All of Oracle’s database technologies fed into the backbone of Exadata over 10 years ago — but does the process work in the other direction?
In the previous post ORACLE ACTIVE DATA GUARD 19C FEATURES: AN ASTERISK, using Global Temporary Tables (GTTs) on an Oracle 18c or 19c Active Data
Using Oracle Active Data Guard (ADG) gets easier to set up every release — you can even use dbca on a new standby for creating
On databases with multiple DBAs and a not too rigorous change control policy, database parameters get changed and it’s not always clear who made the
What’s in a query block name, that is! I was trying to figure out the intricacies of how the Oracle optimizer works with set operators
In Part 1 of this post, I pointed out the key difference between two different types of Oracle chained rows — chained rows that were