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Oracle Architecture Diagram and Notes

Oracle Architecture Diagram and Notes

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Oracle Architecture Diagrams, its components and short descriptions
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 SYSTEM GLOBAL AREA SHARED POOL
Library Cache Shared SQL Area Data Dictionary Cache Result Cache Enqueue Latches Fixed Area Other MRU
Mid-Pt intersection
LRU
KEEP CACHE SIZE RECYCLE CACHE SIZE
DB_CACHE_SIZE Redo Log Buffer
LARGE POOL
IO Buffer Area Response Queue Request Queue Oracle XA Interface Backup/Recovery Operations UGA for shared Servers
JAVA POOL
Flashback Buffer Used Memory Free Memory Sort Extent Pool Streams Pool
PROGRAM GLOBAL AREA
Stack Space User Session Data Cursor Statistics Sort Area
User Global Area
DBWR LGWR
ARCn
Control Files
Database and Temporary files
Online Redo Log Archived Log
CKPT
PMON SMON MMAN MMON CJQn User Process Server Process
 
 
USER PROCESSES
 
ORACLE NET SERVICES
 
LISTENER.ORA
 
TNSNAMES.ORA
 
SQLNET.ORA SYSTEM GLOBAL AREA
 
a)
 
LIBRARY CACHE b)
 
SHARED POOL c)
 
DICTIONARY CACHE
d)
 
SHARED SQL AREA
 
e)
 
ENQUEUES f)
 
LATCHES g)
 
RESULT CACHE
 
h)
 
OTHER i)
 
FIXED AREA
DATABASE BUFFER CACHE
 
db_recycle_cache_size
 
db_keep_cache_size REDO LOG BUFFER LARGE POOL JAVA POOL a)
 
SORT EXTENT POOL b)
 
STREAMS POOL c)
 
FLASHBACK MEMORY DATABASE WRITER REDO LOG WRITER ARCHIVER LOG WRITER CHECKPOINT
 
USER PROCESSES
When a user runs an application program (such as a Pro*C program) or an Oracle tool (such as Oracle Enterprise Manager or SQL*Plus), Oracle Database creates a user process to run the user's application.
ORACLE NET SERVICES
supports network communication between a client application and a remote or local database running on a variety of operating systems. Oracle Net Services allows the database servers and the client applications (or servers acting as clients) that access it to run on separate machines, and provides a means for moving data between the nodes on a network. Oracle Net Services is also used for Inter Process Communication if clients and servers are running on the same machine.
LISTENER.ORA
is a SQL*Net configuration file used to configure Oracle Database Listeners (required to accept remote connection requests). This file normally resides in the ORACLE HOME\NETWORK\ADMIN directory or in the directory define by the $TNS_ADMIN variable.
TNSNAMES.ORA
is a SQL*Net configuration file that defines databases addresses for establishing connections to them. This file normally resides in the ORACLE HOME\NETWORK\ADMIN directory.
SQLNET.ORA
is a text file that provides SQL*Net with basic configuration details like tracing options, default domain, encryption, etc. This file can be found in the ORACLE HOME\NETWORK\ADMIN directory.
SYSTEM GLOBAL AREA
 -
System Global Area (SGA) is a group of shared memory areas that are
dedicated to an Oracle “instance”
. It consists of 
 
 
Shared Pool
 
Database Buffer Cache
 
Redo Log buffer
 
Large Pool
 
Java Pool

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