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New Features of Oracle9i

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Oracle9i
Database New Features
Release 2 (9.2)
October 2002
Part No. A96531-02
Oracle9i Database New Features, Release 2 (9.2)
Part No. A96531-02
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Contents

Send Us Your Comments..................................................................................................................vii Preface............................................................................................................................................................ix 1 Overview of Oracle9i

Introduction.........................................................................................................................................1-2

Oracle9i Database.........................................................................................................................1-3 Oracle9i Application Server........................................................................................................1-4 Oracle9i Developer Suite.............................................................................................................1-5

2 Oracle9i Database Release 2 (9.2) New Features
Scalability and Performance.............................................................................................................2-2

Partitioning of Applications No Longer Necessary................................................................2-2 Fast Split Partitioning...................................................................................................................2-2 Shared Server................................................................................................................................2-3 Itanium 2 on HP-UX and Linux.................................................................................................2-3

Availability...........................................................................................................................................2-3
Enhanced Disaster Recovery Environment..............................................................................2-3
Recovery Manager Enhancements and Changes.....................................................................2-4
Manageability......................................................................................................................................2-8

Streamlined Operational Database Management....................................................................2-9 Simplified Oracle9i Administration With Oracle Enterprise Manager..............................2-11 LogMiner Enhancements...........................................................................................................2-12 Minimizing the Production Impact of Upgrading.................................................................2-13

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