I can't say I like it . The SR process is a complete wreck.
- Hard disk failure? DIMM failures? Yes to both - much more than you would
think a system would ever generate in a year much less in a MONTH. Oracle
contacts the primary contact with a new SR that gets assigned to you. Then
you have to play middle-man between the organization that controls data
center access, and the SR tech and the Dispatch team and field engineer.
Cannot adequately express my frustration with this process here without
potentially getting bad for profanity.
- SR process to talk to CloudOPs goes something like: Open SR , get
assigned to tech , escalate etc but at NO TIME DO YOU GET TO ACTUALLY TALK
TO A CLOUDOPS tech. For example: Need info about the Dom0 storage cells
--- like an ExaWatcher report? That takes a week.
- Root , /u01, /u02 all undersized tremendously for the sheer amount of
logs that gets spewed everywhere.
Not my favorite system or setup by any stretch of the imagination..
On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 12:15 AM Jack van Zanen <jack@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
How do you find the cloud at customer experience?
I have never had to open so many SR's because stuff just doesn't work as I
have in the last year working with this system.
They range from Oracle homes not physically being able to be patched to
Standby database getting corrupted blocks, default service name for PDB all
of a sudden active in CDB$ROOT after switchover (apparently there is a
mandatory patch for that)
I am learning a lot about the system though. But it is quite frustrating
Jack van Zanen
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On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 11:29 AM Shane Borden <sborden76@xxxxxxxxx>
On Oct 28, 2019, at 11:19 AM, Chris Taylor <
We've got an Exadata Cloud at Customer machine in our data center now
and I the amount of logs/trc/aud/etc files generated throughout the system
is quite the marvel.
I'm curious if anyone has an automated script to keep their Exadata
nodes cleaned up and wouldn't mind sharing?
I'll write my own if needed but if someone has one they're particularly
proud of, I'd be grateful to not have to start from scratch.
We only have access to DomU so its just a matter of keeping filesystems
as clean as possible such as: