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    Re: Re: Re: Re: content of the redo log file

    Originally posted by jmodic
    Gee, here he goes again, showing off with his "vast" knowledge of Oracle RDBMS!

    VAST, it realy isn't necessary to respond to each and every post unless you realy have to say something that is related to the subject! Your confusing and incorrect/inacurate answers only adds to the confusion of the original posters!


    Are you trying to stop my postings and can't you understand the points I have made.

    Whether I have VAST knowledge or not I have to bear it and live by it. No need anyone to comment.

    It seems you are exposing to forum members and make them comment. I am not restricted by it.

    I know I dont want to respond to each and every posting only those which are happened to know me.

    Previous postings were answered by the GOVT. Dept collegues who encroached into forum answering. So understand the consequences.

    I have even saw other members postings and how OI members respond to them.

    I think you specifically cheking my postings and after me, Not appreciable, and I think you will stop hurting my posting.

    I hope ................


    STRICTLY

    VAST

    NO ONE CLAIMS TO BE ONE HUNDRED PERCENT ORACLE SPECIALIST

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    vastdba

    have you noticed quite a few members have already said quite a few of your postings just causes confusion instead of helping?

    it's good to help but help with relevant information please

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    Originally posted by pando
    vastdba

    have you noticed quite a few members have already said quite a few of your postings just causes confusion instead of helping?

    it's good to help but help with relevant information please

    YES.
    Here the setup is given the team members given the chance to imbibe the opportunity. i have made them to see this posting while i do NOW
    If you see in my earlier posting I made this clear.

    But Forum members behaviour REALLY UPSETS ME.

    We are all checking all the postings and HELPING each one of us.

    HOPE everyone will help me in this regard in normal circumstances.

    See my postings in right frame of mind.

    Hope will be done.




    VASTDBA

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    Originally posted by vastdba

    But Forum members behaviour REALLY UPSETS ME.
    Sorry to hear that but this is a rather serious forum and it is usually not a very good idea to advise people with all that might come up to your mind.

    We are all checking all the postings and HELPING each one of us.
    Yes, and it is very important to remember that when you help someone you are 100% sure that what you are telling him is correct. People might mess up their production environments if someone gives that the wrong piece of advice.

    Finally, what PANDO and JMODIC are telling you is true and they are people who *really* help DBAs on daily basis with *correct* suggestions and information.
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    hope the discussion ended for this topic

    VASTDBA

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    Originally posted by vastdba
    See my postings in right frame of mind.



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    Daddy, that bad man makes my head hurt :(

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    Originally posted by vastdba

    See my postings in right frame of mind.

    Hope will be done.




    VASTDBA
    I saw the postings, i saw the right frame, but couldn't see the mind ???

    Amar
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