This Log Buffer Edition picks a few of the useful blog posts from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
Paul closed a bug yesterday that’s been kicking around for almost a year as a sometimes fails on CI but no-one can figure out why. Frustration!
Are You Pursuing the Most Current Version of Oracle Identity Governance Certification?
Debugging PL/SQL Collections Revisited
When you buy an Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) X5-2 off the shelve, you will get a machine with four times 10Gb copper Ethernet (bonded into two interfaces) for public communication and two 40Gb InfiniBand (bonded into one interface) for interconnect communication between the two ODA_BASE’s.
A couple of notes of the automatic generation of a SOA Suite/OSB domain
Despite the sophistication of the latest DB2 software versions and the power of current IBM z/server technology, it is still possible for performance and data availability to deteriorate due to a variety of things, including increased dataset extents, loss of clustering, index page splits, and other factors.
Practical Uses for Synonyms in SQL Server
Next year, Microsoft plans to release a version of its hybrid-cloud-friendly database software for the open-source operating system.
SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a fast and reliable way of importing and exporting data, but it can be tricky to learn, initially.
One of the difficulties of designing a completely different type of development tool such as SQL Clone is that you have to explain what it is for, but when its use is open-ended it can be exciting to see the novel uses that come out of the early-access program.
Calculating MySQL Database, Table, and Column Sizes
SQLite and Standard SQL
MariaDB 10.0.26 now available
Migrate from MS SQL Server to MySQL
The Perfect Server CentOS 7.2 with Apache, Postfix, Dovecot, Pure-FTPD, BIND and ISPConfig 3.1