Impdp Resumable Mystery

Resumable operations are operations that can be suspended instead of failing, allowing us to fix the problem and resume the operation. When importing data using impdp, if (for example) a tablespace gets full, instead of failing the entire import (and force us to restart it from the beginning), we can identify that and add some space to the tablespace while the import is waiting.

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Did You Know #22 – Reproduce SQL Issue

During OOW17 a customer ran into a wrong result issue in 11.2.0.4, which is very bad. I diagnosed this and found out that it happens because of bloom filter, so we just disabled that and it was solved. But I still opened an SR so Oracle can find and fix this bug.

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Did You Know #14 – Bug Fixes Lists

Oracle database is a very complex software, and as we all know, has bugs. Oracle tries to address these bugs, and fixes a lot of them all the time. Except specific fixes, they publish patchsets (which might introduce more than only bug fixes) and PSUs. If you are not aware of these patch types and how it works, you are welcome to read my post about it here.

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