There are no great joys for the bloggers to mark the holiday season like some blistering and lightweight blog posts. This Log Buffer Edition in shares that mirth and presents you another medley of blogs.
Eddie Awad asks: Have you installed or recently upgraded to Oracle APEX Listener 2.0? Have you used SQL Developer 3.2 to manage APEX Listener settings? If you answered yes to both questions, you are in for an unwelcome surprise.
It’s the end of one year and the start of another, and thus time for the ‘best of’, ‘ten best’, and perhaps even ’12 best’ articles for the zodiacally-minded. Here are a few choice samples from Christopher Gait.
Here unfolds the slow JDeveloper startup mystery.
Harald van Breederode is demystifying ASM REQUIRED_MIRROR_FREE_MB and USABLE_FILE_MB.
The beginning of a new year is a time of resolutions, and Kathryn Perry is sure that this year is no exception.
On the local instance of Pradeep Adiga, SQL Server service failed to start.
We all know that statistics get updated when you rebuild your indexes, right? Thomas expounds.
James shares his experience of installing Master Data Services (MDS) in SQL Server 2012 or installing SQL Server 2012 sp1 (and possibly a CU).
For Denny, it is time again to take a little peek at the last year (as far as his blog goes) and see just what were the most popular posts.
Datachix has a great idea to start 2013.
Jason Strate is wrapping up 2012.
Is there room for more MySQL IO Optimization?
Alex Bolenok writes about how to get an empty row even if the condition doesn’t match.
Ronald Bradford is installing MySQL MHA with Percona Server.
Why your cloud is speeding for a scalability cliff? Sean Hull wonders.
The main goal of global transaction ID is to make it easy to promote a new master and switch all slaves over to continue replication from the new master.
David Wheeler is trusting the Sqitch, but cautioning about verifying first.
When Andrew Danstan moved the Buildfarm code from pgFoundry to GitHub, he started distributing release tarballs from there too.
Chris Travers is back from a break due to working hard on getting LedgerSMB 1.4 closer to release.
Having covered why nulls exist and how they can be created explicitly and implicitly, let’s look at how NULLs behave by looking at some specific examples with Bruce Momjian.
Peter Eisentraut is trying PostgreSQL with Jenkins and enjoying it.
The link to David Wheeler’s blog is not working.
The correct URL is: https://justatheory.com/computers/databases/sqitch-trust-but-verify.html
Thanks Daniël van Eeden, link has been updated.