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OEDA does more than you would expect

OEDA does more than you would expect

The title summaries this complete blogpost, the OEDA (oracle exadata deployment assistant) does a lot more than you would expect. Therefor it is pretty important that you should use a recent version every time when fiddling around with virtual machines on the exadata. A simple example I just discovered and did not know about. In my previous blogpost about the bond_eth issue (find it here: http://vanpupi.stepi.net/index.php/2017/06/09/exadata-ovm-creation-second-argument-is-not-defined-bondeth_mode/ ) you could read that there was a problem while I invoked domU maker manually…

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Exadata ovm creation: Second argument is not defined: bondeth_mode

Exadata ovm creation: Second argument is not defined: bondeth_mode

There are some days which start as exatastic days and end up at Oracle Support. This blogpost is (hopefully) one with temporal validity. I know that’s a 12c feature as well, but that’s another story. The error which I’ll discuss here, will tell you about the “Second argument is not defined: bondeth_mode” error in the domu maker logfile. A while ago, one of my customers asked me to extend one of their exadata’s with 2 extra compute nodes, make sure…

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ORACLE DB IN THE AZURE CLOUD – PT2

ORACLE DB IN THE AZURE CLOUD – PT2

During the BI in the cloud project, one of the aspects we had to test is the network. Here is how we did it to figure out how the network performs and most of all, is it stable? One of the most important things in a cloud environment is the network. It connects devices to eachother and makes it possible to have communication between devices. Sounds obvious, right? Some tests we have done, were relying very heavily on the network, such…

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