Oracle Database Administration: The Essential Reference
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BeschreibungOracle database administration requires a vast amount of information and an ability to perform a myriad of tasks--from installation to tuning to network troubleshooting to overall daily administration. Oracle provides many tools for performing these tasks; the trick is knowing what tool is right for the job, what commands you need to issue (and when), and what parameters and privileges you need to set. And, as every DBA knows, you need to know how do all this under pressure, while you face crisis after crisis.
This book provides a concise reference to the enormous store of information an Oracle DBA needs every day (as well as what's needed only when disaster strikes). It's crammed full of quick-reference tables, task lists, and other summary material that both novice and expert DBAs will use time and time again. It covers the commands and operations new to Oracle8, but also provides Oracle7 information for sites still running earlier versions.
Oracle Database Administration provides two types of material:
* DBA tasks--chapters summarizing how to perform critical DBA functions: installation, performance tuning, preventing data loss, networking, security and monitoring, auditing, query optimization, and the use of various Oracle tools and utilities
* DBA reference--chapters providing a quick reference to the Oracle instance and database, the initialization (INIT.ORA) parameters, the SQL statements commonly used by DBAs, the data dictionary tables, the system privileges and roles, and the SQL*Plus, Export, Import, and SQL*Loader syntax
The book also includes a resource summary with references to additional books, Web sites, and other online and offline resources of special use to Oracle DBAs.
Oracle Database Administration is the single essential reference you'll turn to again and again. If you must choose only one book to use at the office, keep at home, or carry to a site you're troubleshooting, this will be that book.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. I. DBA Tasks. 1. Introduction Oracle Database Administration Oracle Architecture Software Options Configuration Planning. 2. Installation Media Selection The Oracle Installer Installable Components Dependencies Pre-Installation Checklist Critical Decisions Post-Installation Tasks. 3. Maximizing Oracle Performance Configuration and Tuning-What's the Difference? Achieving Maximum Performance Configuring the Operating System Configuring Oracle Sizing and Configuring Database Objects Tuning Oracle. 4. Preventing Data Loss Types of Backups Database Backup Database Recovery Automated Utilities Practice Scenarios. 5. Oracle Networking Oracle Network Architecture Oracle Names MultiProtocol Interchange Connecting to Non-Oracle Databases Oracle Network Manager Oracle Net8 Assistant Manual Network Configuration Sample SQL*Net Files SQL*Net Troubleshooting. 6. Security and Monitoring Security Monitoring. 7. Auditing About Auditing Forms of the AUDIT Statement Audit Trail Views and Lookup Tables Establishing an Audit Policy Maintaining the Audit Trail Row-Level Auditing. 8. Query Optimization Types of Queries Types of Join Access Paths Determining the Access Plan Cost-Based Optimizer Rule-Based Optimizer. 9. Oracle Tools About the Tools SQL*Plus Oracle Server Manager SQLDBA Oracle Network Manager SQL*Loader Oracle Enterprise Manager Third-Party Tools. II. DBA Reference. 10. The Oracle Instance Elements of the Instance About Processes About Memory Structures. 11. The Oracle Database Types of Database Files Oracle Tablespaces Disk Allocation. 12. Initialization Parameters Dynamically Modifiable Parameters Platform-Specific Parameters Summary of Initialization Parameters Parameters Used Only in Oracle7 Parameters New in Oracle8. 13. SQL Statements for the DBA SQL Commands by Task SQL Command Syntax. 14. The Oracle Data Dictionary Static Data Dictionary Views Dynamic Performance Data Dictionary Views. 15. System Privileges and Initial Roles Actions, Privileges, and Roles System Privileges Initial Roles Initial Users. 16. Tools and Utilities SQL*Plus Export Import SQL*Loader. Appendix: Resources for the DBA
PortraitDavid Kreines is the Manager of Database Services for Rhodia, Inc., and author of Oracle SQL: The Essential Reference (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2000) and coauthor of Oracle in a Nutshell (with Rick Greenwald) (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2002), Oracle Database Administration: The Essential Reference (with Brian Laskey) (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 1999) and Oracle Scripts (with Brian Lomasky) (O'Reilly Media, Inc., 1998). Dave has worked with Oracle as a developer and database administrator since 1985, on a wide variety of platforms, from PCs to mainframes. He is an Oracle Certified Professional, is certified as a DBA, and has been a frequent contributor to Oracle conferences, user groups, and publications, both in the United States and in Europe. Dave served two terms as president of the International Oracle Users Group -Americas (IOUG-A), and spent ten years on the board of directors.
Brian Laskey is a senior database administrator for Management
Information Consulting (MIC), a Virginia-based consulting firm that
specializes in assisting Fortune 1000 companies in ERP systems integration
and e-commerce. Brian has been an Oracle database administrator for
11 years, working with Oracle on MVS, VMS, UNIX, NT, DOS, and Windows. He is
an Oracle Certified Professional, certified as a DBA for both Oracle 7.3 and
Oracle 8.0. He has presented papers at the IOUW and IOUG-A Live! conferences,
as well as at regional conferences. He is currently serving his second term
as vice president of finance of the International Oracle Users Group-Americas,
and has been a member of the board of directors of the IOUG-A for the past
two years. He has just been re-elected to the IOUG-A board for a term to expire in 2001.
Pressestimmen'If you want a good, solid, practical reference guide covering both Oracle 7 and 8, look no further.' Dave Rutlidge, Cvu, February 2001
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: O'REILLY & ASSOC INC
Erscheinungsdatum: April 1999
Seitenanzahl: 577 Seiten