RAT fully backported to 10g and 9iR2...

From: Robert Freeman <robertgfreeman_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 10:05:18 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <622547.69724.qm_at_web38901.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

Anyone use RAT much yet, or is licensing an issue?


 Robert G. Freeman
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  • Original Message ---- From: Rich Jesse <rjoralist_at_society.servebeer.com> To: oracle-l_at_freelists.org Sent: Wed, October 7, 2009 10:32:10 AM Subject: Re: major blunders

> Compiling a list of major blunders to avoid:
> Don't use the number 8 for scripting or ORACLE_SID due to the wild card
> character * above it.
> Don't use rm *.*
> ....
> Anyone else have some to contribute?

Before instance shutdown:

    SELECT * FROM V$INSTANCE to verify what you're shutting down.     SELECT * FROM V$SESSION (or some variant) to see what's connected.

Don't practice recovery on the same server as the recoverable DB.

Use colors in Unix command line prompts -- red for Prod, green for Dev, etc.

Use instance name in SQL prompt.

Make your terminal scrollback very large -- mine's at least 5000 lines.

Before logging off of ANY remote Windows session, repeat several times OUT LOUD your intentions to logoff and NOT shutdown the server before you actually click the buttons (esp important on Win2K servers!).

Clean up your room. Stand up straight. Pick up your feet. Take it like a man. Be nice to your sister. Don't mix beer and wine, ever. Oh yeah: Don't drive on the railroad tracks.

My $.02,

Received on Wed Oct 07 2009 - 12:05:18 CDT

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