#0056d6;">The healthcare sector has a clear opportunity to modernize care delivery by adopting new data interchange standards and EHR systems. But getting there will first require upgrading aging infrastructure, managing data explosion, and ensuring compliance with new regulations. This translates to more projects and greater costs for IT resources that are already stretched thin. There is a clear need for transformative technologies that will enable healthcare IT teams to tackle the unavoidable wave of big projects faster and with greater efficiency.
Updated – just a quick reminder for next week; I’ll be doing a short webinar next Wednesday comparing the performance monitoring tools Oracle and SQL server provide.
I think I may have broken my record with 6 countries in 6 weeks – so I haven’t been very thorough at updating my blog recently. Just time, before I head off to Heathrow once again, to do a quick advert for the next redgate webinar that I’m doing with Grant Fritchey. This time comparing built-in performance monitoring tools. Details and Registrations at this URL.
Had a machine running the default database from the Oracle 22.214.171.124 installer. This instance was called o1123.
I then created a second database by hand (with crdb.sh for swingbench and slob tests) instead of dbca (maybe that was a mistake) and then I wanted to acccess OEM. The second instance was called SOE60G ( a 60GB swingbench dataset database)
First tried to start up dbconsole:
$ emctl start dbconsole OC4J Configuration issue. /home/oracle/oracle1123/product/oc4j/j2ee/OC4J_DBConsole_perf234-target1.delphix.com_SOE60G #ff0000;">not found.
OK, missing file. EM wasn’t configured for this database, make sense. Let’s configure it
April 19, 2013 (Modified May 11, 2013) This blog article is not purely Oracle Database specific, yet it may have some relevance to companies that run Oracle Database on the Windows Server platform (for those DBAs lucky/unlucky enough to run Oracle Database on the Windows Server platform, you may find this article interesting). I am […]
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Because the virtual database technology so drastically changes the way we think about cloning and provisioning new database environments, a myriad of use cases can also be envisioned that can take advantage of the saved storage and time. Additionally, these use cases fit perfectly into the model for accelerated development and management of a database environment.
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It’s time that businesses took a good, hard look at the way they manage their cloned database environments. For years the words “we need a fresh copy of production in QA” were the universal sign of a horrible day. The amount of storage, server resources, and time required for provisioning a new database environment were often times unacceptable or at the least inconvenient.
Assuming my current WordPress prefix was “wp_” and I wanted to change it to “banana_”, then I would do the following…
Take a backup of your database and file system. Remember, if you screw up and trash your blog you will thank yourself for the extra time you spent doing this!
Amend the “$table_prefix” setting in the “wp-config.php” file.
$table_prefix = 'banana_'; // Only numbers, letters, and underscores please!
Rename all the tables, swapping the “wp_” prefix with “banana_”. For example, the following statement would rename the “wp_comments” table to “banana_comments”.
RENAME TABLE wp_comments TO banana_comments
Perform the following updates.
The OUGN user conference (on a cruise ship!) starts next week and I’m presenting there.
From all reports, this is an awesome conference.
Full agenda is here: http://www.ougn.no/vrseminar-2013
I have not had a lot of time to post recently due to various reasons and a switch in jobs at Oracle. I currently am 100% dedicated to working in the Oracle Solution Center to help customers test the performance on Oracle’s engineered solutions. So, why am I sending this link?
Regardless of the performance tests that are performed, I often spend a fair amount of time showing the Availability aspects as well. Hopefully this video will help to demystify the availability aspects of Exadata.