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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
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
I have read articles and specs on Exadata before, but now I have had the opportunity to assist to an Exadata Hands-On workshop. I’m writing these impressions without talking too much about the specs, they are everywhere, some links here. … Continue reading
I still find confusion out there about the LOGGING and NOLOGGING clauses when performing DML and DDL operations, the reality is that the NOLOGGING clause will work only on particular conditions, but all regular inserts,updates and deletes will still log … Continue reading
Oracle desktop Widgets for the Grid Control Continue reading