Thursday, June 26, 2008

Performance, RAC, Overlaps, BI Blog

Performance: Statistics

The adhd ocd dba blog has a nice investigation piece on statistics and how they can get out of kilter.


The Ardent Performance Computing blog has some useful thoughts on RAC gathered from the Collaborate conference. Owners of enterprise Oracle installations often get confused about the benefits and drawbacks of RAC, and this article sums up several of them.

Overlaps Predicate

Eddie Awad's blog documents the undocumented OVERLAPS Predicate.

Blog of Note: Dylan's BI Study Notes

A lot of interesting material here on various aspects of BI and related work.

Use SQL*Loader with Named Pipe

Hyperion Essbase Dimension Terminology

Changed Data Capture in ODI

...the list goes on. Give it a a read if you are working with BI.

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