Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 01-MAY-2013


Exalogic: System Administrator-Friendly Software at Oracle Exalogic, the Exalogic Elastic Cloud product management blog.




From TECHSOURCE, the Linux version of the seven deadly sins. Only the karma on these is more immediate. For goodness’ sake don't try this at home. And don't try it at work. Find a Linux box you don't like and check out: The 7 Deadly Linux Commands...if you dare.


From the Striving for Optimal Performance blog: ITL Deadlocks (script). Or, how to show people you can break the database without even writing any SQL at all.

Over at Oracle SQL Tuning Tools and Tips: Differences between TKPROF and Trace Analyzer TRCANLZR (TRCA).

Richard Foote, guru of all things indexing, brings us: Storage Indexes vs Database Indexes IV: 8 Column Limit (Eight Line Poem).


Flash drives have been a hot and controversial subject for ages. Here's a good summation before you invest, at the specialty blog flashdba: Does My Database Need Flash?

Mobile Security

Some pretty solid predictions from CSO, Security and Risk: 4 Mobile Security Predictions to Help CIOs Plan for the Future.



The Jave Source brings us the ambitiously titled posting: Everything on the NetBeans Platform.



The Oracle Middleware Blog has a quick but handy posting on a post-upgrade process they had to go through: How to Enable Web Forms Manually.

Oracle Support

The Oracle Wiki informs us that there is OTN Forums Migration and Upgrade right around the corner.

...And Finally

After years of dithering, I finally got an iMac for our home. No regrets at all, elegant, and much familiar territory from my iPad, but there is a lot to learn. Here's a handy set of tips: 10 Awesome OS X Tips and Tricks, at Online Tech Tips.

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