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David Hueber

Linux: easing the process and performance monitoring with htop

By | Operation systems | No Comments

I’m pretty sure that most of you already struggled with some low performance systems. In order to analyse such cases several tools and utilities, like top, nmon, fuse or lsof are available under Linux. However trying to dig in processes analysis and looking for files and processes relations may be quite painful.

To get started with performance checks and analysis, a interesting utility is available: htop

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Jérôme Witt

Oracle SQL Developer & SQL Data Modeler on Ubuntu

By | Application integration & Middleware | No Comments

Oracle SQL Developer and Data Modeler are becoming more and more popular as they are both cost-free and available on many Operating Systems (Linux/Unix,Windows and Mac) with different installation types: “This zip does not include JRE” or “This zip file includes the JRE”. On linux, the choice is limited because the only version available doesn’t include Java Runtime Environment. And it’s an RPM !! So what… In this post I will provide all information required to install and run these tools on an Ubuntu machine.

 

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Stéphane Haby

Diving into Databases

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 3 Comments

By dbi services, we are a few poeples passionate by diving.
We take this opportunity to let you dive into the two databases lakes Oracle and SQL server and see their similarities and differences. For this first level of diving (named ODD), we will not going too deep and not have narcosis or

databases toxicity.
As always, we’ll start with a short briefing to present the environment and the different themes.
Have a nice dive !

 

“BRIEFIIING !”

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Pierre Sicot

Inside Grid Control

By | Database management | No Comments

Lors de mon activité de consultant, et suite à un bug qui n’affiche pas correctement le nombre de CPU (OMS 10.2.0.5, agent 10.2.0.5 et linux x86_64), je me suis intéressé à la manière dont Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control (OEM GC) récupérait les informations de mémoire et de cpu sur les différents hôtes surveillés par ce dernier.

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