Developer: What’s wrong with this SQL statement?
Me: I’ve done an SQL trace on it and it churns through 1.6 Gig of data, 0.3 Gig from disk taking 439 seconds, the rest coming from memory, but incuring a 140 second delay due to assorted cluster waits.
Conclusion: It’s a quality statement, not! 🙂
My hatred for Oracle Collaboration Suite (OCS) is growing by the day. It’s completely…
I’ve decided to take leaf out of David Aldridge’s book and create a list of my own:
Alternative meanings for the OCS acronym:
- Overly Complicated Sh*t
- Obtuse Craptastic System
- It doesn’t work, it’s complete crap, just ditch it and write something decent that works and doesn’t need loads of harware to do a really simple job!
OK, the last one doesn’t quite work, but the sentiment is spot on! Please feel free to contribute your own ideas 🙂
By the way, did I mention that OCS is a steaming pile of…
PS. Oracle applications are a total mess as well.
PPS. The application servers are a nighmare. Hopefully Larry will get his head out of his ass and do something about them!
PPPS. Why are there so many bugs in the DB these days?