Saturday, September 20, 2008

A Topic about Opsware Global File System (OGFS)

Hi All,

Here is a topic about Opsware Global File System (OGFS).

The Opsware Global File System (OGFS) is installed with each Slice Component Bundle and provides the central execution environment/shell or infrastructure for Opsware Sever Automation System.

The OGFS runs SAS built-in components — as well as customer-written programs — within a virtual file system that presents the SAS data model, SAS actions, and managed servers as virtual files and directories.

This unique feature of SAS allows users of the Opsware Global Shell and Opsware Platform Extensions to query SAS data and manage servers from any scripting or programming language. Since the OGFS filters all data, actions, and managed server access through the Opsware security model, programs running in the OGFS are secure by default. We can also directly access or query the SAS data via OGFS by simple commands.


Thursday, May 29, 2008

My New Home @ India

Hello Friends,

I have successfully completed My New Home in India in my Home Town. It is a long time dream for my mom and myself, to have an own house in India. :)

Here is the some pics of my house when the constructions are going on :


Tuesday, April 15, 2008

First Day with Oracle Database 11g Release 1 ( Installation On Redhat Enterprise Linux 5.0 Installation

Today (April 15,2008 ) is one of another my good day of learning things.

Whole day I was playing with Oracle Database 11g Release 1 ( Installation On Redhat Enterprise Linux 5.0 Installation. Nearly 10hrs of Office Work, I have successfully install and complete the installation. Many New things are learned. It is after a long time, I am playing with the Oracle installation. Enjoyed a lot.

Later I will be post my installation notes and docs :) hope that will be very much useful to many people.

I am planning to do an Oracle Certification on Oracle 10g/11g :) soon .... Not sure when, always working and playing in Opsware SAS/NAS so that no time :( but I believe I can do that.

Tomorrow, I am going to download 10gb Data Base from existing Oracle 9i DB to "New" Oracle 11g DB. ... Let See .. Time needs to help me regarding this :)