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Franck Pachot

Oracle Public Cloud 12cR2: TDE is not an option

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In Oracle Public Cloud, Transparent Data Encryption is not an option. You can use it because it is included in all database services for all editions. You have to use it because the database won’t allow you to create, or import, non encrypted tablespaces. This is controlled by a new parameter, encrypt_new_tablespaces, which defaults to CLOUD_ONLY;  

 
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Franck Pachot

Exadata Express Cloud Service: MAX_PDB_STORAGE

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The separation of roles between system DBA and application DBA is the way to go for agile development and the PDBaaS managed service is an excellent way to play with this concept: You are PDB administrator but not the CDB administrator. Here is an example about tablespace creation/deletion, and the kind of problems that may arise with this architecture.  

 
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Mouhamadou Diaw

Amazon Web Services: Upgrade to Dbvisit Standby 8

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In a previous blog we installed Dbvisit Standby 7 on two AWS linux instances. In this article we are just upgrading to Dbvisit Standby 8. The first thing is to stop on both nodes dbvnet and dbvserver on both servers [oracle@primaserver dbvnet]$ ps -ef|grep dbv|grep -v grep oracle 2062 1 0 04:53 ? 00:00:02 /u01/app/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd oracle 2064 2062 0 04:53 ? 00:00:00 /u01/app/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd oracle 2131 1 0 04:54 ? 00:00:00 /u01/app/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd oracle 2132 2131 0…

 
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Mouhamadou Diaw

Installing Dbvisit Standby 7 between two AWS Linux Instances

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Dbvisit is compatible with Amazon Cloud. In this article we are going to talk about installation of Oracle SE2 and Dbvisit Standby 7 between 2 AWS linux instances. We suppose that ssh equivalence is configured for user oracle used for dbvisit installation. First we have to install oracle software on both servers: primaserver and standserver. To Install oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall.x86_64 package yum can be used to configure the repository [root@primaserver yum.repos.d]# wget http://public-yum.oracle.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle-ol7 -O /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle –2016-11-14 03:52:34–…

 
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Mouhamadou Diaw

Managing My Amazon Web Services Redhat Instance

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In a precedent Blog I talked about how to create an AWS linux instance. Some questions can be: How to create a new user and to connect with, how to transfert files from my workstation, how to connect to my oracle instance from my workstation and so on. In this blog I am going to deal with some basic but useful  administration tasks. Changing my hostname One thing we will probably do is to change…

 
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Mouhamadou Diaw

Linux Instance in Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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In this article I will talk about how to create a linux machine in the cloud amazon AWS. For testing a trial account can be created. Once registered, we can connect by using the “Sign In to the Console” button To create an instance, let’s click on EC2 under Compute And then let’s use the Launch Instance button We can see the templates  for building our machine. In our exemple we are going to use…

 
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Soufiane Benmalek

How to install Mirantis OpenStack 9.0 using VirtualBox – part 3

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In the two first blogs, I installed the Fuel environment and deployed OpenStack in the Fuel slave nodes and all of that from the Fuel Master node. In this blog, I will show you  all the steps to follow in order to create an instance in OpenStack. All is going to be done via the Command Line Interface and not via Horizon – the OpenStack Dashboard (I will explain this in an other blog) ….

 
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Soufiane Benmalek

How to install Mirantis OpenStack 9.0 using VirtualBox – part 2

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The  last blog ended up with a successful installation of the Fuel Master. In this blog, I will deploy Openstack on the three Fuel slave nodes. The first node will be the controller node and all these components run on it: a MySQL database RabbitMQ : which is the message broker that OpenStack uses for inter-communication (asynchronous) between the OpenStack components Keystone Glance OpenStack API’s Neutron agents There are several other components but not used…

 
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