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Learning Objectives
WhatComesWithMaxDB?
Database Manager GUI
Database Manager CLI
SQLCLI
Essential SQLCLI Commands
Database Studio
Hard Disk Footprint
The Independent Directories 1/2
The Independent Directories 2/2
The Dependent Directory
The Rundirectory
The Data/Log Volumes
Status and Log Files
Database Message Log –Version 7.6
Database Message Log –Version 7.7
The Error Log –Version 7.6
The Kernel Administration Log –Version 7.6
Other Dump Files
DIAG_HISTORY
Installation Tools
Installation Manager: Start Screen
Installation Manager: WhatShouldbeInstalled
Installation Manager: TemplateSelection
Installation Manager: Database Configuration
Installation Manager: AdvancedDatabase Settings
Installation with SDBINST 1/3
Installation with SDBINST 2/3
Installation with SDBINST 3/3
Upgrade Prerequisites
Upgrade Procedure with SDBSETUP
Upgrade Procedure with SDBUPD
Uninstall Procedure
Installation Log Files
Instance Installation
Instance Installation 1/12 Starting the Installation Wizard
Instance Installation 2/12
Instance Installation 3/12 Selecting the Software Version
Instance Installation 4/12 Specifying the Database Manager Operator
Instance Installation 5/12
Instance Installation 6/12 Adjusting Parameter Settings
Parenthesis: Changing Database Parameters
Instance Installation 7/12 Specifying the Data Volumes
Instance Installation 8/12 Specifying the Log Volumes
Instance Installation 9/12 Specifying Backup Media
Instance Installation 11/12 Waiting for Completion
Instance Installation 12/12 Database Manager GUI Overview
Anatomy of a MaxDB Instance
Processstructure
Threads I
ThreadsII
User KernelThreadsund Tasks
Server Tasks
DataWriterand Timer Tasks
Utility and TraceWriterTask
RemoteSQL Server
Processes with ps
Processes on Windows
Memory Footprint
Startup and Shutdown 1/2
Startup and Shutdown 2/2
Backup Basics 1/2
Backup Basics 2/2
External Backup Tools
Complete Backup 1/3
Complete Backup 2/3
Complete Backup 3/3
Incremental Backup
Log Backup 1/2
Log Backup 2/2
Automatic Log Backup 1/2
Automatic Log Backup 2/2
Backup History
Recovery
Recovery With Initialization
Recovery Considerations
Recovery 1/4
Recovery 2/4
Recovery 3/4
Recovery 4/4
Checking the Database Structure
Checking the Structure of a Single Table
Check Backup
Adding Data Space 1/2
Adding Data Space 2/2
Automatic Data Area Extension
Alter Log Settings 1/2
Alter Log Settings 2/2
Automatic Statistics Update
Snapshots
Creating and Deleting Snapshots
Reverting to a Snapshot
Master –SlaveSupport w/ Snapshots
Monitoring: Database Filling Level
Monitoring: Log Filling Level
Monitoring: Log Full
Resolving a Log Full Situation
Monitoring: Memory Areas
I/O Buffer Cache Hit Rate
Cache Accesses
Enable Detailed Time Measurement
Log I/O Time
SQL Locks
Lock Collisions and Lock Escalations
Identify the Locking Process
Monitoring Active TaskStatus 1/2
Monitoring Active TaskStatus 2/2
Indexes
Corrupted Indexes 1/2
Corrupted Indexes 2/2
Disabled Indexes
Database Analyzer
Starting the Database Analyzer
Log Files
Note continuation page
Displaying Log Files
Short Time Analysis
Expert Analysis: Important Values
Bottlenecks
I/O buffer cache Hitrate
Expensive Select Statements
Expensive Delete Statements
Critical Regions
Command Execution Time
Logging
Further Optimization
Impact of Bad SQL Statements
CheckingResourceMonitor State
Command Monitor
CheckingCommandMonitor State
Analyzing Command Monitor Data 1/2
Analyzing Command Monitor Data 2/2
Getting the Execution Plan
MaxDBTraces
Activating the Kernel Trace
Advancedoptions
EvaluatingtheTrace
Kernel Trace Protocol
Session SpecificKernelTrace
SQLDBC Trace
High Availability
Standby database
Setting up a standby instance
Starting the Standby Instance as an Active Instance
Hot-Standby System
Architecture
Installing a Hot-Standby System
Using a Hot-Standby System
Fail-Over in a Hot-Standby System
Where you can find further information
Disclaimer
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