Oracle Net8: Configuration and Troubleshooting
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BeschreibungNet8 is the fundamental Oracle technology that allows Oracle services and clients to communicate with each other over a network. Net8 is most often used to connect client software to Oracle database servers. It may also be used to connect database servers to one another, allowing communication between distributed databases.
This practical guide provides the information that readers, especially database administrators, need to know in order to install configure, tune, and troubleshoot Net8. It discusses how Oracle's network architecture, products, and name resolution methods work, and it provides the details of client and server configuration using a variety of Oracle protocols and networking products, including:
* The Oracle Internet Directory (OID), Oracle's implementation of the standard Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). This directory can be used to maintain a central repository of net service names that can be referenced by all clients.
* Oracle Names, a networking component used mainly in earlier versions of Oracle, that allows net service names to be defined centrally.
* Multi-Threaded Server (MTS), an environment in which the client connections share access to a pool of shared server processes.
* Oracle Connection Manager, a Net8 component that acts much like a router and provides protocol conversion, connection concentration, and access control.
The book also describes the utilities Oracle provides to help manage a Net8 environment; these include the Listener Control Utility (lsnrctl), the Oracle Names Control Utility (namesctl), the Oracle Connection Manager Control Utility (cmctl), tnsping, and Net8 Assistant. In addition, it provides a variety of networking troubleshooting techniques and commonly encountered Net8 configuration problems, and provides complete syntax for all networking files and commands.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface I. How Net8 Works 1. Oracle's Network Architecture and Products Goals of Net8 Net8 Components Stack Communications Management Utilities 2. Name Resolution Local Naming Directory Naming Centralized Naming Host Naming External Name Resolution Choosing the Method to Use II. Net8 Configuration 3. Client Configuration The Overall Process Installing the Net8 Client Software Configuring Your Profile Defining Net Service Names Using LDAP Using Oracle Names Using External Naming Methods Testing Client Connectivity 4. Basic Server Configuration The Overall Process Software to Install Configuring a Listener The Listener Control Utility Securing a Listener Modifying and Deleting a Listener Detecting Dead Connections 5. Multi-Threaded Server Understanding MTS Planning for MTS Database Initialization File Changes Forcing a Dedicated Server Connection Viewing MTS Status Online MTS Modifications 6. Net8 and LDAP What Is LDAP? Client Configuration for LDAP Defining Net Service Names in an LDAP Directory 7. Oracle Names Configuring a Names Server Managing a Names Server Discovery and Client Configuration Domains and Regions 8. Net8 Failover and Load Balancing Failover Load Balancing 9. Connection Manager Connection Manager Benefits Connection Manager Architecture Configuring Connection Manager Configuring a Client Managing Connection Manager III. Net8 Troubleshooting 10. Net8 Troubleshooting Techniques Testing Connectivity to the Server Looking at Net8 Log Files Generating Net8 Trace Files 11. Solutions to Common Problems Net8 General Problems Connection Manager Problems Multi-Threaded Server Problems Oracle Names Problems IV. Appendixes A. The sqlnet.ora File B. The tnsnames.ora File C. The listener.ora File D. The names.ora File E. Environment and Registry Variables F. MTS Initialization Parameters G. MTS Performance Views Index
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Jonathan got his start with relational database systems in
1990, first working with Ingres, and later with Digital's
Rdb software. During that period he developed a fondness for
SQL, and for the challenge of applying SQL creatively in
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In 1994 Jonathan made the leap to Oracle, and is now often
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SQL*Loader (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2001); Oracle SQL*Plus
Pocket Reference (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2000); Oracle
SQL*Plus: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly Media, Inc.,
1999); More recently, Jonathan has made forays into other
database products, coauthoring Transact-SQL Cookbook
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PostgreSQL (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2002).
Jonathan is certified as an Oracle DBA and is a member of
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Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: O'REILLY & ASSOC INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2001
Seitenanzahl: 408 Seiten