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Christo Kutrovsky's Blog
Published Sunday, June 11, 2006 by Radoslav Rusinov | E-mail this post
If you’ve missed to notice – Christo Kutrovsky started his own professional blog dedicated mainly to the Oracle database.
Christo Kutrovsky is an Bulgarian Oracle professional currently working in Canada as a Senior Database/System Administrator for The Pythian Group.
His blog is a part of the corporate blog of The Pythian Group.
The blog is only two-months old but already has several very good and detailed technical posts:
I can recommend it to everyone interested in Oracle, and it is well worth watching in the future.
- Traceless DB Time Diagnosis -
Discusses a method of how to find where the database is spending its time for a specific process/operation without using of sql_trace.
- Quantifying Commit Time -
Discusses how new 10g commit parameters "batch" and "nowait" can affect performance and how they can be used for measuring of the average commit time.
- ASM multi-disk performance -
Very interesting post about how different disk configurations using ASM can affect performance of the I/O operations. This post has already been mentioned by Doug Burns in his blog post Blog Round-Up.
- Oracle 10g R2 RAC - vip on wrong interface -
Discusses how to change used network interface for VIPs or private interconnect interface in a 10g RAC environment.
The blog is still not included in the two most popular Oracle Aggregators: OraBlogs and OraNA :: Oracle News Aggregator but I hope this will change soon.
- » I'm Radoslav Rusinov
- » From Sofia, Bulgaria
- » Employer TechnoLogica Ltd.
- » I am working as a Database Consultant in Sofia, Bulgaria.
My main professional interests are in the database area and especially in the Oracle RDBMS, including database design, development, security and administration.
- » The views expressed on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employing company and its affiliates
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