Monitoring

Virtual Classroom Episode 8: Upgrade Internals and so much more

This is your final chance to sign up within the next hours to our Virtual Classroom Episode 8: Upgrade Internals and so much more  We will run this session on Wednesday Feb 10 at 10:00h CET tomorrow. And in case you don’t know yet what to do on a ice-cold winter Wednesday morning, this is what you should do.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Upgrades (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Virtual Classroom Episode 8: Upgrade Internals and so much more

You see the agenda in the picture above. We will cover not only internals but also diagnosability, monitoring, troubleshooting, tipps, tricks, secrets, workarounds, gothas, dos and don’ts – …

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AutoUpgrade: Refresh Status Information automatically

I have heard and received this question several times. And I always pointed people to the status logs in AutoUpgrade’s logging directory. But I wasn’t aware how simple the monitoring can be. Kudos to my colleague Meir Burmanov from Oracle Israel for explaining me today how you can simply monitor AutoUpgrade: Refresh Status Information automatically.

Like it – and it’s very simple

This won’t be a long blog post. And maybe there are even more fancier ways to do the monitoring. But for me it does the job. And it is super simple. …

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SQL Monitoring – Limitation at 300 lines per statement

One of the best parts of my job at Oracle:
I still learn something new every day.

Yesterday I’ve learned from my colleague from Oracle Switzerland, Thomas Teske, that SQL Real Time Monitoring has an embedded default limitation on the number of lines in the statement. If the limit (default: 300 lines) is exceeded the statement won’t be monitored. We both work with a leading Swiss company and we wanted to monitor a complex plan.

Now you may think: Who the heck has statements longer than 300 lines?
Well … sometimes that is beyond your influence as in this particular …

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