I’ve been googling for articles on using Dtrace with Oracle databases. There isn’t all that much. I’ve found an article from Andrey Nikolaev on using Dtrace to investigate exclusive latches on Solaris. He uses this dtrace command to investigate the MMON process (in his case PID 16444): $/usr/sbin/dtrace -n ‘pid16444:oracle:kslgetl:entry’ But unfortunately this doesn’t work […]
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Forced by the destiny to make a migration using backup/restore (with a little downtime), how to be sure nothing will be lost during the migration? Here is a way: Create your own data just before migrating. 🙂 Seems like a kludge and it is.. haha.. But it works. Take a look: # Original Database SQL> […]
1) Start SQL*Plus. 2) Close the database: 3) Change the database name: 4) Re-create the PFILE from the SPFILE: 5) Change the DB_NAME parameter in the PFILE. 6) Create a new SPFILE from the PFILE: 7) Create a new password file: 8) Open the database: 9) Exit SQL*Plus. Refer to section 19 of the Oracle […]
1) Start SQL*Plus. 2) Create a temporary tablespace: 3) Run the following script: 4) Exit SQL*Plus. Refer to section 36 of the Oracle Database PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference manual for more information.
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