Oracle Database 11g DBA Handbook

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Date

December 6, 2007

Format

Paperback, 670 pages

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ISBN

0071496637 / 9780071496636

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65.00



Overview


Main description

The Essential Resource for Oracle DBAs--Fully Updated and Expanded

Manage a flexible, highly available Oracle database with help from the expert information contained in this exclusive Oracle Press guide. Fully revised to cover every new feature and utility, Oracle Database 11g DBA Handbook shows how to perform a new installation, upgrade from previous versions, configure hardware and software for maximum efficiency, and employ bulletproof security. You will learn to automate the backup and recovery process, provide transparent failover capability, audit and tune performance, and distribute your enterprise databases with Oracle Net.

  • Plan and deploy permanent, temporary, and bigfile tablespaces
  • Optimize disk allocation, CPU usage, I/O throughput, and SQL queries
  • Develop powerful database management applications
  • Guard against human errors using Oracle Flashback and Oracle Automatic Undo Management
  • Diagnose and tune system performance using Oracle Automatic Workload Repository and SQL Tuning Sets
  • Implement robust security using authentication, authorization, fine-grained auditing, and fine-grained access control
  • Maintain high availability using Oracle Real Application Clusters and Oracle Active Data Guard
  • Respond more efficiently to failure scenarios by leveraging the Oracle Automatic Diagnostic Repository and the Oracle Repair Advisor
  • Back up and restore tables, tablespaces, and databases with Oracle Recovery Manager and Oracle Data Pump Export and Import
  • Work with networked databases, data warehouses, and VLDBs
  • Put the latest Oracle Database 11g tools to work--Oracle Total Recall, Oracle Flashback Data Archive, and more

 


Table of contents

Part I: Database Architecture
Chapter 1. Getting Started with the Oracle Architecture
Chapter 2. Upgrading to Oracle Database 11g
Chapter 3. Planning and Managing Tablespaces
Chapter 4. Physical Database Layouts and Storage Management
Part II: Database Management
Chapter 5. Developing and Implementing Applications
Chapter 6. Monitoring Space Usage
Chapter 7. Managing Transactions with Undo Tablespaces
Chapter 8. Database Tuning
Chapter 9. Database Security and Auditing
Part III: High Availability
Chapter 10. Real Application Clusters
Chapter 11. Backup and Recovery Options
Chapter 12. Using Recovery Manager (RMAN)
Chapter 13. Oracle Data Guard
Chapter 14. Miscellaneous High Availability Features
Part IV: Networked Oracle
Chapter 15. Oracle Net
Chapter 16. Managing Large Databases
Chapter 17. Managing Distributed Databases
Appendix: Installation and Configuration
Index


Author comments

Bob Bryla has more than 20 years of MIS experience as a database designer, systems analyst, and DBA. He currently handles the DBA activities on Lands' End's Oracle Internet databases. Bob is the coauthor, with Kevin Loney, of the previous edition of this book.

Kevin Loney is a veteran Oracle consultant, developer, and DBA. He is a regular presenter at Oracle User Group conferences and is the bestselling author of several Oracle Press titles.





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