Baselines – session creating privs v session running privs - A colleague Richard Wilkinson was telling me about an issue he had come across with baselines and I asked him to write it up as it was an interesting exper...
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The opatch minimum version check for patch /oradata/patches_oracle_software/13696242_GI_DB/13696242/custom/server/13696242 failed for /product/11gR2/db_1 The opatch minimum version check for patch /oradata/patches_oracle_software/13696242_GI_DB/13696224 failed for /product/11gR2/db_1 Opatch version check failed for oracle home /product/11gR2/db_1 Opatch version check failed update the opatch version for the failed homes and retry
Cause : upgrade also the OPatch from the Oracle database software .
See also the oracle metalink below for other possible causes
mount -t ramfs -o size=500m ramfs /ramfs
In your oracle database ( as user sys or system ) :create temporary tablespace temp_ramfs tempfile '/ramfs/temp_ramfs.dbf' size 10M autoextend on next 10M maxsize 32G; alter database default temporary tablespace temp_volatil ;
While editing a file, Microsoft office 2007 writes the content to a temporary file and renames the temporary file to the original file name while saving. When this happens the file's create time stamp will reflect the create time stamp of the temproary file which would be different from the original create time of the file. So after this happens, windows client will have to send a CIFS request to restore the create time stamp to the original value. However, this request will be sent only when the share permission is set to full control. In all other cases the create time will have the modified time.
1. Change the share permission to full control.or 2. Upgrade to Office 2010.
https://kb.netapp.com/support/index?page=content&id=3011249 Increase CIFS Max Multiplex