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How do I limit Oracle to use specific ports?

I've built a new Oracle 9iR2 instance on a Windows 2003 32-bit cluster. Of course, it's version 9i for reasons out of my control. Several application servers connect to this instance, and each opens ...
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PostgreSQL: Trouble accessing another server's Data via NFS

Background: I'm working on a 2-node High Availability PostgreSQL database cluster for my company. The system has a master/standby setup where the standby takes over the duties of the master when the ...
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MySQL Cluster over WAN: Best Architecture Options?

My company is looking at a multi-data-centre solution for high-availability, fun, and profit. We have businesses across the planet, with the need for MySQL database clustering solutions that can keep ...
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TdsInputBufferError not 0 in LoginTimers errors of RING_BUFFER_CONNECTIVITY of sys.dm_os_ring_buffers

I've got an issue with SQL Server. The value of TdsInputBufferError is not 0 in LoginTimers errors of RING_BUFFER_CONNECTIVITY of sys.dm_os_ring_buffers. This happens randomly, once or twice a week, ...
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Creating a New Database Across a Network with SQL Server 2008 R2

I appreciate that the above should not be done ('Creating a New Database Across a Network with SQL Server 2008 R2') for all of the reasons outlined here but a client wants to know how to do this and ...
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I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds

Usually our weekly full backups finish in about 35 minutes, with daily diff backups finishing in ~5 minutes. Since tuesday the dailies have taken almost 4 hours to complete, way more than should be ...
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Using SQL Server on separate networks

I have a bunch of SQL Servers installed on Windows2008R2. Currently, each windows server has two NIC's, each connecting to separate networks. In other words, each server appears on each network. ...
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Best practices for connecting DBs that are in different geographical regions

We are about to set up SQL Servers in different countries. We need to link them, but we don't have to have a direct link (as in linked server). In other words, they can be loosely coupled. Is it ...