Problems consolidating databases

by Laura Sheahan, Rebecca Phillips and Deborah Caldwell, (6/02) • Accused Baltimore Priests and Cardinal Keeler's letter explaining the list This page gathers the lists of accused priests (see below) that have been released by dioceses and religious orders, since the first such list was posted by the Diocese of Tucson on June 21, 2002. Kicanas [3] was co-adjutor bishop at the time, and the Dallas charter's goal of transparency was cited as the rationale for the release. Keeler [4] released a list for the Archdiocese of Baltimore on September 25, 2002 and explained that he and the other U. bishops were making "an absolute commitment" to disclosure in order to earn forgiveness and rebuild trust – the church's "crisis of trust" was brought on, he wrote, by "horrible and criminal actions, and by inaction and secrecy." Keeler was criticized by some for posting his list; one commentator wrote that he had "burnished his reputation by trashing the reputations of his priests." The Baltimore list was removed from the archdiocesan website before Keeler's retirement in 2007, and for a decade under his successors, Cardinal Edwin F. We are preparing materials to document this new development.

Roman Catholic Dioceses by State - a convenient map and list, with links to diocesan Web sites, bishops' email addresses, and parish directories, presented by Parishes Online Portrait of the Accused - NY Times summary table and charts of accused priests, with spreadsheet of the summary data (1/12/03) • Catholic Bishops and Sex Abuse - Dallas Morning News • America's Worst Bishops: Which Bishops Have Made the Worst Decisions about Abusive Priests? The archdiocese recently – apparently in late March 2016 – restored the list to their website in a supplemented version.

Backup compression provides significantly smaller and faster backups and restores in most environments.

Compression requires less disk space to store backups (and therefore the ability to store more backups locally), less network bandwidth to move backups around, less tape storage for offsite archive, and faster backups to reduce pressure on maintenance windows.

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Unstructured data is a generic label for describing data that is not contained in a database or some other type of data structure . Textual unstructured data is generated in media like email messages, Power Point presentations, Word documents, collaboration software and instant messages.

Non-textual unstructured data is generated in media like JPEG images, MP3 audio files and Flash video files.It covers new features in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control releases,,,, and lists new features specifically associated with the base Oracle Enterprise Manager platform which includes the Cloud Control console, Oracle Management Service, and Oracle Management Agents.Crucially, compressed backups also result in faster restores, which often have to be performed off hours in a high-pressure disaster recovery situation.However, if the databases contain precompressed data (e.g., BLOB formats like and files), the benefits of compression can be very limited if not negligible.These very large databases (VLDBs) and consolidated environments present their own performance and management challenges, one of which is ability to effectively provision for disaster recovery within the business service level agreements (SLAs) and maintenance windows.