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Gavin Soorma
Exadata Database Machine 2014 Certified
Oracle Certified Professional
7.3, 8i, 9i,10g, 11g, 12c
11i Apps DBA OCP
10g RAC OCE
Certified GoldenGate Implementation Specialist
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Certified Implementation Specialist
Oracle 11g Exadata Implementation Specialist
10g OCM
11g OCM

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7 comments to About

  • Farhan

    I need Monitor scripts and OPSMENU if you could pass on .

    It would be great help for a start to my email id

  • Gavin Soorma

    Hi Farhan – can you kindly clarify what you mean by Opsmenu and Monitor scripts ….. ? – will surely pass it on if I know what you require and if I have it ….. cheers

    Regards,

    Gavin Soorma Senior DBA Oracle Specialist Platform Operations IT Infrastructure Information Technology Division Bankwest 199 Hay Street Perth WA 6000 Telephone: (08) 9449 8930 Email: gavin.soorma@bankwest.com.au

    “comment-reply@wo To rdpress.com” gavin.soorma@bankwest.com.au Subject [Oracle DBA – Tips and Techniques] Comment: “About Us” 25/06/2009 02:21 PM Please respond to comment+r7pehtipe p6@comment.wordpr ess.com

  • Monto

    Great work guys!!!you get some really good stuff out here,Keep up the good work.

    Thanks for sharing

  • Ramakrishna

    Hi gavin,

    This is Ramakrishna from Hyderabad, working as a Oracle DBA. I am very much thankful to you for a valuable scipts, documents that have been posted in your website. Thanks a lot.

    Regards,
    Ramakrishna

  • Tanveer

    Hi, Boss

    Plz publish some HP-UX commands after your AIX & Solaris, it may help for HP-Ux users.

    echo “Number of CPU’s: \n”
    ioscan -fkC processor

    echo “RAM Available: \n”
    dmesg|grep Physical | awk ‘{printf(“%.0f MB\n”,$2*.004096)}’

    echo “Net Config Info: \n” $NET
    tail -n10 /etc/rc.config.d/netconf

    echo “Swap Space: \n”
    swapinfo -tam

    echo “Users Connected: \n”
    who -u | awk ‘{ print $1 ” ” $2 ” ” $3 ” ” $4″ ” $5 ” ” $8 ” “}’

  • gurwinder singh

    1.) command to check the check the kernel parameters on AIX 5.3
    2.) kernel parameters setting for oracle 10g on AIX 5.3

  • Gavin Soorma

    Hi Gurwinder – the Oracle installation on AIX guide has all the information that would answer your question – have a look at this link …..

    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/install.102/b19075/toc.htm

    Thanks

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