In the spirit of Movember, the database bloggers are also chipping in with their fair share of contribution, not only with a mo but also with the blog posts. This Log Buffer Edition encompasses that all.
Will the REAL Snap Clone functionality please stand up?
Oracle Linux images for Docker released.
In-depth look into Oracle API Catalog (OAC) 12c.
Patch Set Update: Hyperion Strategic Finance 220.127.116.11.504.
Rollback to Savepoint Does Not Release Locks.
Overcoming the OPENQUERY Record Limit for AD.
Configuring Critical SQL Server Alerts.
What is Biml? – Level 1?
Database Configuration Management for SQL Server
Free eBook: SQL Server Backup and Restore.
Set up a Memory Quota for SQL Server Memory Optimized Databases.
In C (and C++) you can specify that a variable should take a specific number of bits of storage by doing “uint32_t foo:4;” rather than just “uint32_t foo”. In this example, the former uses 4 bits while the latter uses 32bits. This can be useful to pack many bit fields together.
Oracle AVDF post-installation configuration.
Everything about MySQL Users and Logins You Didn’t Know and Were Afraid to Ask.
Setting up a MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3 Test Environment.
While playing with MySQL 5.7.5 on POWER8, I came across a rather interesting bug (74775 – and this is not the only one… I think I have a decent amount of auditing and patching to do now) which made me want to write a bit on memory barriers and the volatile keyword.