Oracle9i DBA Handbook / Edition 1

Oracle9i DBA Handbook / Edition 1

by Kevin Loney, Marlene Theriault
     
 

Implement Expert Administrative Solutions

Keep your mission-critical Internet and e-business systems flexible, secure, and available by using the exclusive information contained in this Oracle-authorized volume. Oracle9i DBA Handbook explains how to set up and maintain a high-performance database and maximize the all-new, powerful features of Oracle9i.

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Overview

Implement Expert Administrative Solutions

Keep your mission-critical Internet and e-business systems flexible, secure, and available by using the exclusive information contained in this Oracle-authorized volume. Oracle9i DBA Handbook explains how to set up and maintain a high-performance database and maximize the all-new, powerful features of Oracle9i. Oracle insiders Kevin Loney and Marlene Theriault cover all the bases and provide real-world examples and techniques. A must-have resource for Oracle DBAs.

  • Create and manage databases, using the Oracle9i Database Configuration Assistant
  • Monitor and tune file usage, transactions, queries, and memory
  • Implement rollback segments and system-managed undo
  • Handle application migration and online table evolution
  • Diagnose and optimize system performance with STATSPACK
  • Implement state-of-the-art auditing and security procedures
  • Automate backup and recovery operations, using RMAN
  • Implement partitions to manage VLDBs
  • Distribute computing power and share data across servers, using Oracle Net
  • Use Oracle9iAS services to improve flexibility, scalability, and availability

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072193749
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
11/28/2001
Series:
Oracle Press Series
Pages:
1008
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.99(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. IDatabase Architecture
1Getting Started with the Oracle Architecture3
2Hardware Configurations and Considerations61
3Planning and Managing Tablespaces87
4Physical Database Layouts105
Pt. IIDatabase Management
5Managing the Development Process157
6Monitoring Space Usage209
7Managing Transactions247
8Database Tuning283
9Using STATSPACK345
10Database Security and Auditing357
11Backup and Recovery Options419
12Using Recovery Manager (RMAN)473
Pt. IIINetworked Oracle
13Oracle Net515
14Tuning 9iAS563
15Managing Large Databases593
16Managing Distributed Databases635
ASQL Reference for DBA Commands683

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