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Morgan Patou

WebLogic – SSO/Atn/Atz – How to enable debug logs

By | Application integration & Middleware, Entreprise content management | No Comments

Let’s say that you have an application deployed on a WebLogic Server and that the SSO/Atn/Atz (SSO/Authentication/Authorization) isn’t working or throwing a 4xx error code like ‘401 – Unauthorized’ or ‘403 – Forbidden’. How would you be able to know what is happening and how to solve it? Well the answer is always the same: enable debug logs, it is just a matter or choosing the right scope and choosing a way to do it…

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Daniel Westermann

firewalld rules for Veritas Infoscale 7.3 with Oracle

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

You might wonder, but yes, Veritas is still alive and there are customers that use it and are very happy with it. Recently we upgraded a large cluster from Veritas 5/RHEL5 to Veritas InfoScale 7.3/RHEL7 and I must say that the migration was straight forward and very smooth (when I have time I’ll write another post specific to the migration). At a point in time during this project the requirement to enable the firewall on…

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Franck Pachot

Unstructured vs. structured

By | Oracle | One Comment

The title of this blog post was: “Tracing DBMS_RCVMAN for reclaimable archivelogs” until I started to write the conclusion… In a previous post I mentioned that there’s a bug with archivelog deletion policy when you want to mention both the ‘BACKED UP … TIMES TO …’ and ‘APPLIED’ or ‘SHIPPED’ as conditions for archived logs to be reclaimable. I opened a SR, they didn’t even try to reproduce it (and I can guarantee you can…

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Franck Pachot

Database is more than persistence. It is shared. My thoughts about Microservice Database.

By | Oracle | 4 Comments

The development teams often see the database as a ‘persistence layer’ only. And sometimes it is mentioned that the database is always the cause of the problems, especially when implementing continuous integration and trying to be agile. Then cames the idea to have this ‘persistence layer’ in an isolated environment, such as a docker container, with the database for each developer. However, this overlooks the real cause of the problems, which is not the persistence…

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Franck Pachot

Archivelog deletion policy on Data Guard configuration

By | Oracle | No Comments

The deletion policy on a dataguard configuration should be: CONFIGURE ARCHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO APPLIED ON ALL STANDBY; for the site where you don’t backup. It can be the standby or the primary. and: CONFIGURE ARCHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO APPLIED ON ALL STANDBY BACKED UP 1 TIMES TO DISK; for the site where you do the backups. It can be the primary or the standby. I’ve always configured it in this way, but I recently…

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Franck Pachot

VirtualBox 5.2 exports the VM to the Oracle Cloud

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 3 Comments

The new release of Oracle VM VirtualBox (aka VirtualBox) is there with a new functionality to export a VM to the Oracle Cloud Compute (aka Oracle Cloud Infrastructure). That can be interesting to prepare a VM on my laptop and move it to the Cloud to get it accessible from everywhere. Here’s my first try. In my opinion, it’s idea but probably need further evolution.  

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Mehdi Bada

Managing Oracle Big Data Cloud – CE with REST API

By | Big Data, Cloud, Oracle | 3 Comments

In this blog post, we will see how to manage Oracle Public Cloud Big Data service Compute Edition with REST API. Scheduling the start/stop/restart of a metered PaaS in the Oracle Cloud can be interesting for managing efficiently the consumption of your cloud credits. We should first have a look at the official documentation so as to understand what the API is composed of.  Use the following URL composition to get access to REST endpoint: According…

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