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I'm an Oracle certified Database Administrator

I've worked extensively with both Oracle and Postgres, in various roles from DBA to developer. I have a basic working experience with SQL Server and MySQL.


Jan
18
revised Linux Software Raid runs checkarray on the First Sunday of the Month? Why?
this is a great answer which I've tried to make more readable simply by adding paragraphs
Jan
18
suggested approved edit on Linux Software Raid runs checkarray on the First Sunday of the Month? Why?
Jan
17
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
17
comment Linux mdadm software RAID 6 - does it support bit corruption recovery?
They don't "protect against bit corruption", they detect bit corruption if you scrub. See my question here for details.
Jan
10
revised What is 'Process I/O' in Process Explorer
added 18 characters in body
Jan
10
asked What is 'Process I/O' in Process Explorer
Jan
10
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
9
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
26
comment Send ctrl-alt-del to nested RDP session
This is particularly helpful if 'Computer C' is Server Core.
Nov
28
awarded  Constituent
Nov
25
answered What is the best way of restricting user profile size in a Terminal Server environment?
Nov
24
awarded  Excavator
Nov
24
revised How do I install dotNet Framework 3.51 on Windows Server 2012 core?
added powershell version
Nov
24
suggested approved edit on How do I install dotNet Framework 3.51 on Windows Server 2012 core?
Nov
22
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
17
awarded  Caucus
Aug
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
5
awarded  Yearling
Jul
5
accepted Website high availability without load-balancer?
Jul
5
comment Website high availability without load-balancer?
... whereas my proposed setup would mean there is a negative impact for the duration of the downtime. This isn't acceptable and is exactly what I wanted to find out in advance by asking here, so thank you very much. Please tell me if if missed the point in though!