About

Shan Nawaz: I have been working with database technologies for more than 14 years.  I am an OCP in 7.3/8/9i/10g/11g/12c. I am also IBM certified user specialist for DB2 , Microsoft certified professional in SQL Server 2000 and EMC Proven professional. I also teach part time at GMU.

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Few of  my Presentations

  1. IOUG 2013 ( 2 Sessions)
  2. Hotsos 2013
  3. Sangam 12 (India)
  4. Insync12 (Melbourne)
  5. IOUG 2012 (3 Sessions)
  6. Oracle OpenWorld 2011
  7. Insync11 (Sydney)
  8. Hotsos 2011
  9. IOUG 2011
  10. Oracle OpenWorld 2010

 

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  2. Marco August 23, 2013 at 7:36 am Reply

    Thanks for your GoldenGate posting (https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2190550) – helps me a lot. Greetings from Switzerland, Marco

  3. Timothy Boles August 10, 2016 at 10:23 am Reply

    I was looking at your posting on Unified Auditing in Oracle 12c and was wondering about your statement.

    “Dequeing is continuous with each audit client (Example: RMAN, Oracle Label Security) having two separate queues so that the client can continue to write to the second queue while the first queue is being dequeued to database table by background process GEN0.”

    Where did you get your information that the background process that dequeues to the database table is GEN0? I can not find any “offical” documentation on this as of yet and interested in where you got this information or if it is your own research / assumption.

    Regards
    Tim

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