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Time to get back into blogging. I stopped a while ago and the reason was two-fold. As I was leaving

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So calling Google Reader dead may be a bit premature, but Googles announcement of their intention to kill their baby

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You know how it is, when you have that feeling. You are on top of your game. You have a

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Wrap-up This is the last post in this series and I’ll not introduce anything new¬†here, but rather just summarise the

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Reducing storage requirements In the last post in this series I talked about how we sped up the move of

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Moving to history tables In the last post I talked about how we made the speed of actually writing all

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Writing log records The last post in this series introduced the problem briefly. You find that post here. In this post

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Introduction In my work among other things I tune and tweak solutions for EXADATA. Today I’ll write about a big

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In this post I’ll finish up the CRUD implementation using records, procedures and views. This series of blog posts started

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I have hidden my previous post on the explicit request by Oracle Security Team. If you did read it or

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