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RE: Migrating 8i OPS to RAC 9.2

From: Pete Sharman <>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 15:33:43 -0700
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Well, you always irritate me with your words and more than just a bit! :)

(For those unaware of it, Robert and I have reviewed each others books
for sometime now, so we feel free to abuse each other on a regular basis!)

As I think Dennis said (but I've deleted the message now so I could be wrong), you've added a lot of value to the Oracle community and should keep that going. There are always times when you can feel irritated with work (whether it's Oracle or not). I generally find a few whiskeys help to sort that out! :)


"Controlling developers is like herding cats." Kevin Loney, Oracle DBA Handbook

"Oh no, it's not. It's much harder than that!" Bruce Pihlamae, long term Oracle DBA.

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 12:37 PM
To: 'Pete Sharman '; 'Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L '

I'm gonna start callin' ya Pete "Mr. Company Line" Sharman.

Must say I'm rather upset right now... someone on ORACLE-L is making nasty
suggestions to Oracle that I am revealing 10i stuff there.... one case where
I just happened to mention that I was on the beta (which I should have thought better of granted) and one where I mentioned a feature in 10i, but
didn't mention that it was a feature... in fact, I didn't even think of it
in those terms when I wrote the article (it was about default user tablespaces). Oracle and I have had some words about that, and I probably
irritated them with my words just a bit.

I'm just about to give up on this whole Oracle thing I think. :-)


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