Thursday, June 26, 2008

Hyperion, Backup, RAC, Indexing, Metaphor

Hyperion: Collaborate Attendees Start Sharing the Wealth

Tim Tow is back from the Collaborate conference, and his blog has some good material from there, including this posting on Essbase 11.1.1 new features.

And not necessarily a product of Collaborate, but the Cubegeek blog has come across an Essbase 11 preview PDF with lots of useful feature details here.

Also in the realm of Hyperion is Glenn Schwartzberg's Essbase Blog, where we find part two of the Power of Reports Scripts.

Backup and Recovery

Some ideas on how use a variety of approaches to backup and recover everything from small tables to whole DBs at H.Tonguç Yılmaz's blog here.

RAC and Communal Apartments

To share home or not? This is what Just a Simple DBA is discussing in this posting, along with a pointer to a good whitepaper on the subject.


So you decided that indexing is the solution, set them all up, went grinding through the create index...and the optimizer is ignoring all your work. Why? See the Momen Blog for some ideas.


To round out this week's links, here's a posting on the StorageMojo blog on IT is a factory, the Web is a playground. (tell that to the person who does playground maintenance, but nonetheless some good thoughts).

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