One and a half months is not a particularly long period of time. I'll grant that it seems longer when you're the one that's unemployed. Several years back I left my job unexpectedly (the decision was mine... but I hadn't come to work that day planning to quit). I didn't even look for work the first month but rather took the time as an extended cool-off period/vacation. However, one month after I started looking, I was getting mildly anxious.
What to do... First of all -- do you have a LinkedIn profile? If not, you should create one. I cannot tell you how many recruiters contact me due to mine even when I am *not* looking for work. Spend some time on it to make it look as interesting as possible. If you have a good photo of yourself with a professional appearance, upload it. If you do not have a suitable photo, have a friend take several shots of you with different backgrounds. Pick the one you like best and upload it. There are numerous articles written about creating a good Linked-In profile. Use Google to find one (or several). Read them and follow the suggestions that make sense for you. Have someone else proofread your profile when you are done to help find any problems. A poorly-done LinkedIn profile can easily be worse than having none at all.
While you have too much time on your hands... use it to become better with Oracle. Read all of the technical articles you can. Oracle-Base is a great place to find a bunch of these, but there's also OTN, Oracle Learning Library and a host of other sources online. Install Oracle 12c and play around with the new features. Look at job listings for the location in which you live. See what the companies in your area are looking for. If a skill you don't have keeps popping up in job listings -- see if you can learn it. Oracle professionals make their living by the information stored in their heads. You can never go wrong by constantly increasing what you know.