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Database Manage Oracle Processes Control file Management – Creating and Dropping Online Redo Log Management – Creating, Relocating, Forcing Switch, Dropping Archived Redo Log Management Job Queue Management Tablespace Management Datafile Management Creating a new Unix shell scripts and modifying existing scripts Copy shell scripts to various servers and execute them Create new SQL scripts Schema Object Management - Creating, Managing space in blocks, Setting storage parameters, Deallocating space, Renaming, Analyzing, Enabling and Disabling Triggers, Managing Integrity constraints, Compiling Invalid objects. Partition Management - Creating, Moving, Adding, Dropping, Coalescing, Modifying partition default attributes, Truncating, Splitting, Merging, Exchanging, & Rebuilding Index Partitions Table Management - Creating with proper sizing estimation, altering, allocating storage, dropping & Index-Organized Tables Table reorganization - Small (less than 100MB), Medium (Less than 1GB) , & Large (Greater than 1GB) View, Sequence, & Synonym Management Index Management - Creating with proper sizing estimation, altering, monitoring index space, rebuilding, and dropping. Index reorganization - Small (less than 100MB), Medium (Less than 1GB), & Large (Greater than 1GB) Rollback Segment Management - Creating with proper sizing estimation, Altering availability & storage, Assigning to a transaction, Monitoring, and Dropping User & Role Management - Creating users & roles, granting/revoking privileges to users/roles, assigning roles to users, dropping users/roles.
Tuning LGWR and DBWR I/O. greatest resource per row. Tuning checkpoints. managing audit trail information. & running from the command line. Tuning Multiple Buffer Pools vi. Tuning Redo Log Buffers ii. Security Management .Audit setup. Striping disks. Identifying statements those consume greatest resource overall. and statement executed most frequently. Tuning sorts. Recovering database from export dump Standby Database Management Recovering a single table from the previous backup Performance and Tuning Database Tuning – Estimating proper size of the SGA and distribution of datafiles for I/O. Tuning Buffer Cache v. Tuning Shared Pool iv. SQL Trace review using TKPROF and interpreting Statement tuning using EXPLAIN PLAN/TKPROF Generating. creating necessary views and tables for the backup management. Tuning Sort Areas Tuning I/O i. Detecting I/O problems ii. Storing and Managing the statistics using Stored Outlines Tuning Memory Allocation i. Recovering database from cold backup Recovering database from hot backup – Copying the archived log files from tape.Copying backup scripts. Avoiding dynamic space management. creating backup directories and backup environment file. Tuning Private SQL and PL/SQL Areas iii. and configuring large pool Database Utilities & Tools Creating scripts and taking export Creating scripts for import and doing import . Backup & Recovery Management Backup Setup . Solving I/O problems by reducing disk contention by distributing I/O.
Tuning SQL server parameters for optimum performance . Create control files for data loading using SQL*Loader Database replication Snapshots/Materialized Views – Creating the snapshot log at the master site. Creating snapshots at the remote site. Refreshing the snapshots Network Management Setting up the new listener Starting/Reloading/Stopping listener Copying and updating tnsnames. These are automated jobs and should be running Purge job history which increases the size of Msdb (OOMC need to be consulted before the Purge) Dumping transaction logs Backup and Recovery Management • • • Backup Scheduling Backup Monitoring Backup Restoration as required – Verification of backup tapes by doing restoration drill once during the POC period Performance monitoring and tuning • • • Performance monitoring using tools and processes Suggest tuning SQL server parameters for optimum performance if situation requires it e. end user taking long time than expected.ora SQL Server Database Administration • • • • • • Installation and upgrades Changing the Server Configurations if required Starting and Stopping the Services if required Ensure the running of DBCC commands. Defining Database Links.g.
Installating & Managing Database Tools .TOOLS: • • DTS packages.