So, I figure up SQL Developer to run some queries against a QC server and for some reason, I am no longer able to use the backspace, delete, or return keys to edit .sql files opened in the program.
I tried opening a new .sql file, and restarting SQL Developer. I then tried restarting Windows. None of those worked.
After a bit of searching I found a forum posting that indicated by going to Tools/Preferences/Accelerators and clicking the “Load Preset…” → Continue reading “Backspace, Delete, and/or Return Key Stops Working in Oracle SQL Developer”
Here is a quick snippet for checking whether or not a variable is a valid integer in BASH. It is also a howto for regular expressions in a shell script.
# Make sure that FOO is an integer
if [[ ! “$FOO” =~ ^[0-9]+$ ]]; then
echo “The FOO was NOT an integer”
fi→ Continue reading “Checking that Input or a Variable is an Integer in BASH”
Here is a quick snipped on how to benchmark Disk I/O with dd.
$ time sh -c “dd if=/dev/zero of=/home/rchapin/test.zeros bs=1024k count=10000 && sync”
10000+0 records in
10000+0 records out
10485760000 bytes (10 GB) copied, 81.4124 s, 129 MB/s
Will do a write test of 10GB.
You can do a similar test and read from that file generated and write to another file or /dev/null to get an idea of the read speeds.
See → Continue reading “How To Benchmark Disk I/O”