Oracle for System Administrators

01/23/2001

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Table of Contents

01. Oracle for System Administrators
02. Introduction
03. Oracle
04. Purpose of Oracle
05. Oracle Overview
06. Oracle Components
07. Oracle Database
08. Database Files
09. Oracle Instance
10. Oracle Processes
11. Oracle Server
12. Control File
13. Data File
14. Oracle Caching
15. How can Oracle guarantee data consistency with DBWRs write delay?
16. Redo Log Files
17. Oracle Environment
18. Unix
19. Unix Process Environment
20. Process Address Space
21. Process Address Space Detailed
22. Execution Requirement
23. Virtual Memory
24. Paging
25. Process Communication
26. Interprocess Communication
27. Common IPC Facilities
28. More IPC Facilities
29. SysV IPC Facilities
30. Recap
31. Intermission
32. Unix Considerations for Oracle
33. Virtual Memory
34. Virtual Memory and Oracle
35. Unix IPC
36. Unix IPC and Oracle
37. Shared Memory
38. Shared Memory and the SGA
39. Common Shared Memory Issues
40. Semaphores
41. Semaphores and Oracle
42. Common Semaphore Issues
43. Physical Memory (RAM)
44. Disk Partitions
45. Raw vs. Cooked
46. Historical Benefits of Raw Disk
47. Modern Advantages of Cooked Disk
48. Which Should You Use?
49. RAID and Oracle
50. RAID 5 vs RAID 10
51. Summary
52. An Oracle Database
53. An Instance
54. Conclusion
55. Major Thanks To
56. Questions?

Document Information


Author: Mark El Torito Dawson, Jr.
Date: 23-Jan-2001
Email: medawson@colltech.com


Presented at the local Chicago Uniforum Chapter
on 23-January-2001

Abstract: http://uniforum.chi.il.us/meetings.html

URL: http://uniforum.chi.il.us


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