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11.2 RAC’s New Goodies, Node UnPinning….

From the past few months, I have been delivering a lots of sessions on 11.2 RAC and I must say, there are many new things which are being added to it. There are some more highlighted pieces  about the changes and some are not so much. So I have thought that I shall share those new goodies which didn’t qualify to be come in the limelight here  . Please note that that all what I shall mention is not an earth shattering news and/or internals. These are just notes or pointers about stuff that I…See More
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Toughest thing to do I guess for me!Not much to say.A simple,ordinary guy who loves his family,friends.He has alot of dreams in his eyes and he is all set to convert them into reality.He loves Oracle,reading and writes a blog also.And so much more like this is there about this guy called Aman Sharma.Don't know what to tell you and what to miss?Yes this guy maintains a website and blog of him also, which is at http://blog.aristadba.com .

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11.2 RAC’s New Goodies, Node UnPinning….

From the past few months, I have been delivering a lots of sessions on 11.2 RAC and I must say, there are many new things which are being added to it. There are some more highlighted pieces  about the changes and some are not so much. So I have thought that I shall share those new goodies which didn’t qualify to be come in the limelight here  . Please note that that all what I shall mention is not an earth shattering news and/or internals. These are just notes or pointers about stuff that I… Continue

Posted on July 28, 2011 at 9:49pm

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At 2:17am on June 4, 2010, Pavan Kumar said…
Hi Aman,

congrats on becoming an ORACLE ACE.. !!
All the best for your future success... tooo !!
At 3:06am on March 29, 2010, Girish said…
Hi Aman sir.... This is my id giridharan.suresh@gmail.com It would be greatful If I get email from you :)
At 12:27am on March 18, 2010, Girish said…
Yes Aman... The same (KSG)... I'm really happy to see your reply... I'm cool... So what's the hot debate on OTN that u have replied in ur style....
At 9:32pm on March 16, 2010, Girish said…
Hi Aman,
How are u? This is Girish (OTN)... Hope u may remember me
At 8:41pm on December 7, 2009, Pavan Kumar said…
Hi Aman,

What sir , now-a-days you are not online and did not responded to sms. I think you are very buy now-a-days. How are you .. ??
At 3:57am on September 8, 2009, Chris Foot said…
Thanks for the comment on the blog Aman. I'll keep the articles coming. Good tip on your blog (using port_string to get the O/S information). I passed that one to the team!
At 7:47am on August 31, 2009, Priyadarshi Nayak said…
Yes, that's true. Any seminar should be in weekend. It's bit difficult to manage the working days for seminar.........Performance Tuning ......interesting....
At 9:04am on August 29, 2009, Priyadarshi Nayak said…
Traning...which one?? I am bit busy with Project work and out of B'lore......... Are you attending Oracle Seminar (Mr Tom Kyte) @ Bangalore........
At 9:36pm on August 26, 2009, Priyadarshi Nayak said…
Hi Aman , H r u??......I saw some articles in AristaDBA from you, those are really nice........so what are you doing now??

Cheers,
Priya
At 10:03pm on August 17, 2009, Mohammed Taj said…
Hi Aman,

Yes This is the same Taj :)

http://dbataj.blogspot.com :)

Have a nice day...

Ofcourse I remember you ...:)
 
 
 

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