Marie Digby - A real reality internet celebrity

This chicks make an appearance in YouTube by posting her own version of Umbrella that was originally sing by Rihanna. She has done an extremely good job on her own version of umbrella. Since that she had post many songs on her own version. Enjoy the video of Marie Digby version of Umbrella:

However i personally like this songs originally by Linking Park: WHAT I HAVE DONE

New MyVI FaceLift

Perodua will be launching this new MyVI facelift soon with a major revamp on front bumper and a little butt modification on rear bumper. I believe so far this is the best facelift from Perodua design. However, the front modification remind me of Suzuki Swift exterior design but this is a very well and nice job done by Perodua design team though. The nose and mouth job done on front bumper has totally give a new perspective looks on MyVI but for me its more feminine loook.

Maybe Perodua want to target to female executive or professional for this upcoming facelift. They also has replace a huge ugly audio set in current MyVI production with this new one Audio set, personally i think and would suggest to Perodua to start to do their own dashboard rather than depends on this ugly current dashboard using worldwide by Daihatsu Sirion and Toyota Passo especially at the center panel for audio and aircond.

P/S: I like the interior for this new facelift because they use dark interior. For me the standard interior using beige color for car seat is damn ugly. But the dashboard panel they still 10 steps behind Proton.

New Shoutbox

I have installed new widgets (My Shoutbox), got it from here Its been a year i used Meebo widget until today i decided to go back to old school style by having this shout box on my page. SHOUT ME YALL!

Linking NetBackup for Oracle with RMAN

Before writing to sequential devices such as tape, you must link the Oracle server software with the media management API library installed by NetBackup for Oracle. Oracle uses this library when it needs to write to, or read from, devices

To link Oracle with NetBackup for Oracle

1. Become the Oracle user.

su - oracle

2. (Conditional) Shut down all of the Oracle instances (SIDs).

Perform this step if you are using an Oracle8 release. Oracle releases 9 and later do not need to perform this step.
The user must connect as the SYSDBA, either using OS Authentication or Oracle Authentication (set up in the Oracle password file). The following example is for Oracle9i.

Set the $ORACLE_SID environment variable to the first SID.

Connect as SYSDBA in one of the following ways:Using OS Authentication:

sqlplus /nologconnect / as sysdbashutdown immediateexit

Using Oracle Authentication (via password file):

sqlplus /nologconnect userid/password as sysdbashutdown immediateexit

c. Change the $ORACLE_SIDenvironment variable to any other SID that uses this Oracle installation, and repeat the preceding commands.

3. Set up automatic linking.

Change directory to /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/

Run the oracle_linkscript:./oracle_link

This script determines the Oracle version level and then links Oracle to NetBackup. All output from this script is written to /tmp/ To change the trace file location, change the MAKE_TRACE variable in the oracle_link script.

4. Restart the Oracle instances.

Manually Linking HP-UX (64-bit) Using 64-bit Oracle9i or Later Software

Use this procedure for Oracle 9i or later releases.

▼ To link manually

1. Type the following the cd(1) command to change directories:


2. Type the following ls(1) command to determine whether the Oracle library exists:

ls -l libobk.*

3. (Conditional) Use the mv(1) command to move the Oracle library to an alternate location.

Perform this step if the output from step 2 shows that libobk.slor libobk.a are present.

If exists, type the following command:


If libobk.a exists, type the following command:

mv libobk.a libobk.a.orig

4. Type the following ln(1) command to create new links:

ln -s /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/libobk.sl64

Documentation:Decommissioning a Media Server in VERITAS NetBackup (tm) Enterprise Server 6.0 (UNIX)

In the following procedure the media server that is being decommissioned is referred to as the old_server and the new media server as new_server.

Refer to VERITAS NetBackup System Administrator's Guide for UNIX, Volume I or VERITAS NetBackup System Administrator's Guide for Windows, Volume I for more information for the steps involving configuring NetBackup.

1. Run the bpmedialist command to determine which tapes on the old_server have NetBackup images that have not expired (the -l option produces one line of output per tape).

#bpmedialist -mlist -l -h old_server

2. Select another server or the master server (new_server) to manage the tapes from the old_server. Run the bpmedia command for each tape that has active images as identified in step 1. This updates the EMM database records, replacing the old_server with the new_server, and updating the images database on the master server.

#bpmedia -movedb -ev media_ID -oldserver old_server -newserver new_server

3. Add the following command to the end of the bp.conf file on the master server to allow restores to occur from a media server other than the server that performed the original backups. old_server is the media server that performed the original backups and new_server is the server that will be used for future NetBackup restores (see step 2).

FORCE_RESTORE_MEDIA_SERVER = old_server new_server

4. Use the Media and Device Management GUI to move the tapes that are in robots attached to the old_server to non-robotic status (standalone). Select each robot attached to the old_server, highlight all of the tapes, and move them to standalone.
See “Moving Volumes” on page 151.

5. Use the Media and Device Management GUI to delete the drives and then the robots from the old_server.
See “Managing Your Device Configuration” on page 76.

6. Use the Storage Unit Management GUI to delete all storage units associated with robots that are associated with the old_server.

7. If any robots from the old_server will be reused on other media servers, do the following steps:

a. Power down the affected servers and make any cabling changes required to physically attach the robots to the new media servers. Verify that the robots are recognized by the operating system on the new media servers.

b. Use the Media and Device Management GUI to add the robots and drives to those media servers.
See “Adding Robots Manually” on page 51 and “Adding Drives” on page 61.

c. Use the Storage Unit Management GUI to create the appropriate NetBackup storage units.

d. Use the Media and Device Management GUI to inventory the robots attached to the new_server. This will update the location of all tapes in these robots.

8. Modify any policies that explicitly specified any of the storage units on the old_server. These policies must be changed to point to any other defined storage units in the NetBackup configuration or to Any Available, as appropriate.

9. Update the bp.conf and vm.conf files (or their equivalent on Windows servers) on the master server and all media servers in the NetBackup configuration to remove any reference to the old_server.

10. Use nbemmcmd to remove the host aliases and host names referencing the old_server. Run nbemmcmd -listhosts to verify that all references have been removed.

11. Update the server list on all clients to no longer refer to the old_server. Restart the NetBackup daemons (or services) on any system where these files are modified.

*All page stated in this document referring to VERITAS NetBackup (tm) 6.0 Media Manager System Administrator's Guide for UNIX

Mini Cooper S

If im in UK now surely im driving one of these car. This morning i saw one in red color with white stripe and white sports rim, she is so beautiful and sexy.

Che Det is BACK !!

As a blogger this time. It's called "Dr. Mahathir Mohamad". Better save the following URL in your IE favourites

because I am sure that you'll be visiting the site time and time again from now on. Welcome to the blogosphere TDM! Looking forward to your future posts.