Tracing the SGA


Some years ago, a developer asked me to trace the SGA of an Oracle database instance. I thought they were confused and juxtaposed two words they had heard. Since then, I realised that they were talking about a feature of Toad for Oracle.

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OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #9


This is my eighth real design journal entry in my series started in “OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #1”. The next issue to consider is “PADSTOW: GI Directories Should Not Be Created on Standalone Systems (Unless ASM is used)”.

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OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #7


This is my sixth real design journal entry in my series started in “OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #1”. While I try to resolve the issue, “PADSTOW: ASM groups are being created on a non-ASM system”, I will look for design improvement opportunities and record any design decisions.

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OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #6


This is my fifth real design journal entry in my series started in “OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #1”. While I try to resolve the issue, “PADSTOW: ASM groups are being created on a non-ASM system”, I will look for design improvement opportunities and record any design decisions.

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OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #5


This is my fourth real design journal entry in my series started in “OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #1”. While I try to resolve the issue, “PADSTOW: ASM groups are being created on a non-ASM system”, I will look for design improvement opportunities and record any design decisions.

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OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #4


This is my third real design journal entry in my series started in OCM12C with Ansible Design Journal Entry #1. While I try to resolve the issue, “PADSTOW: ASM groups are being created on a non-ASM system”, I will look for design improvement opportunities and record any design decisions.

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