Monthly Archives: June 2016

Oracle 12c: Changed parameter naming for “srvctl”

Over time, “srvctl” became a really powerful for the administration of resources of an Oracle cluster. Oracle added new components and options in every new version of the Grid Infrastructure software. With Oracle 12.1.0.2, “srvctl -help” lists 266 options for … Continue reading

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DMU 2.1.1 released

A new version of the “Database Migration Assistant for Unicode” (DMU), was released: DMU 2.1.1. Release 2.1.1 is a maintenance release with some small changes compared to DMU 2.1. DMU 2.1.1 Release Notes: List of changes Download DMU 2.1.1

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A helpful column in Oracle database 12c: ORACLE_MAINTAINED

A few days ago I saw a query from a colleague. He wanted to exclude all Oracle-supplied schema in a Oracle 11.2 database from a query on DBA_SEGMENTS. And it came to my mind that the query is much simpler … Continue reading

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Oracle Linux 7.2 and Grid Infrastructure 11.2.0.4 – A marriage with obstacles

There may be reasons to run an Oracle cluster with the new version of Oracle Linux – version 7.2 – and the „old“ but stable release of the Grid Infrastructure, 11.2.0.4. It‘s certified, it works – but there are some … Continue reading

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CDB architecture, multitenant architecture – what’s the correct naming?

After an internal discussion at Trivadis, I thought about the naming conventions for database architectures in Oracle Database 12c. Many people call the “new architecture” “multitenant architecture”. This can result in some confusion because the “Multitenant Option” is an extra-cost … Continue reading

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