Thursday, November 19, 2009

MOS, Linux, EBS, Analytic Features, Optimizer, OTN, Indexing


My Oracle Support has been a hot topic out in the blogosphere. For instance Chris Warticki's blog, which has a pointer to the FAQ.


Kevin Closson has some words of technical wisdom on Linux memory, free vs. reclaimable.


New from the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

Analytic Features

Tom Kyte is looking for feedback and ideas from users on Comparative Window Functions... in the analytics featureset of the RDBMS.


The Optimizer team over at the Inside the Oracle Optimizer blog remind us that old hints can go 'stale', how that happens and what to do about it.

OTN Best Articles for the Year

As we start the holiday season and the long slow slide out of 2009, OTN has a blog entry on the most popular articles of the year here.

Indexes: To Rebuild or Not to Rebuild

Yes, that ever-controversial topic is covered by Richard Foote, veritable doctor of indexology, at his blog, along with a very engaging comment thread beneath it.

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