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Pierre Sicot

Discover target database 18c with EM12c

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Working on Enterprise Manager 12.1.0.4 version at a client’s site, we would like to know if oracle database target in 18c version could be discovered and monitored, even if Enterprise Manager 12.1.0.4 does not support Oracle 18c database targets. Installing the agent 12c on the target host did not cause any problem, the oracle database 18c discovery ran successfully, but the database was seen as down in the Enterprise Manager 12.1.0.4 console. We tried several…

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Petre Radut

When you change the UNDO_RETENTION parameter, the LOB segment’s retention value is not modified

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

Below, I will try to explain, a particular case for the general error : ORA-01555 snapshot too old error.. Normally, when we have this error, we are trying to adapt the retention parameters or to tune our queries. SQL> show parameter undo; NAME TYPE VALUE ———————————— ———– —————————— temp_undo_enabled boolean FALSE undo_management string AUTO undo_retention integer 3600 –extended from 900, undo_tablespace string UNDOTBS1 But, are some scenarios where the above rule is not working . We…

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Petre Radut

Create a primary database using the backup of a standby database on 12cR2

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The scope of this blog will be to show how to create a primary role database based on a backup of a standby database on 12cR2. Step1: We are assuming that an auxiliary instance has been created and started in nomount mode. rman target / restore primary controlfile from ‘backup_location_directory/control_.bkp’; exit; By specifying “restore primary” , will modify the flag into the controlfile, and will mount a primary role instance instead of a standby one….

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Petre Radut

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

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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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Stephane Biehler

Documentum 7+ internal error during installation or upgrade DBTestResult7092863812136784595.tmp

By | Application integration & Middleware, Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

This blog will go straight to the topic. When upgrading/installing your content server to 7+, you may experience an internal error with a popup telling you to look into a file called something like: DBTestResult7092863812136784595.tmp In fact, the installation process failed to test the database connection. Even if it managed to find your schema previously. In the file you’ll find something like: Last SQL statement executed by DB was: #0 0x00000033b440f33e in waitpid () from…

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Jérôme Dubar

ODA : Free up space on local filesystems

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Introduction When you work on ODA you sometimes get struggled with local filesystem free space. ODA has terabytes of space on data disks, but local disks are still limited to a raid-1 array of 2x 480GB disks. And only few GB are dedicated to / and /u01 filesystems. You do not need hundreds of GB on these filesystems, but I think that you prefer to keep at least 20-30% of free space. And if you…

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Daniel Westermann

DOAG 2018, more and more open source

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We speak about the increasing interest in open source technologies since several years and now, in 2018, you even feel that at the DOAG. There are sessions about PostgreSQL, MariaDB, Docker, Kubernetes and much more. As usual we had to do our hard preparation work before the conference opened to the public and prepare our booth and Michael almost came to his limits (and maybe he was not even sure on what he was doing…

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Jérôme Dubar

5 mistakes you should avoid with Oracle Database Appliance

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Introduction It has been 5 years I’m working on ODA and I now have a quite good overview of the pros and the cons of such a solution. On one hand, ODA can greatly streamline your Oracle Database environment if you understand the purpose of this appliance. On the other hand, ODA can be your nightmare if you’re not using it as it supposed to be used. Let’s discover the common mistakes to avoid from…

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Lazhar Felahi

Where come from Oracle CMP$ tables and how to delete them ?

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Regarding the following “MOS Note Is Table SCHEMA.CMP4$222224 Or Similar Related To Compression Advisor? (Doc ID 1606356.1)”, we know that since Oracle 11.2.0.4 BP1 or Higher, due to the failure of Compression Advisor some tables with names that include “CMP”, created “temporary – the time the process is running” by Compression Advisor process (ie CMP4$23590) are not removed from the database as that should be the case. How theses tables are created ? How to…

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