Let's start by asking what a community is. In the context of My Oracle Support Communities, I'd say it is a group of people who have the same interests, in our case an interest in Oracle Database product areas and features.
When people who share the same interest or passion come together, very soon lively discussions and dialogues start about newest features, offering tips on how to improve things, sharing ideas on how to approach a situation, asking for help with a tricky issue and the list goes on ....
Isn't this a great way to exchange information with peers, help each other and even better getting credit for it in form of points and badges?
Let's make the My Oracle Support Database community a great place for all of us - Big Thank you! to all participants, both customers and Oracle staff !
As a start, below are the top 3 most viewed threads from June for a handful of selected communities.
But there is much more to explore and a lot more Oracle Database communities across all the database areas. See for yourself - go ahead and start exploring the My Oracle Support Oracle Database Communities.
- Things to Consider Before Upgrading to 22.214.171.124/126.96.36.199 Grid Infrastructure/ASM (Doc ID 1363369.1)
- Patch Installation and Deinstallation For 188.8.131.52.x GI PSU (Doc ID 1494646.1)
- AIX: Top Things to DO NOW to Stabilize 11gR2 GI/RAC Cluster (Doc ID 1427855.1)
- Discussion of Note 413484.1:Data Guard Support for Heterogeneous Primary and Physical Standbys in Same Data Guard Configuration
- Discussion of Note 1475344.1: Creating a Physical Standby Database on Oracle 11.2.0.x
- Discussion of Note 1265700.1: Oracle Patch Assurance - Data Guard Standby-First Patch Apply
- Master Note for Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
- How To Gather/Backup ASM Metadata In A Formatted Manner version 10.1, 10.2, 11.1 & 11.2?
- Exact Steps To Migrate ASM Diskgroups To Another SAN/Disk-Array/DAS/etc Without Downtime