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Jérôme Dubar

One command database upgrade on ODA

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 4 Comments

The 12.2 finally arrived on ODA and is now available on all generations. Modern ODAs are now supporting 11.2.0.4, 12.1.0.2 and 12.2.0.1 database engines, and these 3 versions can work together without any problem. You probably plan to upgrade some old databases to the latest engine, at least those still running on 11.2. As you may know, 11.2  is no more supported with premier support since January 2015: it’s time to think about an upgrade….

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David Hueber

ODA 12.2.1.2.0 – VLAN Management

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 2 Comments

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) have become since several years a standard in enterprise class networks. Most enterprises are now segregating their network, especially for security reasons, between server and user or prod and test or applications and backup and aso. In the new release of ODA we finally get the support for VLAN on the bare metal platform. This article will briefly demonstrate how these are managed using ODAADMCLI.

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Clemens Bleile

Recommended DB Parameters on the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA)

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

When creating a DB on the ODA using # oakcli create database -db <db-name> a template is used to set a couple of DB parameters like e.g. _datafile_write_errors_crash_instance=FALSE _db_writer_coalesce_area_size=16777216 _disable_interface_checking=TRUE _ENABLE_NUMA_SUPPORT=FALSE _FILE_SIZE_INCREASE_INCREMENT=2143289344 _gc_policy_time=0 _gc_undo_affinity=FALSE db_block_checking=’FULL’ db_block_checksum=’FULL’ db_lost_write_protect=’TYPICAL’ filesystemio_options=’setall’ parallel_adaptive_multi_user=FALSE parallel_execution_message_size=16384 parallel_threads_per_cpu=2 use_large_pages=’ONLY’ In recent projects I saw a couple of DBs running on ODA, which did not have (all) those parameters set, because the DBs were migrated from a non-ODA-platform and the customer took over…

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Oracle Team

ODA X6 installation: re-image

By | Oracle | No Comments

By Franck Pachot . The Oracle Database Appliance is shipped with a bare-metal installation which may not be the latest version. You may want to have it virtualized, or get the latest version to avoid further upgrade, or install an earlier version to be in the same configuration as another ODA already in production. The easiest for all cases is to start with a re-image as soon as the ODA is plugged. This post is…

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Oracle Team

2 x ODA X6-2S + Dbvisit Standby: Easy DR in SE

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 5 Comments

By Franck Pachot . What’s common with Standard Edition, simplicity, reliability, high performance, and affordable price? Dbvisit standby can be an answer because it brings Disaster Recovery to Standard Edition without adding complexity ODA Lite (the new X6-2S and 2M) is another answer because you can run Standard Edition in those new appliance. So it makes sense to bring them together, this is what I did recently at a customer.

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Oracle Team

ODA X6 database classes and shapes

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 12 Comments

By Franck Pachot . On the Oracle Database Appliance, like on the Oracle public Cloud, you define the CPU capacity with ‘shapes’. On the latest ODA, the X6, we have a new interface to provision a database. Let’s look at the different shapes available. ODACLI You can provision a new database with the command line ODACLI which replaces the OAKCLI you used in ODA X5: [[email protected] ~]# odacli create-database Usage: create-database [options] Options: * –adminpassword,…

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Oracle Team

ODA X6 command line and Web Console

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By Franck Pachot . The ODA X6 comes with a new command line (odacli) which replaces oakcli, and with a small web console which can display information about the appliance, the databases and the provisioning jobs. It also has the possibility to create a database, but this is for next blog post. In this post I’ll show which information are displayed once the ODA is installed.

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