Swingbench Short Cookbook Commands

Swingbench Short Cookbook Commands

In this example, we are using Swingbench 2.6 with the Order Entry stress test using a configuration file (SOE_Server_Side_V2.xml). Connection String The connection will always be defined to the pluggable database (not CDB), if installed.

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Disaster Recovery in a Box – Literally

If you’ve been basing your risk management and business continuity strategy on the premise that it’s impossible to achieve zero data loss (ZDL) in backup-only environments, you may want to reconsider. Axxana’s DR in a Box™ solution provides ZDL recovery for Oracle applications when the disaster recovery strategy is based on backups. It’s the only solution on the market to do so—and comes at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions based on replication between two data centers.

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Extract Data Guard Commands on Oracle 12.2

Extract Data Guard Commands on Oracle 12.2

  Hi, These days I’m starting to work on Oracle 12.2, leaving behind the old versions. Since my main domain is Oracle Data Guard, I posted a blog about Oracle 12c Release 2 New Features for Active Data Guard. One of the big new features I missed is that the internal Data Guard Broker configuration was changed dramatically in 12.2. Last week, I tried to Extract Data Guard Commands and realized it is not working as before, 🙁 so I sat down and adjusted it to work on 12.2. This time, I enhanced the output with some more important information.

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Coloring alert.log Output via Tail and Less

Coloring alert.log Output via Tail and Less

To make my day-to-day job easier and more convenient, I like having some utilities and aliases. We, the DBA nation, need to look at the alert.log file frequently. So, basically, I did the following: Created a script to tail my alert.log file Colored the important words Added an alias to the script

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