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interesting to see this in large scale. I had similar running on smaller scale a few years ago. 3 RAC nodes (2 stand alone & 1 virtual) + 9 virtual JDE servers (logic, development & web) we ran into performance issues on the DB side. Our primary DB was about 4TB & the development/test were about 2TB each. The problem with the virtual RAC server was shared CPU with other VM guests. Thus the VM was only used a failover, & not as primary node. Each of our physical RAC nodes had 16GB & 1 CPU (2 cores) (to keep the per CPU licensing cost down) I'd be interested to know how the RAC nodes there actually are. (document only says 2 are shown) (everything was connected up to a cx4-240 w/ FC disks using ASM)
I think we share for connection, as well as self serving. I originally started with Pownce then twitter, while I was traveling & stuck in remote corners of the world. I was only once every few weeks near someone who was a native english speaker, & thus I needed someone to talk to. There are times when I do say only to be say, & I do feel that 85% of the those on twitter are on a soapbox & don't want a rebuttal. Connections, whether loved or hated ones, will continually effect you & your decisions.
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2010 on Independence Day at
so a Vblock is just a marketing term for non-tech executives, to describe IT apps in a box? I can see the ease of selling Vblocks to IT departments, where equipment is coming to EOL. But how do you sell to IT/Executives, for equipment still on the books?
As much as I agree with you on VMs & their placement in the cloud, there are applications which are not cloud applicable. Such as high I/O apps or large data sets. Sure the chip will replace the HDD as the primary data storage, though similar to core 2 duo's vs duo cores, having multiple paths & storage devices has to be faster than having singular large SSDs.
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2010 on Unlearning Storage at Chuck's Blog
Drivers in the US are worse, because they're less likely to be stopped by the police; unless they're going way to fast or erratic. In Europe (& I'm sure Japan) if you hang out in the passing lane (when not passing) you'll be ticketed; no signals will be ticketed, etc. The driving tests are nearly useless in the US, as most are done on a closed course. Thus real-world issues are not acted upon.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on Driving in Japan v. driving in the US at TOKYOMANGO
a dream come true? hope you got to talk some
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2010 on Getting cozy with John Cusack at
I'm right there with you, & although I was a member of a gym for years, I never had the time or was too stressed to bother to get there. But now as I've got more free time, those 30min every other day, make a marketable improvement, on my health - physical & mental. Though, I did create a 2nd IRA, & do put away my maximum per year, I haven't cut down on the travel, food, wine, etc.
why not you can host your own domain import your posts from multiple sources & do a reverse push to multi-sources?