Month: May 2009

size sometimes does matter…

Not really. Well… You know what I mean. ;)Anyways, sorry for the "catchy" title. This entry is prompted by some of the ongoing exercise in fine tuning our AIX db servers.AIX is a great OS but the information needed to eek out the last ounce of performance for Oracle dbs is sparse, or across many documents. This blog entry is for my future reference on how to make Oracle use large pages in

size sometimes does matter…

Not really. Well… You know what I mean. ;)Anyways, sorry for the "catchy" title. This entry is prompted by some of the ongoing exercise in fine tuning our AIX db servers.AIX is a great OS but the information needed to eek out the last ounce of performance for Oracle dbs is sparse, or across many documents. This blog entry is for my future reference on how to make Oracle use large pages in

on the importance of a good data model …

An article written by Bert Scalzo was published in Information Management this week. The topic is ‘Is Data Modeling Still Relavant?’: it’s short, to the point and well worth reading.The article doesn’t recommend a specific tool, it simply recommends the practice of capturing a model of the data at rest (old school approach) in addition to the newer techniques that focus on capturing the data in

on the importance of a good data model …

An article written by Bert Scalzo was published in Information Management this week. The topic is ‘Is Data Modeling Still Relavant?’: it’s short, to the point and well worth reading.The article doesn’t recommend a specific tool, it simply recommends the practice of capturing a model of the data at rest (old school approach) in addition to the newer techniques that focus on capturing the data in

Cursor keys not working in Virtual Server 2 VM

Posted as a reminder to myself about how to fix this issue… I couldn’t get some of the cursor keys to work properly on my virtual machines running under VMWare Virtual Server 2 on Fedora 10 x86_64. Kept giving funny behaviour like bringing up the screen capture applet! A bit of searching the net came up with this one, which although not referring to Virtual Server 2 specifically, seems to work all the same… Essentially, […]

newspeak strikes again…

Frankly, the amount of hype surrounding the "cloud" thing is reaching the limits of what is acceptable by anyone with half a brain and a working mind!If anything, it is only discrediting the architecture and reducing it to yet another "j2ee" scam.I recently found this in one of the blog feeds.“Private, on-premise clouds are also an option that that may lessen security-related concerns”I beg your

newspeak strikes again…

Frankly, the amount of hype surrounding the "cloud" thing is reaching the limits of what is acceptable by anyone with half a brain and a working mind!If anything, it is only discrediting the architecture and reducing it to yet another "j2ee" scam.I recently found this in one of the blog feeds.“Private, on-premise clouds are also an option that that may lessen security-related concerns”I beg your

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