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WordPress 3.1.2 Released…

WordPress 3.1.2 has been released. Happy upgrading…

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Tim…




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WordPress 3.1 is born…

WordPress 3.1 has arrived. Happy upgrading.

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Tim…

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Upgrade or Not (Part 1)

It’s been a while to say the least since Oracle Database 10g Express Edition to give it it’s full title, or XE to give it the title everyone uses was released. As described at http://news.techworld.com/applications/3203909/oracle-stalls-over-11g-ex... this situation should be rectified soon. However in the mean time many XE users have been stuck effectively at 10.2.0.1. [...]

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iOS 4.2 on my iPad…

I upgraded to the iOS 4.2 the other day (the evening it came out in the UK). Steve Jobs reckons, “iOS 4.2 makes the iPad a completely new product”. Maybe I don’t use it the same as everyone else in Apple-land, but it seems just… kinda… no freaking different…

I really don’t understand how I can remain completely immune to the Apple marketing hype when I’m desperately trying to be assimilated. I keep buying their products and waiting for a Jobsian flash of magic but it’s just not happening. What have I got to do to? Marry the guy?

Maybe it’s like enlightenment and the more you try the harder it is to reach. I shall meditate for a month with my iPad balanced on my head, my MacBook Pro on my lap and my iPod Shuffle up my ass. Maybe then I will understand all the heavenly glory that is Apple, or maybe I’ll just get a sore ass… :(

Cheers

Tim…

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phpBB 3.0.8 Released

phpBB 3.0.8 has been released. Happy upgrading.

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Tim…

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Single Instance and RAC Kernel/OS upgrade

This document will serve as a guide for the Kernel and OS upgrade activities for

  1. Single Instance on ASM using raw devices
  2. RAC with ASM (using ASMlib) and OCFS2

Upgrading the Kernel and OS is easy and will just need some few commands. The critical part is the dependencies once the Kernel gets updated, so if you’re using ASMlib and OCFS2 you’ll notice that after the upgrade they’re not working anymore… you can’t startup the ASM, then if your OCR and Voting Disk are on OCFS2 the CRS stack wont start all because the RPMs of ASMlib and OCFS2 are kernel dependent, also there are similar components/softwares that are kernel dependent so you have to check them out and do a risk analysis before doing the upgrade.

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