This Log Buffer Edition brings you some blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
Suppose you have a global zone with multiple zpools that you would like to convert into a native zone.
The digital revolution is creating abundance in almost every industry—turning spare bedrooms into hotel rooms, low-occupancy commuter vehicles into taxi services, and free time into freelance time
Every time I attend a conference, the Twitter traffic about said conference is obviously higher. It starts a couple weeks or even months before, builds steadily as the conference approaches, and then hits a crescendo during the conference.
Calling All WebLogic Users: Please Help Us Improve WebLogic Documentation!
Top Two Cloud Security Concerns: Data Breaches and Data Loss
This article describes a way to identify the user who truncated the table & how you can recover the data.
When SQL Server 2014 was released, it included Hekaton, Microsoft’s much talked about memory-optimized engine that brings In-Memory OLTP into play.
Learn how you can easily spread your backup across multiple files.
Daniel Calbimonte has written a code comparison for MariaDB vs. SQL Server as it pertains to how to comment, how to create functions and procedures with parameters, how to store query results in a text file, how to show the top n rows in a query, how to use loops, and more.
The article show a simple way we managed to schedule index rebuild and reorg for an SQL instance with 106 databases used by one application using a Scheduled job.
How to setup a PXC cluster with GTIDs (and have async slaves replicating from it!)
vCloud Air and business-critical MySQL
MySQL Dumping and Reloading the InnoDB Buffer Pool
How to benchmark MongoDB
MySQL Server on SUSE 12