Oracle DBA handbook.Material type: TextPublication details: Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne, 1994. Edition: 7.3 edISBN: 0078822890Subject(s): Computer program | Database management | Relational databasesDDC classification: 005.7565
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Previous ed.: 1994.
1. The Oracle Architecture -- 2. Hardware Configurations and Considerations -- 3. Logical Database Layouts -- 4. Physical Database Layouts -- 5. Managing the Development Process -- 6. Monitoring Multiple Databases -- 7. Managing Rollback Segments -- 8. Database Tuning -- 9. Database Security and Auditing -- 10. Optimal Backup and Recovery Procedures -- 11. Supporting Oracle*CASE -- 12. Supporting Oracle Financials -- 13. Supporting Oracle Utilities -- 14. Supporting Third-Party Tools -- 15. SQL*Net V1 and V2 -- 16. Networking in UNIX -- 17. Managing Distributed Databases -- App. A. Database Creation Procedures -- App. B. Database Installation Guidelines -- App. C. SQL Reference for DBA Commands -- App. D. Configuration Guidelines for Client-Server Environments.
Completely revised and updated to cover Oracle7 Release 7.3, the Oracle DBA Handbook, 7.3 Edition is here to make your life as database administrator easier and more productive. It provides the information you need to effectively manage a networked or stand-alone Oracle database system. In this official handbook authorized by Oracle, expert Kevin Loney shows you how to set up a database for maximum efficiency, monitor it, tune it, and maintain security. You'll find tips on networking Oracle 7 Release 7.3 with SQL*Net on UNIX, as well as tips on using Oracle's distributed database and client-server capabilities. And you'll learn about supporting tools, including Oracle CASE, Oracle Financials, and Oracle utilities, as well as third-party tools. A command reference, configuration guidelines, and scripts are also included to help get you started in setting up your Oracle database.