Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 25-JUL-2012


From the Oracle at Delphix, some good material on the optimizer: NFS versus dNFS.

Tanel Poder tweeted a white paper that’s a bit long in tooth, but if Tanel says it is a great source of info on Understanding Shared Pool Memory Structures I take him at his word.

At Upgrade your Database - NOW! a very useful posting on: How to select statements from AWR?


Eddie Awad reminded everyone in a tweet that the My Oracle Support blog has a good article on the MOS 6.2 (KM) Release.


I know when I was a DBA Apache always seemed a bit confusing. Eddie Awad tweeted a good guide to clear the fog: An Introduction to Apache.


Oracle Linux



And from Oracle corporate, an announcement of interest to techies: Oracle Unveils Migration Tool for Microsoft SQL Server to MySQL.

It’s a good week to read about MySQL (free login required to access): Guide to Optimizing Performance of the MySQL Cluster Database.

And Everything Else You Need to Know Is At….

Pythian’s Log Buffer #278, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

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