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Nuno Pinto do Souto
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...se a tanto me ajudar o engenho e a arte...
...se a tanto me ajudar o engenho e a arte...

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Hey mr Oracle: how about fixing YOUR JDE apps?
1 table has 95% of all data (F0911) and more indexes than columns?
Isn't that a CLEAR violation of all your "expert design" guidelines?
What a SAD joke...
#facepalm
#oraclefail
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Nuno Pinto do Souto commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks a lot for attending this one, Arup.
It was very good to finally meet you in person, after so many years of online interaction.
Thanks for the excellent presentations and content, much appreciated.
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Do yourselfa favour and listen all the way to the end. Our world needs more Lindseys!
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Gorgeous animal!
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OMG!    Mid-life crisis moment!  :)
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A couple of nights ago, from our veranda.  
Impressive!
note: the music was added!
;) 
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Nuno Pinto do Souto commented on a post on Blogger.
I never quite understood why maximum protection in DG turns off the main database if the recovery site is unreachable.  It basically means HA is simply not there, since the main site can be taken out by something that has nothing to do with it being OK or not!
One way I've found around the problem you describe is to have one copy of the redo in a different system in the backup site via NFS.  It works peachy for low redo volume dbs.
But I agree entirely that something like this Phoenix box may be very useful for those dbs where management paranoia dictates they must be always up.  Thanks for the heads up on this. 
I'd say it'd be best even with it to then not use maximum protection!  :)
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