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Petre Radut

Recover a corrupted datafile in your DataGuard environment 11G/12C.

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, Database management, Development & Performance, Oracle | No Comments

On a DG environment, a datafile needs to be recovered on the STANDBY site, in two situations : when is deleted or corrupted. Below, I will explain  how to recover a corrupted datafile, in order to be able to repair the Standby database, without to be necessary to restore entire database. Initial situation : DGMGRL> connect / Connected to “PROD_SITE2″ Connected as SYSDG. DGMGRL> show configuration; Configuration – CONFIG1 Protection Mode: MaxPerformance Members: PROD_SITE2 -…

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Diawo Mayaki

How To Deploy Office Web Apps Server 2013

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

The 4 Steps Of Office Web Apps Server 2013 Installation Office Web Apps provides browser-based versions of Excel, One Note, Word and PowerPoint. It also helps users who access files through SharePoint 2013. The objective of this topic is to define the steps to install office web apps 2013, create the farm and the binding so that it can be used within SharePoint 2013 test environment. For this example, we have the following systems in…

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Mouhamadou Diaw

PostgreSQL: When wal_level to logical

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, Postgres | No Comments

wal_level determines the quantity of information written to the WAL. With PostgreSQL 11 the parameter wal_level can have 3 values: -minimal : only information needed to recover from a crash or an immediate shutdown -replica : enough data to support WAL archiving and replication -logical : enough information to support logical decoding. If we want to use logical decoding, wal_level should be set to logical. Logical decoding is the process of extracting all persistent changes…

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Michael Hein

Looping sssd_nss

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

Often Linux systems are connected to LDAP via sssd. A high CPU consuming sssd can be seen in top, like below ( e.g. 89.4 % CPU usage): 9020 root 20 0 1296344 466780 333364 R 89.4 0.8 41:20.17 sssd_nss 27227 oracle 20 0 2371676 48320 29732 S 4.3 0.1 27:00.70 oracle One reason could be default configuration of /etc/nsswitch.conf: passwd: db sss files shadow: db sss files group: db sss files This configuration causes sssd_nss…

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Diawo Mayaki

SharePoint Application Server Role, Web Server IIS Role Error

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

Bypassing SharePoint Server 2013 Prerequisites Installation Error On Windows Server 2016   SYMPTOMS Before running the setup of SharePoint 2013 on Windows Server 2016, the prerequisites as the application server role and the web server role have to be installed and during that process, the following error message appears: ROOT CAUSE This error occurs when one or more of the following conditions is true: The product preparation tool does not progress past the configuring application…

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Cesare Cervini

systemd configurations for Documentum

By | Entreprise content management | No Comments

systemd configurations for Documentum systemd has been with us for several years now and has slowly made its way into most Linux distributions. While it has generated much controversy among sysV init hard core, the fact is that it is here to stay and we, Documentum administrators, don’t have our say in this topic. In effect, it does not impact us very much, except that a little translation work is necessary to switch to it,…

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Guillaume Fuchs

Documentum – xPlore – How to Improve the Search results in DA or D2

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

When supporting Documentum, we often got complaining from users like “The search is not working” or “I cannot find my document”. The first reflex is to verify if the xPlore is working properly. The second reflex is to perform a search test but all is working correctly. Then we contact user to get more details about his search. Sometimes the only problem is that user does not use the search properly. Indeed the Documentum search…

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Cesare Cervini

Two techniques for cloning a repository filestore, part II

By | Entreprise content management | No Comments

This is part II of a two-part article. In part I, we introduced the Documentum repository file structure and saw a first way to transfer content files from one filesystem to another using the repository to get their full path on disk. We saw how to generate an easy to parallelize set of rsync commands to completely or partially copy a repository’s content files. Here, we’ll show another way to do that which does not…

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