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Install the Oracle Client on a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or DS412+ for Nagios to Monitor Databases

July 26, 2013 (Back to the Previous Post in the Series) (Forward to the Next Post in the Series) In the previous article of this series I provided steps to install and run the Nagios network monitoring utility on either a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or a DS412+ for the purpose of pinging network devices to verify […]

Install the Oracle Client on a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or DS412+ for Nagios to Monitor Databases

July 26, 2013 (Back to the Previous Post in the Series) In the previous article of this series I provided steps to install and run the Nagios network monitoring utility on either a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or a DS412+ for the purpose of pinging network devices to verify that the devices respond to ping requests.  […]

Install Nagios on a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or DS412+

July 19, 2013 (Modified July 27, 2013, July 28, 2013, November 19, 2013) (Forward to the Next Post in the Series) —- Update July 27, 2013: I now have Nagios running on an ARM based Synology DiskStation DS212+.  Most of the steps are the same as outlined below, however there are a few additional errors […]

Install Nagios on a Synology DiskStation DS1813+ or DS412+

July 19, 2013 (Modified July 27, 2013, July 28, 2013, November 19, 2013) (Forward to the Next Post in the Series) —- Update July 27, 2013: I now have Nagios running on an ARM based Synology DiskStation DS212+.  Most of the steps are the same as outlined below, however there are a few additional errors […]

Value of Improving One’s Knowledge

March 24, 2013 As I type this blog article I am in the middle of reading a second book on the topic of Windows Server 2008 R2.  I bought the books several months ago, possibly even a year or two ago, and just had not found the time to invest in reading yet another dry […]

Value of Improving One’s Knowledge

March 24, 2013 As I type this blog article I am in the middle of reading a second book on the topic of Windows Server 2008 R2.  I bought the books several months ago, possibly even a year or two ago, and just had not found the time to invest in reading yet another dry […]

What does it Mean when a Select Statement in Oracle is using 100% CPU?

February 14, 2013 A couple of days ago I noticed that an interesting set of search keywords were used to access this blog.  The search keywords: What does it mean when a select statement in Oracle is using 100% cpu I had two thoughts when I first saw that set of search keywords: Well Done! […]

Connecting to an Oracle Database with Visual Basic 6.0 on Windows 8 64 Bit

November 25, 2012 (Modified December 7, 2012) Compatibility problems?  Visual Basic 6.0, released in 1998, is not officially compatible with Windows 8 Pro 64 bit… or Windows 7, or Windows Vista.  But I still like the language a lot for its simplicity, rapid development, and significant pre-existing code base within my company.  Of course, Oracle […]

oci-24550 [3221225477] [Unhandled exception: Code=c0000005 Flags=0

October 22, 2012 Lately, I have been busy with a couple of items that are not completely Oracle Database specific.  I tried experimenting with high definition 1080p security cameras.  After wasting an unacceptable amount of money to purchase two Y-Cam Wireless High Definition 1080p video cameras (model YCBLHD6), and spending in excess of 38 hours fighting with the cameras [...]

Undo Quiz – Bringing the Right Tools for the Job

September 17, 2012 Sometimes humor is a good recipe for undo.  A mid-50s man was driving down the road, riding a purple mule, when he saw a house with a new window.  Uninvited, the man decided to take a closer look using an obvious tool of choice, a tire iron (YPDNTI).  Elapsed time, roughly 60 seconds.  [...]