Adnan Khurshid on March 24th, 2011

I had written an article previously on how to set the environment variables in Linux/Unix system. You may want to have a look it here. Let’s see how we can delete the variables in the SUN Solaris system. The “env” command will display all the variables in the current user. SUNOS% env HOME=/opt/oracle PATH=/opt/JDK/j2sdk1.4.1_02/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/ucb:/usr/ccs/bin:/etc:/usr/local/bin:/opt/usr/local/bin:/usr/dt/bin:/opt/iplanet/servers:/opt/oracle/oracle9/bin:/opt/oracle/jre/1.1.8/bin:/opt/oracle/web/bin:/opt/oracle/mms_run/bin:/opt/oracle/mms_run/shell:. LOGNAME=oracle […]

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Adnan Khurshid on March 22nd, 2011

Normally, if you use the man command to find out the method to add routes to the SUN machine, it will come up with the ‘route add’ command but is that command enough to add the routes securely to the system? Well, let us find it out. Before getting involved, just for the sake of […]

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Adnan Khurshid on March 4th, 2011

Let’s discuss the processes running in Oracle database and their functions. DBW`: Database Writer, this process writes the data from buffer cache to the DB file and this operation of reading and writing is done in blocks. The default block size in Oracle is 8192 bytes, however it can be modified as required. Starting from […]

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