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GUI's first came out, we hated them on principle. They were slower than
the command line, and they didn't really add any value. Plus, they
weakened your skills. With the advent of vertically-integrated systems
such as Oracle's Exadata and SuperCluster, the GUI may have finally come
into its own. Brian Bream explains why.
According to our friends at TechTarget, a cache algorithm
specifies rules for discarding items from a computer's cache. Although
these two articles and video don't talk specifically about cache
algorithms, they do talk about storage efficiency.
The Integrated Load Balancer (ILB) in Oracle Solaris 11
intercepts incoming requests from clients, decides which back-end server
should handle the request based on load-balancing rules, and then
forwards the request to that server. This hands-on lab shows you how to
set up an environment that lets you become familiar with it.
Blog: How to Create and Install
an Oracle Solaris 10 Branded Cluster- Krishna Murthy provides step-by-step
instructions for creating an Oracle Solaris 10 Branded Zone Cluster in
Oracle Solaris 11. The branded cluster allows you to run Solaris 10 legacy
applications in an environment that provides the higher RAS capabilities of
Oracle Solaris 11.
Blog: Simplifying the
Installation of Oracle Database on Oracle Linux - Reprint- Before installing Oracle
Database on a system, you need to preconfigure the operating environment
since the database requires certain software packages, package versions,
and tweaks to kernel parameters. Ginny discovered that Oracle Linux
provides a remarkably easy way to address these installation prerequisites.
She describes how to do that for Oracle Linux 5 and Oracle Linux 6.