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Oracle 9i Administration I Course on oracle.com

Oracle 9i Administration I Course on oracle.com

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Oracle9i Database Administration Fundamentals I
5 Days
What you will learn
Oracle DBAs manage the industry's most advanced information systems and command some of the highest salaries.This course is your first step towards success as an Oracle professional, designed to give you a firm foundation in basicdatabase tasks. In this class, you'll learn how to design, create, and maintain an Oracle database. Students will gain aconceptual understanding of the Oracle database architecture and how its components work and interact with oneanother. Students will also learn how to create an operational database and properly manage the various structures inan effective and efficient manner. The lesson topics are reinforced with structured hands-on practices. This course isdesigned to prepare you for the corresponding Oracle Certified Associate exam: Exam #1Z0-031.This course counts towards the Hands-on course requirement for the Oracle 9i Database Administrator Certification.Only instructor-led inclass or instructor-led online formats of this course will meet the Certification Hands-onRequirement. Self Study CD-Rom and Knowledge Center courses are excellent study and reference tools but DO NOTmeet the Hands-on Requirement for certification.Database Administrators
Suggested Prerequisites 
Introduction to Oracle9i: SQLIntroduction to Oracle9i: SQL Basics
Course Objectives
Manage tablespaces, segments, extents, and blocksManage users, privileges, and resourcesCreate an operational databaseStart up and shut down an Oracle instance and databaseManage Oracle database filesUse Globalization Support features
Course TopicsOracle Architectural Components
Defining an Oracle Database, the Oracle server, and the Oracle InstanceEstablishing a connection and creating a sessionUnderstanding the physical structureUnderstanding the memory structureUnderstanding the process structureUnderstanding the logical structureOutlining the stages of an SQL statement
Getting Started with the Oracle Server
Identifying database administrative tools
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Identifying the features of the Universal InstallerDefining the Optimal Flexible ArchitectureCreating a database during installationCreating a new databaseIdentifying database administrative users
Understanding operating system and password file authenticationSQL*PlusEnterprise Manager
Managing an Oracle Instance
Creating, managing, and using initialization files: PFILE and SPFILEIdentifying the various states of starting an instanceIdentifying the various options available to shutdown an instanceMonitoring Alert and Trace files
Creating a Database
Using the Database Configuration Assistant to create a databaseCreating a database manually
Using the Data Dictionary
Identifying the uses and contents of the data dictionaryUsing the data dictionary to retrieve information about the database
Maintaining the Control File
Explaining the uses of the control fileListing the contents of the control fileMultiplexing the control fileManaging control file with Oracle Managed Files (OMF)Obtaining control file information
Maintaining Redo Log Files
Explaining the purpose of and how online redo log files workControl log switches and checkpointsMaintaining online redo log filesManaging online redo log files using OMFMultiplexing and maintaining online redo log filesArchiving online redo log filesObtaining online and archived redo log file information
Managing Tablespaces and DatafilesDescribing storage hierarchyEstablishing the difference between SYSTEM and Non-SYSTEM tablespaces
Creating and managing tablespacesCreating a tablespace when using OMFObtaining tablespace and datafile information
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