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Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-18 01:33:49

I have received a few comments related to my posts on the deprecation of the non-CDB architecture. I must admit, I find some reactions to be a bit confusing.

First, let me be clear – I am NOT an official voice for Oracle. This is MY blog, MY opinio…

Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-12 01:00:00

Welcome to part three of my response to this blog entry on the deprecation notice of the Oracle non-CDB architecture. The previous blog entries are here for part one. Until now I’ve tackled these comments:
What I want to talk about is Oracle 

Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-10 01:00:00

Welcome to part three of my response to this blog entry on the deprecation notice of the Oracle non-CDB architecture. The previous blog entries are here for part one. Until now I’ve tackled these comments:
What I want to talk about is Oracle 

Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-06 20:24:17

I always run an Exacheck before patching an Exadata box. It’s just a good practice. In many cases I’ll ask the DBA at the customer to run it for me and send me the results. There is one consistent problem that I want to address in this blog and that’s …

Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-06 01:00:00

This is part two of my response to the deprecation of the non-CDB model at some point in the future and some of the responses that have been made in relation to this announcement.
In Part One I addressed the initial comments that were made indica…

Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-04 22:56:44

Oracle has announced the deprecation of the non-CDB architecture as seen in this blog entry here. Of course, the knee jerk, negative, FUD ridden comments are starting to come out. One of these kinds of responses can be seen in this blog.
Edit: I wa…