Coskan’s Approach to Oracle

May 3, 2010

Blogroll Report 19/03 /2010 – 26/03/2010

Filed under: Basics, Blogroll Report — coskan @ 2:39 am

<—- Blogroll Report 12/03/2010 – 19/03/2010

1-Tanel Poder’s Session Snapper v3.10
Tanel Poder-Session Snapper

2-Function Based Index behaviour with cursor_sharing similar or force?
Yu Sun-Demonstrate a function-based index is unable to be used due to cursor_sharing setting

3-How to upgrade database using a Rolling Upgrade With an Existing Physical Standby Database feature of 11G (transient logical standby)
Gavin Soorma-11g Release 2 Rolling Upgrade using Transient Logical Standby database

4-Extra filter in CBO to do short circuit
Alex Fatkulin-Where did the filter came from?

5-What happens when you delete a row where there are more than 2 index and you reach via 1?
Gary Myers-Turning things on their head

6-How to clone a database on the same server using rman duplicate from active database ?
Alejandro Vargas-Cloning A Database On The Same Server Using Rman Duplicate From Active Database

7-Java Vulnaribility that lets hacker to use orapwd to change sys password
Paul M Wright-CREATE SESSION to SYSDBA via Java and orapwd

8-What is the difference between database sessions and processs?
Arup Nanda-Difference between Session and Process

9-What does Parse Calls statistic mean?
Jonathan Lewis-Nutshell-2

10-Difference between deletion from index and table
Jonathan Lewis-Index too big

11-How to create fake height balanced histograms?
Jonathan Lewis-Fake Histograms

12-How does oracle store unique bitmap indexes
Richard Foote-Unique Bitmap Indexes Part I (Unnatural Selection)

13-Using Mapping tables instead of decode or case
Robert Vollman-DECODE/CASE vs. Mapping Tables

14-How to build ASM Clustered file system
Jim Czuprynski-Building an ASM Clustered File System

15-How does dynamic remastering work in Oracle RAC
Riyaj Shamsudeen-RAC object remastering ( Dynamic remastering )

Blogroll Report 26/03 /2010 – 02/04/2010–>


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