Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 15-AUG-2012


A couple of interesting viewpoints of late on testing, how much is enough, when do you reach the point when testing reaches around and runs into itself like the serpent of eternity Ourboros or the painting of a large bridge. First from the New York Times: Errant Code? It’s Not Just a Bug and at oracleblog Robert Vollman opines about The Two Ways of Doing a Job (the articles aren't individually linked so look for the August 11 posting if it has crept down the page).


MySQL Connect 2012 registration is open. It's in San Francisco, on September 29th and 30th.


Think you should go to OpenWorld? So do we. Maybe this will help:


That Jeff Smith comes through again with a useful posting: Using Oracle SQL Developer to Setup SQL*Loader Runs.

AMIS Technology gives us a Quick introduction of what and why of Oracle Database Edition Based Redefinition.


Over at Striving for Optimal Performance is this item you'll want to save for a slow, rainy day: Event 10046 – Full List of Levels.

Over at Oracle related stuff there is a free tool and a teaser for more goodies to come: Parallel Execution Analysis Using ASH - The XPLAN_ASH Tool.


Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support discusses the CPU (the kind in the patching system, not in the server, that is): Oracle E-Bus 11i and R12 CPU Knowledge Document (July 2012).

Total Recall

Just in time for the remake it seems that Total Recall has been folded into Advanced Compression as someone pointed out to Tom Kyte and he pointed out to the world: What I learned new about Total Recall...



The Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog lets us know about a new course at Oracle U: Oracle E-Business Suite Personalizations Course Now Available.

Oracle VM

Oracle ACE Director Kai Yu's Oracle Blog introduces us to Virtualizing Oracle E-Business Suite through Oracle VM, with a link at the bottom to a more detailed treatment.


Another article on Btrfs over at Technet that is worth perusing: How I Use the Advanced Capabilities of Btrfs.


Under the Microscope gives us a head start on planning OpenWorld activities (it's not all cocktail shrimp and beer you know!): Oracle Solaris at Oracle Open World.

And Finally…

The ever useful and engaging Interesting Things You May Have Missed on August 9, 2012, from Eddie Awad.

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