3 Live Webinars: Upgrade and Performance Webinar 2 Questions answered

Thanks a lot to all of you who participated also in our second Webinar. Below you find now 3 Live Webinars: Upgrade and Performance Webinar 2 Questions answered.

3 Live Webinars: Upgrade and Performance Webinar 2 Questions answered

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Your Questions, our Answers for Webinar 2: Upgrade and Performance

I this blog post I answer all questions from the second seminar about AutoUpgrade to Oracle 19c and Performance Stability. Please find the links to the other QAs for Webinar 1 (Release Strategy, Patching and Cool Features) and Webinar 3 (Migration to Multitenant) below in the Links section of this blog post.

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AutoUpgrade Tips: Running two (or more) sessions in parallel

Our intention with the AutoUpgrade as the single tool to upgrade your databases was initially: You have one big config file for your databases. And you will use this file to upgrade your databases unattended. Ideally you run an “analyze” at first, then you schedule a “deploy” for overnight or the next weekend or whenever it is convenient for you. But sometimes people have different needs. In this particular case several people asked whether you can run multiple AutoUpgrade tools in parallel on the same server. Hence, I’d like to explain the first of more AutoUpgrade …

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DMU – Tips and Tricks – Migration Assistant for Unicode


Please find previous posts about the Data Migration Assistant for Unicode (DMU) here:

Since Roy and I subscribed to the Hot Topics support email we’ll find a very helpful note none of us was aware of almost every second day.

One of these recent finds is:

For those who have never heard of the DMU before you’ll find a very …

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Parameter Recommendations for Oracle Database 12c – Part II

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Time for a new round on Parameter Recommendations for Oracle Database The focus of this blog post settles on very well known parameters with interesting behavior. This can be a behavior change or simply something we’d like to point out. And even if you still work on Oracle Database 11g some of the below recommendations may apply to your environment as well.


Again, please be advised – the following parameter list is mostly based on personal experience only. Some of them are officially recommended by Oracle

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