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Oracle DBA Concise Handbook

Oracle DBA Concise Handbook

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An Oracle DBA handbook. Covers 9i to 11g. Discusses Oracle database instance, file structure, backup recovery and performance tuning. Also includes a list of Oracle interview questions.
An Oracle DBA handbook. Covers 9i to 11g. Discusses Oracle database instance, file structure, backup recovery and performance tuning. Also includes a list of Oracle interview questions.

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Oracle DBA Concise Handbook - 1 -
Oracle DBA ConciseHandbook
Covers 9i to 11g
Saikat Basak 
Published by Ensel Softwarewww.enselsoftware.com 
 
Oracle DBA Concise Handbook - 2 -© Saikat Basak The author and publisher of this book have used their best efforts in preparingthis book. These efforts include the development, research and testing of thetheories and programs to determine their effectiveness. The author and publishershall not be liable in any event for the incidental or consequential damages inconnection with, or arising out of, the furnishing, performance, or use of theseprograms.All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, in any form or byany means, without the permission in writing from the author.1
st
Edition 20042
nd
Edition 2009 – updated for 10g & 11gLast updated Jul 2010
 
Oracle DBA Concise Handbook - 3 -
ContentsINTRODUCTION...............................................................................................6
 
1
 
ORACLE SERVER AN OVERVIEW...................................................7
 
1.1
 
L
OGICAL STRUCTURE
.............................................................................7
 
1.2
 
O
RACLE MEMORY STRUCTURE
...............................................................7
 
1.3
 
B
ACKGROUND PROCESSES
......................................................................9
 
1.4
 
I
NSTALLING AND MANAGING
O
RACLE DATABASE
................................12
 
1.5
 
O
RACLE
M
ANAGED
F
ILES
(OMF)........................................................12
 
1.6
 
C
REATING A NEW DATABASE
...............................................................12
 
1.7
 
S
TARTING UP DATABASE INSTANCE
......................................................15
 
1.8
 
S
HUTTING DOWN DATABASE INSTANCE
................................................15
 
1.9
 
C
ONTROL FILE
......................................................................................15
 
1.10
 
R
EDO LOG FILES
...................................................................................17
 
1.11
 
T
ABLE SPACES
......................................................................................20
 
1.12
 
S
EGMENT AND STORAGE STRUCTURES
.................................................23
 
1.13
 
T
ABLES
................................................................................................24
 
1.14
 
I
NDEXES
...............................................................................................26
 
1.15
 
C
ONSTRAINTS
......................................................................................27
 
1.16
 
U
SERS AND SECURITY
..........................................................................29
 
2
 
BACKUP AND RECOVERY..................................................................32
 
2.1
 
I
NTRODUCTION
.....................................................................................32
 
2.2
 
B
ACKUP AND RECOVERY IN NO ARCHIVE LOG MODE
............................32
 
2.3
 
B
ACKUP IN ARCHIVE LOG MODE
...........................................................32
 
2.4
 
U
SER MANAGED COMPLETE RECOVERY
................................................33
 
2.5
 
U
SER MANAGED INCOMPLETE RECOVERY
............................................34
 
2.6
 
L
OGICAL BACKUP
EXPORT
 / 
IMPORT AND
D
ATA
P
UMP
........................34
 
2.7
 
SQL
 
L
OADER
.......................................................................................36
 
2.8
 
N
ETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS
............................................................37
 
2.9
 
L
OG
M
INER
..........................................................................................39
 
2.10
 
R
EAL
A
PPLICATION
C
LUSTERS
(RAC).................................................42
 
2.11
 
S
TANDBY DATABASE
(
ALSO
O
RACLE
D
ATA
G
UARD
)...........................44
 
2.12
 
R
EPLICATION
.......................................................................................44
 
3
 
PERFORMANCE TUNING....................................................................45
 
3.1
 
T
UNING DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
............................45
 
3.2
 
S
OURCES OF TUNING INFORMATION
.....................................................45
 
3.3
 
C
OLLECTING STATISTICS
......................................................................46
 
3.4
 
O
RACLE SUPPLIED
GUI
TUNING TOOLS
................................................47
 
3.5
 
SQL
APPLICATION TUNING AND DESIGN
...............................................47
 
3.6
 
O
PTIMIZER
...........................................................................................49
 

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