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This post was done using version 3.3 of Oracle VM Manager. Graphically things haven’t change much from version 3.2, but the configuration is slightly different and there are other improvements as well, by the way, I love the new Virtual Machine console!. I am … Continue reading
This post covers the configuration of VM Manager using equipment at home, if you need to install it please read the first part of this post to learn how to do it. One of the first things that I noticed by using … Continue reading
As a DBA we do like to play with features and versions a lot, now with the release of Oracle 12c I wanted to take my virtualization system to another level 😉 I have been using VirtualBox on Linux for … Continue reading
Additional to my daily job, I need to “play” from time to time in my home server, it’s a quad core machine with 8 gigs of RAM and two hard drives, nothing special about it, the important thing is that … Continue reading