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UNIX,LINUX,SOLARIS,AIX Administrative Commands for Database dba

UNIX,LINUX,SOLARIS,AIX Administrative Commands for Database dba

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unix,linux,solaris,ibm aix,hp-ux,administrative commands for database administrator,administrative commands for dba gives a detailed listing of all the commands needed for database administrator.
unix,linux,solaris,ibm aix,hp-ux,administrative commands for database administrator,administrative commands for dba gives a detailed listing of all the commands needed for database administrator.

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05/11/2014

 
http://neworacledba.blogspot.comPlenty of useful articles on oracle, oracle dba, oracle RAC (Real Application cluster)DBA, Oracle dataguard, certification exam dumps, shell script,UNIX/LINUX/SOLARIS, PMP (Project Management Professional), ITIL(InfrastructureInformation Library), ISO/IEC 20000 and many more…..Visit : http://neworacledba.blogspot.comSome UNIX/Linux commands are particularly useful for administrative purpose.Theyhelp us find the Server Statistics including CPU usage, Memory Usage,Virtual Memorystatistics,I/O statistics.The commands and their details are given below :tar - Unix Backup and restore utilitytar -cvf backup-devicepath pathofsourcefiletobe archived- creates a new archive.Hyphenis optionaltar -xvf backupdevicepath archivefile - extracts the archived file.cpio - Copy input/output commandcpio -o - cpio command with -o option copies files to standard output such as disk or tapecpio -i - cpio command with -i option extracts file from standard input.Usage :cpio -o > standardtape/disk pathcpio - i < standard-inputdevice pathvmstat - Monitor memory usage,page faults,processes and CPU activity.iostat - displays input output statistics for all the disks on our systemsar - System Activity reporter.Its a very powerful tool that offers a way to analyze howthe read/write operations are occuring from disk to buffer cache and from buffer cache todisk.By using various options of sar command we can monitor disk and CPU activity,inaddition to buffercache activity.top - It is a commonly used performance monitoring tool.It shows us a little bit of information on everything such as the top CPU and memory utilization processes,the percentage of CPU time used by the top processes, and memory utilization.glance - A system-monitoring tool in HP-UNIX.Used for monitoring memory,DisI/O,CPU Performancenetstat - Monitor network to make sure that there are no serious traffic bottlenecks. ps - Once tha database or any application is started in a UNIX/Linux system the primarystep is to ensure that processes have been invoked. ps -efgrep process-name is a clear wayto ensure that processes are running. If the output doesnt give out any ros then processesare down and systems need to be restarted again.ssh - Secure shell. It is a Protocol used to secure communications between hosts.Itencrypts the username and password.It uses private keys to authenticate user communication between hosts without a passowrd.This is useful in automatingoperational tasks using Shell Script,RAC installation etc.ftp - File Transfer Protocol. It is used to upload files to a host. It needsusername/password authentication.Visit : http://neworacledba.blogspot.com

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