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Dec
31
reviewed Reject optimizing init.ora oracle database server
Dec
31
reviewed Close How to remove line breaks in SSMS?
Dec
30
reviewed No Action Needed Dumping data to a CSV file
Dec
30
revised SMB 3.0 file share storage limitation
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Dec
30
reviewed No Action Needed Automatic incremental backup of MySql on windows
Dec
30
reviewed Reviewed How to use LIKE with subquery?
Dec
30
reviewed No Action Needed SQL Server query on server taking longer than laptop
Dec
30
reviewed No Action Needed Table design: how to store denormalized Excel data
Dec
30
reviewed Reviewed mysql innodb - strange data loss
Dec
30
comment Enabling audit in Oracle
That'll do, but things have changed significantly in 12c. This is worth a read: blogs.oracle.com/imc/entry/oracle_database_12c_new_unified
Dec
30
comment CREATE TABLE AS SELECT creates non-nullable columns
@a_horse_with_no_name I doubt it. How would it know if there's a 4 Petabyte dataset? It won't scan the result set once to create, then again to insert
Dec
30
comment CREATE TABLE AS SELECT creates non-nullable columns
Always the case, as far as I know
Dec
30
reviewed Edit How to use LIKE with subquery?
Dec
30
revised How to use LIKE with subquery?
edit tagging
Dec
30
reviewed No Action Needed How to update scheduler job credentials in oracle enterprise manager?
Dec
30
reviewed Approve Fastest way to migrate database to AlwaysOn cluster
Dec
30
reviewed Approve Best Practices to reconfigure SQL Server for VMware
Dec
30
answered CREATE TABLE AS SELECT creates non-nullable columns
Dec
30
reviewed Close Database disaster prevention
Dec
29
comment Oracle crashing on CentOS
This is almost certainly a Linux kernel config problem. Did you set the kernel parameters as detailed in the pre-install checklist? (Number of open semaphores, SHMMAX etc)?