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Introduction Big Oracle databases (several TB) are still tough to migrate to another version on a new server. For most of them, you’ll ..read more
In Oracle 20c, we can now validate a Fast Start Failover configuration with the new command VALIDATE FAST_START FAILOVER. This command ..read more
As you may know, Oracle 20c is in the cloud with new features. The one I have tested is the PREPARE DATABASE FOR DATA GUARD. This command ..read more
By Franck Pachot . Those parameters, SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME in sqlnet.ora and ENABLE=BROKEN in a connection description exist for a long time ..read more
Introduction ODA X8-2, in the S, M or HA flavour, is the new database appliance from Oracle. But as a brand new product, you can ..read more
By Franck Pachot . Microsoft SQL Server has implemented MVCC in 2005, which has been proven to be the best approach for transaction ..read more
By Franck Pachot The Oracle Cloud is not only for Oracle Database. You can create a VM running Oracle Linux with full root access to it, ..read more
Over 1 million IOPS (@8 KByte) and more than 26 GByte/s (@1MByte): Read more to see all impressive benchmark figures from a server with 14 ..read more
Introduction As you may know, Oracle Database 19c is available for new (X8-2) or older Oracle Database Appliances since several weeks. ..read more
By Franck Pachot . I love databases and, rather than trying to compare and rank them, I like to understand their difference. Sometimes, ..read more

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