Oracle DBA Handbook,7.3 Edition / Edition 2by Kevin Loney
Pub. Date: 12/10/1996
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
This handbook is ideal for all new and experienced DBAs (database administrators) who need to learn to manage a networked Oracle database system efficiently and effectively. The book opens with database architecture and setting up a database,before covering management and supporting packages. The author provides tips on management,tuning,maintaining security,backup,and tools. He also details networking Oracle. Readers will also find a command reference,configuration guidelines,plus scripts and tips to help them set up a database. This edition covers 7. 3,with special attention to the Oracle Optimizer.
The Essential Guide to database Management in the Real World.
Forget theories and hypotheses. Managing a database in the real world is a tricky business that casts the DBA in the difficult role of architect,juggler,and troubleshooter all in one.
Completely revised and updated to cover Oracle7 RElease 7. 3,the Oracle DBA Handbook,7. 3 Edition is here to make your life as database administrator easier and more productive. It provides the information you need to effectively manage a networked or stand-alone Oracle database system.
In this official handbook authorized by Oracle,expert Kevin Loney shows you how to set up a database for maximum efficiency,monitor it,tune it,and maintain security. You'll find tips on networking Oracle7 Release 7. 3 with SQL*Net on UNIX,as well as tips on using Oracle's distributed database and client-server capabilities. And you'll learn about supporting tools,including Oracle CASE,Oracle Financials,and Oracle utilities,as well as third-party tools. A command reference,configuration guidelines,and scripts are alsoincluded to help get you started in setting up your Oracle database.
Whether you're a new or experienced DBA,you can master the many nuances and intricacies of this complex and powerful database system. The Oracle DBA Handbook,7. 3 Edition will prove to be your crucial guide to developing a top-performing database for today's real-world information needs.
Table of ContentsPart I: Database Architecture.
The Oracle Architecture.
Hardware Configurations and Considerations.
Logical Database Layouts.
Physical Database Layouts.
Part II: Database Management.
Managing the Development Process.
Monitoring Multiple Databases.
Managing Rollback Segments.
Database Security and Auditing.
Optimal Backup and Recovery Procedures.
Part III: Supporting Packages.
Supporting Oracle CASE.
Supporting Oracle Financials.
Supporting Oracle Utilities.
Supporting Third-Party Tools.
Part IV: Networked Oracle.
SQL *Net V1 and V2.
Networking in Unix.
Managing Distributed Databases.
Part V: Appendices: A: Database Creation Procedures.
B: Database Installation Guidelines.
C: SQL Reference for DBA Commands.
D: Configuration Guidelines for Client-Server Environments.
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