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Jérôme Dubar

Patching or reimaging your ODA?

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, Hardware & Storage, Operation systems, Oracle | No Comments

Introduction One of the key features of the ODA (Oracle Database Appliance) is the ability to patch the entire stack every three months, the goal being to keep all the components up-to-date. Most of the customers won’t patch so often, but one patch a year is quite a good average. But when comes the time for patching, comes the time for anxiety for the DBA. And it’s totally justified. Why ODA patching can eventually be…

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Cesare Cervini

How to stop Documentum processes in a docker container, and more (part I)

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

How to stop Documentum processes in a docker container, and more Ideally, but not mandatorily, the management of Documentum processes is performed at the service level, e.g. by systemd. In my blog here, I showed how to configure init files for Documentum under systemd. But containers don’t have systemd, yet. They just run processes, often only one, sometimes more if they are closely related together (e.g. the docbroker, the method server and the content servers),…

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Oracle Team

Cause for looping sssd

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In RedHat Enterprise Linux 7, the sssd daemons can connect to active directory servers. Default behaviour is to update DNS entries dynamically. If a statical DNS entry already exists this can lead to a CPU consuming sssd_nss daemon. To prevent this behaviour, the dynamic DNS updates should be switched off with this setting in every doman section of config file /etc/sssd/sssd.conf: dyndns_update = False After that sssd should be restarted to take this change effect.

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Joël Cattin

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 – Application Streams

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You may have heard that : Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is available for downloading in beta version since few weeks… You want to download it ? Click here. A significant change coming with this new version is the way the applications packages are provided. As you know, up to RHEL7 packages were downloaded via repositories listed in .repo files located by default under /etc/yum.repos.d/. This is still the same with RHEL8, but two new…

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Mouhamadou Diaw

Monitoring Linux With Nmon

By | Hardware & Storage, Operation systems | One Comment

I was looking for tools to monitor linux servers and I found an interesting one nmon ( short for Nigel’s Monitor). I did some tests. In this blog I am describing how to install nmon and how we can use it I am using a Oracle Enterprise Linux System. [[email protected] nmon]# cat /etc/issue Oracle Linux Server release 6.8 Kernel \r on an \m [[email protected] nmon]# For the installation I used the repository epel wget http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm…

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Oracle Team

Configure AFD with Grid Infrastructure software (SIHA & CRS) from very beginning.

By | Cloud, Database Administration & Monitoring, DevOps, Operation systems, Oracle | No Comments

Introduction : Oracle ASM Filter Driver (Oracle ASMFD) simplifies the configuration and management of disk devices by eliminating the need to rebind disk devices used with Oracle ASM each time the system is restarted. Oracle ASM Filter Driver (Oracle ASMFD) is a kernel module that resides in the I/O path of the Oracle ASM disks. Oracle ASM uses the filter driver to validate write I/O requests to Oracle ASM disks. In this blog I will…

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Oracle Team

Kernel panic – not syncing: Out of memory and no killable processes

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By Franck Pachot . This is a quick post to give a solution (maybe not the best one as this was just quick troubleshooting) if, at boot, you see something like: Trying to allocate 1041 pages for VMLINUZ [Linux=EFI, setup=0x111f, size=0x41108d01] and then: Kernel panic – not syncing: Out of memory and no killable processes Pid: 1228 comm: kworker Not tainted 3.8.13-118.17.4.el6uek.x86_64 #2

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