durrett is helping [...]

Adapting Diagram File to Another Database

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

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

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 [...]

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