Using Cross-Platform Transportable Tablespaces to reduce Downtime

Presented by Martin Bach (Oracle ACE, OakTable)

calendar iconTues October 15th, 2013


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Summary


A little known MOS note describes how you can potentially reduce downtime by a significant amount when migrating databases between systems with different endianness. Many sites are looking for ways to move their databases from big-endian platforms such as HP-UX, AIX or Solaris/SPARC to an Exadata system running Linux. In this webinar, Martin Bach will explain how implementing a cross-platform incremental backup in conjunction with cross-platform transportable tablespaces makes this possible.

A live Q&A session with Martin Bach will follow the presentation.


Martin Bach: Oracle ACE, Member of the OakTable

Martin Bach

Martin is a Principal Consultant at Enkitec Europe and author. He has specialised in the Oracle DBMS since 2001, with his main interests in high availability, disaster recovery and virtualisation technologies. Martin is an Oracle Ace and is a proud member of the OakTable network. Martin frequently presents at Oracle user group meetings, mainly in the UK, and contributes to the UK and German Oracle User Group publications. Martin co-authored Pro Oracle Database 11g RAC on Linux and blogs at martincarstenbach.wordpress.com

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