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Jun
8
reviewed Approve dynamodb tag wiki
Jun
8
reviewed Approve dynamodb tag wiki excerpt
Jun
7
comment I use sqlDBx to connect oralce 12c, cannot connect
To clarify what @max is saying, the error message states x86 which is 32-bit.
Jun
7
reviewed Approve Converting Query to Pass-through query
Jun
7
reviewed Close Converting Query to Pass-through query
Jun
7
reviewed Close multiple select query for the same tables with union
Jun
7
comment How can I prevent having inconsistent data under isolation level serializable in Oracle SQL?
SELECT .... FOR UPDATE
Jun
6
reviewed Close Choosing a database for storing large amount of data and allowing for thousands of writes
Jun
6
reviewed No Action Needed Oracle XE Backup Restore Problem
Jun
5
reviewed Leave Open Queries for unique names from a site table using multiple criteria
Jun
5
reviewed No Action Needed Given the same input, is the HASHBYTES function guaranteed to return the same output?
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Unable to check is schema is present first
Jun
4
reviewed Leave Closed Split a very large SQL table to multiple smaller tables
Jun
4
comment Linux Error: 111: Connection refused LSNRCTL
The DB should auto register with the listener. Is it running?
Jun
4
comment Linux Error: 111: Connection refused LSNRCTL
Delete your listener.ora and use netca to configure the listener, then restart it. Did you create a normal database or a container database?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed mongodb Date strings and other issues
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed Postgresql - How to Convert all Column Names to Lowercase
Jun
4
reviewed Close Split a very large SQL table to multiple smaller tables
Jun
4
comment 10.2.0.5 RAC instance running on Linux-64 recieved KEWRRFC: Remote Flush slave Failed, return code: 2
I doubt you'll get much response here - the SR is the best way to go
Jun
4
comment Linux Error: 111: Connection refused LSNRCTL
Well. oracle-home in the listener.ora is a typo - you also need to remove the leading space from your /etc/hosts just before the IP address. That's a starter anyway