In 10gR2, when you create a backup with rman using "backup device type disk as compressed backupset database", is it doing true compression like zip? Or is it just doing unued block compression? s/unued/unused/
BigODBA: I did. They're both linked against 10. I'm rebuilding against 11 to see if that helps? BigODBA: maybe my dev box's rack is in solar-flare alley or something
hey has anyone ever seen a java exception message like this before? org.springframework.jdbc.CannotGetJdbcConnectionException: Could not get JDBC Connection; nested exception is java.sql.SQLException: OAUTH marshaling failure ?
Mr_Grim: your DB version and jdbc driver version?
BigODBA one sec it all matches up BigODBA this only happens on my desktop computer my laptop computer, everything works same application same driver
Hello Has anyone ever seen an issue with automating a silent install of oracle using a response file, where you get files that are zero length? ...And not all the files, just certain files in the "bin" dir
question: umm to map to my apps old way of putting dbf files on diff lun/mount points to ensure spindle speed, I made 2 disk groups...dbca only lets me pick one for the database? why? cant I pick both then when defining tablespaces use +A and +B?
any one here have a Mac OS X? I need PLSQL like program for MacOSX, I'm not Developer just a Sysadmin ;)
Are there no Oracle packages for OS X? (Action) distinctly remembers running an Oracle beta on OS X 10.4
is there any reason orainstRoot.sh file would go missing on a node? i mean some operation other than a user really deleting the file
only needed during install anyway
I know that........its just strange that I no longer see it in the oraInventory directory not that what that file actually contains is hard to write either.......just that the file is not in the central inventory
is it in lost+found?
nope this is my sandbox and not a prod or dev box no one uses this box other than me
Only root can delete that file
and I did not delete the file and just wonder how it went missing are you sure about that "only root can delete that file?" If it is in the oraInventory directory that is owned by the oracle user, why would you need to be root user to delete it?
well you said you were the only user so the point is a little moot
DiscordianuK: agreed! thought it would be nice to clear the fact aren't I a good sport ;) btw........I wondered what your nick meant. Google tells me the theory behind it interesting