When you use VMware Server software to move or clone VMware Linux guest machines, you are asked by the VMware software if it should update the configuration file. When updating the configuration file, as requested by the software, your once working network settings won’t work anymore.
The following will help you to get on your way resolving these network problems, caused by MAC addresses, which are now out of sync.
Working for years with Oracle’s relational environment, XML DB is a completely different kind of beast. You’re confronted with all the languages and techniques the XML environment has to offer – XML, XML Schema, XSLT, Xpath, DTD, DOM, SAX, etc,etc,etc – plus the ones you know from Oracle’s (object) relational (database) world, SQL, PL/SQL, java, OCI, java, etc.
I am currently working for a customer, who implemented the XML DB functionality in a new system. The total amount of XML data is roundabout 200 Gb. The XML data is split-up in 4 tables, 2 tables containing an XMLType column (XML Schema based, CLOB storage) and 2 XMLType tables (XML Schema based, Object Relational storage).