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Building bridges: “Bridge must not have discovery mode for LACP interface; Interface file: bondeth0;”

Building bridges: “Bridge must not have discovery mode for LACP interface; Interface file: bondeth0;”

Some days start as an exatastic day and end up grasping your hair. This post is about such a day. A brand new shiny X7 Quarter Rack exadata was being installed for a customer. This setup was a fairly straightforward one. Quarter rack, full ovm and 2 virtual clusters. Not too fancy. LACP is being used for the public network on the fibers and vlan tagging is done on the switch. Given that, my customer created a OEDA configuration using…

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My first REST adventures

My first REST adventures

REST and ORDS are available already a long time in the Oracle database.  Now I have the opportunity to dig deeper into it. In my current project, which involves a on-premises 12.1 multitenant database to 18c in the cloud. Including the Apex upgrade from 4.2 to the default apex 5 which comes with the 18c installation. When the POC period is over, I might blog more over this project, but this is the POC phase in which we’ll see what…

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Exploring 18c exadata functions

Exploring 18c exadata functions

Recently I was granted access to the finest and latest exadata. Unfortunately it’s not mine, but I was asked if I managed to log in remotely as a test. Of course I wanted to test that. As it turned out, it was the very latest build of 18c which is available for exadata. You can find the release schedules for Oracle versions here:  the single-source-of-truth MOS Note: 742060.1 – Release Schedule of Current Database Releases. I realised this was a cool opportunity…

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LAB-time: upgrading Grid Infrastructure (GI) from 12.1 to 18c

LAB-time: upgrading Grid Infrastructure (GI) from 12.1 to 18c

First of all I like to start with telling you that this blog-post is intended only for testing, playing, learning,… things. It is not intended for production use and currently 18c is only available for Cloud and engineered systems environments. For on-premises availability check Mike Dietrich’s ( @MikeDietrichDE ) blog here: https://mikedietrichde.com/2018/03/20/when-will-oracle-database-18c-be-available-on-prem/ . There I like his sentence that I will quote: Anyway, for all the details and announcements, please see always the single-source-of-truth MOS Note: 742060.1 – Release Schedule of Current…

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