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Oracle Cloud Tech Day & Cloudathon @aioughyderabad@aioug@TechM in Hyderabad – Successful

Its been a fabulous journey being a co-organizer & speaker on the event of “Oracle Cloud Tech Day & Cloudathon” in Hyderabad. The event was kick started by Satyendra Pasalapudi (ACE Director Alumni) explaining the reasons of ‘Why Oracle the … Continue reading

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Point In Time Recovery using orec utility (#OracleCloud #orec #dbaascli)

Scope: The scope of this blog post is to understand the commands used to recover a database which is in Oracle Cloud to restore & recover till point in time. Steps Involved: When we are planning to recover a database, … Continue reading

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The backup process failed RMAN-03009: failure of backup command,ORA-19506: failed to create sequential file, ORA-27028: skgfqcre: sbtbackup returned error, ORA-19511: non RMAN, but media manager or vendor specific failure(#OracleCloud #bkup_api)

Issue: I was trying to take a backup of a Database which is in Oracle Cloud (DBCS) using the bkup_api utility and couldn’t succeed with the below errors. RMAN-03009: failure of backup command on ORA_SBT_TAPE_1 channel at 08/23/2018 14:15:48 ORA-19506: … Continue reading

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Bug in Oracle Cloud Console DBCS (#OracleCloud #DBCS #dbaascli)

This is just an informational message: Scope: I’ve noticed a bug with the console, where it doesn’t show the list of applied patches and still show the patches applicable, when the patch has been applied from CLI Description: I’ve applied … Continue reading

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Patching Database using dbaascli utility (#OracleCloud #dbaascli #dbpatchm)

Scope: The scope of this blogpost is to understand how a Database in Oracle Cloud (DBCS) can be patched using dbaascli utility. I will also share my 6 hours of patching experience with this utility. High Level Steps: Identify what … Continue reading

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create dbcs using psm (#oraclecloud #cloud #psm)

Scope: This blog post covers the creation of database cloud service using psm, using a json template Prerequisites: Make sure that psm utility has been installed, configured and query for the version of psm and upgrade if required. If psm … Continue reading

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Oracle Cloud Tech Day & Cloudathon @Hyderabad – 25Aug’18 (#AIOUG #AIOUGHYDERABAD #Hyderabad)

Dear techies, We have a conference on Oracle Cloud and event called Cloudathon this Saturday (25Aug’18) at Tech Mahindra Campus Hyderabad. This is a half day event where you will get exposure to various Cloud related topics viz. “Why Oracle … Continue reading

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psm (PaaS Service Manager) Install & Configure (#OracleCloud #psm)

Scope: The Scope of this blog post is to understand the basics of psm tool. psm (PaaS Service Manager) is a CLI (Command Line Interface), that enables to create, manage and monitor the services under Oracle PaaS offerings. Prerequisites for … Continue reading

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Instance Name case sensitive in Oracle Cloud (#OracleCloud #psm)

This is just an informational message.. When I tried to bring up an Instance using psm utility, I noticed that lower case Instance name gave me an error, which when corrected with Upper Case, it started successfully. So, make sure … Continue reading

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psm (PaaS Service Manager) create service fails with “The VM Public Key is not a valid SSH key.” #OracleCloud #psm

Issue: The psm (PaaS Service Manager) utility used for creating service failed while creating a DBCS, with the below error, C:\app\CLI>psm dbcs create-service -c create_test.json.txt Error: Bad Request. Create Service Instance request could not be accepted due to the following … Continue reading

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