Seth Miller

Technical ramblings of an IT guy

Category: Oracle Database

Oracle Public Cloud Database Service – ORA-28374: typed master key not found in wallet

While prepping for the Cloud Attack! workshop at COLLABORATE 16, I spent some quality (maybe not so much quality as quantity) time on MOS and a number of blogs troubleshooting an issue on a 12c multitenant database in Oracle’s Public Cloud Database Service. I was running through the labs for the workshop when I came […]

How do I identify and set my environment for the Oracle Database and Clusterware homes on a server?

When Oracle software is installed on a server, it generally has a single home referred to as the oracle home. The installer will usually add the oracle home to the central inventory. The location of the central inventory can be determined by querying an operating system specific oracle inventory location file. On Linux, this location […]

Oracle DB12c in Docker

Docker has been making a lot of noise in the last couple of years. It piqued my interest recently when I came across a tweet saying that Oracle had recently uploaded an Oracle Linux 7 image to the Docker repository. Containers are nothing new in the Unix space but they are relatively new in Linux. […]