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- Index of Posts
- DBFS, FS, CFS, NFS, ASM Topics
- DW/BI Musings
- Exadata Posts
- General Performance and I/O Topics
- Oracle on Opteron, K8L, NUMA, etc
- Oracle11g Topics
- QPI-Based Systems Related Topics (e.g., Nehalem EP/EX, Westmere EP, etc)
- Real Application Clusters Related Topics
- Papers, Webcasts, etc
- SLOB Resources
- Little Things Doth Crabby Make
- Oracle Exadata Database Machine: Proving 160 Xeon E7 Cores Are As “Slow” As 128 Xeon E5 Cores?
- SLOB 2 — A Significant Update. Links Are Here.
- Announcing EMC WORLD 2013 Flash Related Sessions
- My First Words on Oracle’s SPARC T5 Processor — The World’s Fastest Microprocessor?
- Can Oracle Database Release 2 (22.214.171.124) Properly Count Cores? No. Does It Matter All That Much? Not Really..
- My Oaktable World 2012 Video Session Is Now Online
- Using Linux Perf(1) To Analyze Database Processes – Part I
- Do IT Vendors Ever Do Real “Knowledge Sharing” ?
- Luca Canali’s Wonderful Public Oracle-Related Materials
- Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine: Timely Thoughtful Thoughts For The Thinking Technologist – Part I
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