Monthly Archives: May 2014

GoldenGate: Using SKIPTRANS

I’m going to make this a quick post because I just came across this and wanted to document it. The environment is GoldenGate 11.2.1.0.5 on Linux 64bit, with replication between two 11gR2 Oracle Databases. While attempting to stop an EXTRACT, I receive the error message below: The quick workaround, in most cases, is to simply […]

Inherited Problems on an #EM12c with Admin Server Woes

Today, I had the pleasure of deploying a couple of plugins for Application Management Pack (eBusiness Suite and Siebel) when I came across a nasty error during the actual deployment phase where the OMS is shutdown and restarted. Umm, what the %#$@? When I checked the emctl.log, it seemed to me that the deployment process had […]

Patch and Provision in EM12c: #6 Patch 12.1.0.1.0 GI + RDBMS Home with the April 2014 CPU

While setting up Database as a Service, I came across this particular issue on DB12c while creating a Pluggable database. Now, I am not certain whether this has anything whatsoever to do with the fact that it is on a Direct NFS (dNFS), but the creation fails with the error message below. [oracle@dc01db2a ~]$ tail […]

Patch and Provision in EM12c: #5 Provision a Real Application Cluster Database

As part of the Database Lifecycle Management (DBLM) Pack, Database Provisioning in Enterprise Manager is a powerful and quite flexible feature to provision databases. In the past, I have written several articles on Patching and Provisioning (P&P) using the #em12c and today I’d like to add one more to the list. This time, it is […]

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