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Hi

Isn't the nice way to represent the Oracle Architecture.

Soon i will be posting the PostgreSQL architecture as well.


Dinesh Kumar

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  1. Bad ass! Nice work just how my likes to think about these complicated systems.

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  2. Good Work! Waiting for PostgreSQL as well.

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  3. Beautiful..Creativity...!

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  4. first time i have seen chemical diagram of oracle arch....nice one :)

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  5. Its a unique diagram to represent Oracle Arch. Easy to understand. Nice Creativity. Good work !!. Thanks for it.

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    1. Sorry. I don't have any DB2 DBA knowledge. I would like to do for the PostgreSQL first, then if time permits, i will do for the DB2 as well.

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  7. Be fun to extend them with replication, as well.

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    1. Thank You. Yes, i will do that for PostgreSQL :)

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    2. I'm waiting for your PostgreSQL architecture.

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    3. Will be posting it as soon as possible.

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