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Neverending story. Commited changes need to be rollback. Some vendors are not resolving this situation at all (stupidity of user is not their problem, indeed), some are providing solutions (Oracle). One of the latest news from MariaDB (10.2) was adding … Continue reading
I love Arch linux from the very beginning – and still, nowadays it pays as a respectful distribution with all pros- and cons- . Arch insipred dozens of developers to get this touch easier way, pass the installation process, etc.
Screen tearing is something like a repeating benchmark in various window managers. I can´t imagine something more annoying in a software field, really! Recently I found extremely valuable distribution ArchLabs – so let´s review screen tearing resolving within Openbox WM.
What a great news in „VoltDBRIEF January-February 2017“! New version of VoltDB is out. VoltDB is a one of brightest jewells in my „I-want-to-use-and-learn“ list of database solutions. With no doubt we will hear about this product in near future. … Continue reading
There are many ways how one can be impressed by software product. Size of package, company/community promotion, installer functions + user/friendly UI, etc. I like PostgreSQL, no doubt about it – so let’s check how is it packed by Enterprise … Continue reading
With no doubt PostgreSQL really can be „the World’s most advanced open-source database. At least, this database inspired many developers to adjust it for their purposes. Tiny article, link collector 😉
That feeling you have brand new version. Very common setup, after install steps. And surprise!! db2val is yelling „discrepancies found“! 🙂
Getting rid of screen tearing seems like a neverending story in linux environment 😉
I was involved in software evaluation focused on TDE (Oracle, SQLServer, DB2) few months ago. I was really surprised that DB2 was lacking this feature within database package and it was needed to use another IBM product. With 10.5.5 version … Continue reading
sudo pacman -S mysql
sudo systemctl start mysqld
This recipe is working for much more wm than Cinnamon only. Put these lines into /etc/environment :
OpenJDK is slower but fits Oracle conditions for distributing well. Probably first thing you should perform on freshly installed distribution is to install Oracle JDK.
Fascinated by fractal trees? Astonished by TokuDB storage engine? Watching new trends where MySQL/MariaDB serves as baseline and competitive advantages are based on storage engines? Welcome! 🙂
This bug/feature is one of the longest in a linux history. Shortly – Compiz and other managers are providing you great desktop effects. On the other hand you can’t see any movie without screen tearing. Another pathetic moments in a … Continue reading
You know that feeling within testing where you need to virtualize at least one database server and you’re still facing connection issues? Call me piggie, but when I’m doing anything in a localhost realm, I’m skipping creating rules and always … Continue reading