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DBA SCHOOL, E-508 KEERTHI APTS, BEHIND SARATHI STUDIOS,

YELLAREDDY GUDA, HYDERABAD.


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ORACLE DBA 11G TRAINING AT DBA SCHOOL

DBA SCHOOL providing Excellent training for ORACLE 11g DBA

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DBA SCHOOL, E-508 KEERTHI APTS, BEHIND SARATHI STUDIOS,
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Oracle 11g DBA Course Contents

The Course Includes SQL, PL/SQL and LINUX


Administration.

a)Oracle Database 11g Architecture.


➢ Oracle Logical Storage Structures
➢ Oracle Logical Database Structures.
➢ Oracle Physical Storage Structures.
➢ Multiplexing database files.
➢ Oracle Memory Structures

b) ORACLE INSTALLATIONS
➢ Oracle Manual Installations on LINUX, OEL and SOLARIS
➢ Oracle Basic Installations on LINUX and SOLARIS
➢ Oracle Advanced Installations on LINUX and SOLARIS
➢ Oracle Installations on LINUX and SOLARIS by using Database
Configuration Assistant (DBCA)

c)OPERATING SYSTEM INSTALLATIONS


➢ REDHAT ENTERPRISE LINUX (RHEL-4 & RHEL-5) manual and automatic
Installations.
➢ ORACLE ENTERPRISE LINUX (OEL-4) manual and automatic
Installations.
➢ SOLARIS.10 Installation

d) Controlling the Database


➢ Starting and Stopping ISQL* Plus
➢ Starting and Stopping Database Control
➢ Changing the Listener Status
➢ Startup and Shutdown
➢ Starting Up a Database NOMOUNT
➢ Starting Up a Database MOUNT
➢ Starting Up a Database OPEN
➢ Shutting down the database.
➢ SHUTDOWN OPTIONS
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e)Storage Structures
➢ Tablespaces and Data Files
➢ Space Management in Tablespaces
➢ Creating a New Tablespace
➢ Storage for Locally Managed Tablespaces
➢ Altering a Tablespace
➢ Actions with Tablespaces
➢ Dropping Tablespaces
➢ Viewing Tablespace Information.

f) Control file management

g) Redologfile Management

h) TableSpace Management

i) Archivelog file management

j) Administering Users

➢ Database User Accounts


➢ Creating a User
➢ Profiles and Users
➢ Authenticating Users
➢ Default and Temporary Tablespaces
➢ Checklist for Creating Users
➢ Privileges
➢ System Privileges
➢ Object Privileges
➢ Assigning Quota to Users
➢ Assigning Roles to Users
➢ Roles
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➢ Benefits of Roles
➢ Predefined Roles
➢ Secure Roles

k)Oracle Database Security


➢ Database Security
➢ Revoke Unnecessary Privileges from PUBLIC
➢ Restrict the Operating System Directories Accessible by the User
➢ Limit Users with Administrative Privileges
➢ Manage Default User Accounts
➢ Implement Standard Password Security Features
➢ Password Account Locking
➢ Password Expiration and Aging
➢ Password Verification
➢ Creating a Password Profile
➢ Assigning Users to a Password Profile
➢ Monitoring for Suspicious Activity

l)Oracle Net Services

➢ Creating a Listener
➢ Starting the Listener Server Process
➢ Oracle Networking and Database Connectivity
➢ Establishing Oracle Connectivity

m)Undo Management

➢ Undo data
Transactions and Undo Data
➢ Storing Undo Information
➢ Monitoring Undo
➢ Administering Undo
➢ Configuring Undo Retention
➢ Guaranteeing Undo Retention
➢ Sizing the Undo Tablespace
n) Flashback Technologies
o)Backup and Recovery Concepts
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➢ Backup and Recovery Issues

➢ Categories of Failures

➢ Statement Failures

➢ User Process Failure

➢ Network Failure

➢ User Errors

➢ Instance Failure

➢ Instance Recovery

➢ Phases of Instance Recovery

➢ Media Failure

➢ Control Files

➢ Redo Log Files

➢ Multiplexing the Redo Log

➢ Archived Log Files

➢ ARCHIVELOG Mode

p)Database Backups

➢ Recovery Manager (RMAN)

➢ Configuring Backup Settings

➢ Scheduling Backups: Strategy

➢ Scheduling Backups: Options


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➢ Scheduling Backups: Settings

➢ Scheduling Backups: Schedule

➢ Backup Control File to Trace

➢ Manage Backups

➢ Flash Recovery Area

q)Database Recovery (Using RMAN)

➢ Opening a Database

➢ Changing Instance Status

➢ Keeping a Database Open

➢ Loss of a Control File

➢ Loss of a Redo Log File

➢ Loss of a Data File in NOARCHIVELOG Mode

➢ Loss of a Noncritical Data File in ARCHIVELOG Mode

➢ Loss of a System-Critical File in ARCHIVELOG Mode


n) Database Cloning
a) Online Cloning
b) Offline Cloning

r) Data Guard ( Disaster and Recovery)


Primary and Standby database servers
Failover mechanism
s) Upgradation from Oracle 10g to 11g
t) Patch Management
How to apply CPU (critical patch updates) to the Database.
How to file SR (Service Requests) using
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u) Database Tuning
➢ Both Text based as well as OEM based
➢ Monitoring the Database Aspects
➢ Tuning the Database Areas
➢ Monitoring using the ADDM (Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor)
➢ Running ADDM using OEM
➢ Running ADDM using Command prompt
➢ Using the UTLBSTAT.SQL and UTLESTAT.SQL files
➢ Implementing the OEM-Tuning Pack
➢ Using SQL Tuning Advisor
➢ Running SQL Access Advisor
➢ Managing AWR (Automatic Workload Repository)
➢ Accessing AWR through OEM
➢ Managing AWR using DBMS_WORKLOAD_REPOSITORY package
➢ Using OEM to View AWR Report