These are my links for 18 nov 2011 through 22 nov 2011:
Plan your Exchange 2007 Backups based on Server Roles – When Microsoft created Exchange Server 2007, one of the biggest changes that they made was the creation of server roles. The concept of roles existed in Exchange server 2003, it was very limited. In Exchange server 2007, there are five different roles which serve five very specific purposes.
Because these roles are so different from one another, the tasks that an Exchange Server performs, and the code that is installed is entirely dictated by the role that the server is configured to perform. That being the case, it is necessary to completely reevaluate your backup strategy.
Oracle LSNRCTL – Listener Shutdown and Startup Procedures – Starting up and shutting down the oracle listener is a routine task for a database administrator. However a Linux system administrator or programmer may end-up doing some basic DBA operations on development database. It is critical for non-DBAs to understand the basic database admin activities.
In this article, let us review how to start, stop, check status of an oracle listener using Oracle listener control utility LSNRCTL.
DBEdit 2 – DBEdit 2 is a database editor, suitable as front-end for all your relational databases. Connects to Oracle, DB2, MySQL and many other databases.<br />
Used to easily query, update and administer your database, create reports and synchronize data.<br />
Written in Java and uses the features of JDBC to their fullest.
These are my links for 28 feb 2011 through 3 mar 2011:
Installing Oracle11 on Debian – The main goal is to get the Oracle installer to run so you can install Oracle successfully. This application has to run within X windows. We will use vnc for that, this is not necessary, but you may (often) find you have to install Oracle remotely. And using something like vnc sure beats spending time in a noisy server room[…]
Openfiler 2.3 Active/Passive Cluster (heartbeat,DRBD) With … – […] Openfiler is a Linux based NAS/SAN application which can deliver storage over nfs/smb/iscsi and ftp. It has a web interface over that you can control these services. The howto is based on the Howto from Kyle Gililland. A lot of thanks to him for this.<br />
The cluster we build will consist of two nodes replicating each other and taking over services and storage in case of emergency. Furthermore we have an Offsite Replication Server, which ideally stands in a physically different position and replicates the configurations/storage from which ever node is active. In case of emergency this Offsite Replication Server can be used to restore the cluster and to deliver the services […]
WebLogic Server Known and Resolved Issues – The following sections describe known problems in WebLogic Server 10.3, as well as problems that were resolved in earlier versions. Entries include a description of the problem, and a workaround or solution where appropriate. A notation in the Fixed In column indicates that the problem has been resolved.