Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Oracle Priority Service This Week: 25-MAY-2011


Do you know about the SRUs?
The Observatory blog tells us about these vital monthly packages for Solaris Express 11: SRUs.

Linux and MySQL

Ryan Carson found this Java app that lets you run a functioning Linux box inside your browser. I have no idea why I want that, but man is it cool: Run Linux in your browser. And yes, it did work on my iPad as well, even geekier.

Speaking of geeks, the
Pythian folk (sounds like a tribe when you say it that way) are celebrating their inner (possibly outer) geekiness: Get your geek on... join Pythian in celebration of International Geek Pride Day.

Also from
Pythian is this handy tip/warning on something they discovered about InnoDB files: InnoDB error : Total number of locks exceeds the lock table size


Prepare to travel,
Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog lets us know the season is upon us that ADF Conference Season is Starting.

Also of interest in the world of ADF is this posting from
CapGemini's Oracle Blog about a new ADF blog with lots of goodies: Marianne’s ADF Blogs.


Some new feature run downs over at
in 2 Hyperion:

What's New in Hyperion EPMA 11.1.2?

What's New in Hyperion Essbase 11.1.2?

What’s New in Hyperion Planning 11.1.2?

Tim Tow tells us about Essbase API - Ephemeral Port Issues/Resources.

Data Warehousing

The Data Warehouse Insider goes into the arcane details of Parallel Load: Uniform or AutoAllocate extents?


The May 2011 Customer Update Webcast is available for ECM customers.


The WebLogic Server Performance blog has a very useful article available: Using the Dashboard to Isolate Poor Performance to the Back End.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

Database Certified with EBS on HP-UX

Oracle Access Manager Certified with E-Business Suite 12

New Consolidated Update Patch for OA Framework 12.1.3 Now Available

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