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How to Convert BMP to JPG: 2 Easy Ways!

VitalSoftTech - Tue, 2019-10-22 08:45

Are you looking to convert BMP to JPG? There are plenty of ways you can do that, through software installed in your laptop or through online BMP to JPG converters. We’ll take a look at some of the way you can make a conversion in this article! But first, let’s take a look at what […]

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srvctl config all

Michael Dinh - Tue, 2019-10-22 08:19

Learned something new today and not sure if it’s new feature.

Seems a lot easier to gather clusterware configuration using one command.

Works with srvctl version: 18.0.0.0.0 or higher.

19c

oracle@ol7-19-rac2 ~]$ echo $ORACLE_HOME
/u01/app/19.0.0/grid

[oracle@ol7-19-rac2 ~]$ srvctl -version
srvctl version: 19.0.0.0.0

[oracle@ol7-19-rac2 ~]$ srvctl config all

Oracle Clusterware configuration details
========================================

Oracle Clusterware basic information
------------------------------------
  Operating system          Linux
  Name                      ol7-19-cluster
  Class                     STANDALONE
  Cluster nodes             ol7-19-rac1, ol7-19-rac2
  Version                   19.0.0.0.0
  Groups                    SYSOPER: SYSASM:dba SYSRAC:dba SYSDBA:dba
  OCR locations             +DATA
  Voting disk locations     DATA
  Voting disk file paths    /dev/oracleasm/asm-disk3

Cluster network configuration details
-------------------------------------
  Interface name  Type  Subnet           Classification
  eth1            IPV4  192.168.56.0/24  PUBLIC
  eth2            IPV4  192.168.1.0/24   PRIVATE, ASM

SCAN configuration details
--------------------------

SCAN "ol7-19-scan" details
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  Name                ol7-19-scan
  IPv4 subnet         192.168.56.0/24
  DHCP server type    static
  End points          TCP:1521

  SCAN listeners
  --------------
  Name              VIP address
  LISTENER_SCAN1    192.168.56.105
  LISTENER_SCAN2    192.168.56.106
  LISTENER_SCAN3    192.168.56.107


ASM configuration details
-------------------------
  Mode             remote
  Password file    +DATA
  SPFILE           +DATA

  ASM disk group details
  ++++++++++++++++++++++
  Name  Redundancy
  DATA  EXTERN

Database configuration details
==============================

Database "ora.cdbrac.db" details
--------------------------------
  Name                ora.cdbrac.db
  Type                RAC
  Version             19.0.0.0.0
  Role                PRIMARY
  Management          AUTOMATIC
  policy
  SPFILE              +DATA
  Password file       +DATA
  Groups              OSDBA:dba OSOPER:oper OSBACKUP:dba OSDG:dba OSKM:dba OSRAC:dba
  Oracle home         /u01/app/oracle/product/19.0.0/dbhome_1
[oracle@ol7-19-rac2 ~]$

18c

[oracle@rac1 Desktop]$ srvctl -version
srvctl version: 18.0.0.0.0

[oracle@rac1 Desktop]$ srvctl config all

Oracle Clusterware configuration details                                        
========================================                                        

Oracle Clusterware basic information                                            
------------------------------------                                            
  Operating system         Linux                                           
  Name                     scan                                            
  Class                    STANDALONE                                      
  Cluster nodes            rac1, rac2                                      
  Version                  18.0.0.0.0                                      
  Groups                   SYSOPER:dba SYSASM:dba SYSRAC:dba SYSDBA:dba    
  Cluster home             /u01/app/18.0.0/grid                            
  OCR locations            +CRS                                            
  Voting disk locations    /dev/asm-disk8, /dev/asm-disk9, /dev/asm-disk7  

Cluster network configuration details                                           
-------------------------------------                                           
  Interface name  Type  Subnet           Classification  
  eth1            IPV4  10.1.1.0/24      PRIVATE, ASM    
  eth0            IPV4  192.168.11.0/24  PUBLIC          

SCAN configuration details                                                      
--------------------------                                                      

SCAN "scan.localdomain" details                                                 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++                                                 
  Name                scan.localdomain  
  IPv4 subnet         192.168.11.0/24   
  DHCP server type    static            
  End points          TCP:1521          

  SCAN listeners                                                                
  --------------                                                                
  Name        VIP address    
  LISTENER    192.168.11.60  


ASM configuration details                                                       
-------------------------                                                       
  Mode             remote  
  Password file    +RAC    
  SPFILE           +RAC    

  ASM disk group details                                                        
  ++++++++++++++++++++++                                                        
  Name  Redundancy  
  CRS   NORMAL      
  DATA  EXTERN      
  FRA   EXTERN      
  RAC   EXTERN      

Database configuration details                                                  
==============================                                                  

Database "ora.uptst.db" details                                                 
-------------------------------                                                 
  Name                ora.uptst.db                                                   
  Type                RAC                                                            
  Version             18.0.0.0.0                                                     
  Role                PRIMARY                                                        
  Management          AUTOMATIC                                                      
  policy                                                                             
  SPFILE              +DATA                                                          
  Password file       +DATA                                                          
  Groups              OSDBA:dba OSOPER:dba OSBACKUP:dba OSDG:dba OSKM:dba OSRAC:dba  
  Oracle home         /u01/app/oracle/product/18.0.0/db_home1                        

Database "ora.uptst2.db" details                                                
--------------------------------                                                
  Name                 ora.uptst2.db                                        
  Type                 RAC                                                  
  Version              12.1.0.2.0                                           
  Role                 PRIMARY                                              
  Management policy    AUTOMATIC                                            
  SPFILE               +DATA                                                
  Password file        +DATA                                                
  Groups               OSDBA:dba OSOPER:dba OSBACKUP:dba OSDG:dba OSKM:dba  
  Oracle home          /u01/app/oracle/product/12.1.0.2_1                   
[oracle@rac1 Desktop]$ 

FAR SYNC FAILOVER

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
Dear Sir, In case of an outage on the primary database, the standard failover procedure applies, and after some time primary server available then how it going to sync all 3 server. please help me to understand this. Thanks Pradeep
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Oracle query running slow

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
Hi Team, we have a SQL query which is a source query for the ETL load job, this take around 3 hours to run, could you please help us how we can make it run faster. The row count of the tables involved are as follows. D_PERSON 4618595 ...
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Keep pooI

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
when I assign any of the segment to keep pool , It is nessesary to set appropriate DB_KEEP_CACHE_SIZE as per the sizes of the segment. or it will dynamically set DB_KEEP_CACHE_SIZE?
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Limit parallelism

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
Hi ASKTOM team, I am not very good with parallelism, so have a question about DW database. These are my current settings: <code> parallel_adaptive_multi_user boolean TRUE parallel_automatic_tuning boolean FALSE parallel_degree_li...
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Log Files in Oracle External Tables

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
My External Tables were working fine before i accidentally deleted all the .log and .bad files from the default location. Now I am getting below error ORA-29913: error in executing ODCIEXTTABLEOPEN callout ORA-29400: data cartridge error KUP-...
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(Theoretical) Confusion with roles and public synonyms

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2019-10-22 00:46
Hi Tom, <b>Confusion1:- </b> Suppose I have three user accounts in my database: A, B and C. 'A' user has the privilege to create a role. Suppose there is a table named 'employee' in schema 'A' and 'A' issues:- 1. create role GiveAccess; 2...
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Stat gather impact on production environment

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 12:45
On OLTP production environment, during huge transaction period, what is an impact if we run the stat gather of used schema for transaction???, It will missed any indexes, and other operation issues???
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Best practice for "archiving" legacy tables and their data

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 12:45
Hi, I recently removed the last piece of front-end functionality that relied on a table, and am certain that that table and its data is no longer needed for the application to function. We'll have more similar tables in this situation in the near ...
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Fetch across commit

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 12:45
what do you mean by 'Fetch across commit'
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Is there a maximum number of schemas that can be included in a datapump par file?

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 12:45
I've been tasked with migrating a very large warehouse database (9TB) from hardware in one data center to new hardware in a different data center. For various reasons, the method I've selected for the migration is datapump. I'm breaking up the data...
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Moat Wins Adweek “Reader’s Choice” Award for Best Brand Safety/Verification Solution

Oracle Press Releases - Mon, 2019-10-21 06:00
Blog
Moat Wins Adweek “Reader’s Choice” Award for Best Brand Safety/Verification Solution

By Kurt Kratchman, GVP, Product Development, Oracle Data Cloud—Oct 21, 2019

 

If you want to find the best product or service, you should ask the people who know that product or service best for their recommendations.

Want a reliable dishwasher? Check out the online reviews from appliance installers and repairmen. In the market for a new car?  Explore the consumer satisfaction surveys from thousands of current owners. Searching for the perfect pizza in Pittsburgh? Pick up a copy of the “Best of Pittsburgh” poll in the local City Paper.

The same holds true in digital advertising, which is why we are so honored and delighted to announce that Moat by Oracle Data Cloud is the winner of the 2019 Adweek “Readers’ Choice: Best of Tech” Award for Brand Safety/Verification.

The awards are based on an Adweek reader survey in which more than 50,000 votes were cast by executives from leading brands and agencies for their favorite technology providers and solutions. These experts know our industry the best, as they evaluate and make mission-critical decisions on a daily basis about which technologies, products, and solutions they should use to support their brands.

Equally important, these executives measure success by the real-world impact of their marketing investments. Therefore, they dedicate significant time and resources to finding technology partners who can help keep their brands safe, ensure their ads are viewable, and protect their campaigns from invalid traffic and fraud, which are the cornerstone of our Moat products.

Reinforcing Moat’s industry leadership, MediaPost editor-in-chief Joe Mandese noted in a column last week that Moat “has become the closest thing to a de facto currency for digital audience attention.”

Moat offers a range of products to help customers ensure their advertising dollars are well-spent, including our industry-leading Moat Analytics and Pre-Bid by Moat, which help identify brand-safe, fraud-safe, and viewable inventory before an ad is placed. Part of that solution is Oracle’s Contextual Intelligence, which provides real-time content review and classification across the majority of the addressable footprint of the open web. That functionality gives advertisers greater control over the safety and suitability of content near their ads.

Moat customers, along with their marketing peers, added their strong voice to the vote results. “To be effective, advertising needs to be viewable by real people in brand-safe environments, which is why rigorous standards for ad measurement, verified by third party independent providers is so important,” said Yale Cohen, EVP Digital Investment Ad Standards, Publicis Media. “As a long-term Moat customer, we congratulate the Oracle Data Cloud team on this award.”

“As a Publisher, it is critical we provide our clients with the confidence that their ad dollars are being spent wisely on our platforms,” added Nicole Lesko, SVP Ad Product & Revenue for Meredith Corporation. “As a customer of Moat, we have come to rely on their best-in-class measurement to ensure our inventory is bot-free, viewable and safe across channels.”

Beyond Moat’s win, Oracle Data Cloud’s recognition in the Adweek survey extended across its full product suite, with additional top-three finishes against scores of companies in the categories of Data Supplier (Oracle Data Cloud) and Measurement and Analytics: Digital and Mobile Display Advertising (Moat). In fact, Oracle Data Cloud secured a top-three finish in every one of its product categories from Audience to Measurement and Context.

As a data-driven company, we are delighted that Adweek’s analysis of votes by agency and brand executives supports what hundreds of their peers already know: If you want to protect your brand with the best viewability, fraud, and brand safety solutions, there’s only one Moat.

For more information about Moat by Oracle Data Cloud and the full range of solutions offered, including brand safety, viewability and IVT measurement, please visit Moat.com.

Index Rebuild and analyze

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 03:45
Hello Tom , I have a query regarding Index rebuild . what according to you should be time lag between index rebuilds. We are rebuilding indexes every week .but we found it is causing lot of fragmentation. is there any way we could find out whet...
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Views of Views

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 03:45
I remember hearing some time ago that creating views based upon other existing views should be avoided as it can often confuse the optimiser and result in full table scans. I expect that this is just another urban myth however I would be intereste...
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Inserts with APPEND Hint.

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 03:45
<code>insert /*+ append */ into t select rownum,mod(rownum,5) from all_objects where rownum <=1000 call count cpu elapsed disk query current rows ------- ------ -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -----...
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Kill a session from database procedure

Tom Kyte - Mon, 2019-10-21 03:45
How i can kill a session from a stored database procedure. There is some way to do this?
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Why cost for TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID to high for only one row

Tom Kyte - Sat, 2019-10-19 15:45
Dear Tom, I have problem with query on table have function base index. create index : <code> create index customer_idx_idno on Customer (lower(id_no)) ; --- id_no varchar2(40) </code> <b>Query 1:</b> execute time 0.031s but cost 5,149, 1 row ...
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How to get unique values/blanks across all columns

Tom Kyte - Sat, 2019-10-19 15:45
Hi, I have a wide table with 200 odd columns. Requirement is to pivot the columns and display the unique values and count of blanks within each column <code>CREATE TABLE example( c1 VARCHAR(10), c2 VARCHAR(10), c3 VARCHAR(10) ); / INSERT ...
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Elastic search using Oracle 19c

Tom Kyte - Sat, 2019-10-19 15:45
Team, Very recently we got a question from our customer that "can I replace Elastic search using Oracle 19c or any version of Oracle database prior to that"? Any inputs/directions to that please - kindly advice.
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