After completing this lesson, you should be able to do
• Create a database with the Database Configuration
• Create a database design template with the DBCA
• Generate database creation scripts with the DBCA
After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following:
List the advantages of distributing different Oracle file types
Diagnose tablespace usage problems
List reasons for partitioning data in tablespaces
Describe how checkpoints work
Monitor and tune checkpoints
Monitor and tune redo logs
The OPN System supports McKoi, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle databases. You select the database during the installation the OPN Systemô XT Server: either the embedded database (McKoi), or an external database. If you chose the embedded database, you can change to a different one by creating a new database and configuring it to be used with the OPN Systemô XT Server.
Databases represent the core of an organization's informational infrastructure. To effectively maintain those databases, it is imperative for administrators to be well trained. In this hands-on course, you gain the knowledge and skills to create and configure Oracle 10g databases, manage memory and storage effectively, and deploy essential procedures to maintain your organization's database and ensure its availability.
Welcome to the Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide for the
10g Release 1 (10.1) of Oracle Advanced Security.
Oracle Advanced Security contains a comprehensive suite of security features that
protect enterprise networks and securely extend them to the Internet. It provides a
single source of integration with multiple network encryption and authentication
solutions, single sign-on services, and security protocols.
The Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide describes how to
implement, configure and administer Oracle Advanced Security....
This document describes the tasks to install Oracle Database
10g Standard Edition on a Windows two-node cluster, using
Real Application Clusters (RAC) and Automated Storage
Management (ASM). This install also builds a general purpose
starter database with the Sample Schemas included and with
automatic disk backup enabled.
This section describes the RAC documentation set. The platform-specific Oracle
Database 10g CD contains a copy of this book, the Oracle Real Application Clusters
Installation and Configuration Guide in both HTML and PDF formats. This book contains
the pre-installation, installation, and post-installation information for all UNIX- and
Windows-based platforms on which RAC operates.
This chapter describes how to log into the CSS and configure an IP address,
subnet mask, and default route. Included in this chapter is a description of the
system software. It also contains information on using the Offline Diagnostic
Monitor (Offline DM) menu. Information in this chapter applies to all CSS
models except where noted.
CSS software is available in a Standard or Enhanced feature set.
Laravel is an MVC web-development framework written in PHP. It has been designed to
improve the quality of your software by reducing both the cost of initial development and
ongoing maintenance costs, and to improve the experience of working with your applications
by providing clear expressive syntax and a core set of functionality that will save you hours of
Laravel was designed with the philosophy of using convention over configuration.
Enterprise Manager is Oracle’s single, integrated solution for administering and
monitoring targets that are based on the Oracle technology stack. See "Certified
Enterprise Manager Targets" for a list of Oracle targets and components that Enterprise
Manager can manage. This guide is written for Oracle and system administrators who want to install and
configure Oracle Enterprise Manager. You should already be familiar with Oracle and
the administrative tasks you want to perform.
Recovery Manager Features
Recovery Manager (RMAN) is an Oracle utility that you use to manage the backup, restore, and recovery operations on Oracle databases. RMAN has a powerful command language that is independent of the operating system.
Recovery Manager has a command-line interface. Oracle Enterprise Manager also provides a graphical user interface for the Recovery Manager. Recovery Manager can be used on databases of Oracle8 or later releases.
RMAN provides several features not available when you make user-managed backups with operating system commands.
After completing this module, students will be able to delegate Active Directory administration tasks . Students will also be able to configure trusts between domains in a multi forest environment.
Important It is recommended that you use PowerPoint 2002 or a later version to display the slides for this course. If you use PowerPoint Viewer or an earlier version of PowerPoint, all the features of the slides might not be displayed correctly.
Oracle Server Configuration Options
Oracle creates server processes to handle the requests of user processes connected to an instance. A server process can be either a dedicated server process, where one server process services only one user process, or it can be a shared server process, where a server process can service multiple user processes. Shared server processes are a part of Oracle Shared Server architecture.
The Oracle Database distribution media includes various SQL files that let you
experiment with the system, learn SQL, or create additional tables, views, or
Oracle Database includes sample schemas that help you to become familiar with
Oracle Database functionality. All Oracle Database documentation and training
materials are being converted to the Sample Schemas environment as those materials
The Sample Schemas can be installed automatically by the Database Configuration
Assistant, or you can install them manually.
Characteristics of the Listener Process
The database server receives an initial connection from a client application through the listener.
The listener is a process running on a node that listens for incoming connections on behalf of a database or a number of databases.
Naming Methods: Overview
Oracle Net provides five naming methods:
Host naming: Enables users in a TCP/IP environment to resolve names through their existing name resolution service
Local naming: Locates network addresses by using information configured and stored on each individual client's tnsnames.
Redo Log History
All transactions are recorded in the online redo log files. This allows for automatic recovery of transactions in the event of a database failure.
If the database is configured for NOARCHIVELOG mode, no redo history is saved to archived log files, and recovery operations are limited and a loss of transaction work may occur. This is the result of the automatic recycling of log files, where older log files needed for recovery are overwritten and only the most recent part of the transaction history is available.
Before a database is created, the UNIX environment must be configured and the Oracle9i server must have already been installed.
Four environment variables must be set: ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID, PATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
ORACLE_HOME is the full path to the top directory in which the Oracle9i Server is installed. The directory for ORACLE_HOME should be supplied by the person who installed the server, usually the UNIX administrator or the DBA.
ORACLE_SID is a user-definable name assigned to an instance of a database.
Software Installation Fast lightweight install
Major redesign of installation process Single CD, 20 Minutes, CPU, memory, disk space consumption greatly reduced, Extremely lightweight client install (3 files) using Oracle Instant Client, Automation of All Pre and Post Install Steps, Validate OS Configuration, patches, resource availability etc
Module 4: Configuring and troubleshooting DHCP. This module explains how to configure, manage, and troubleshoot Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers, and DHCP Scopes. The main contents in module includes: Overview of the DHCP server role, configuring DHCP scopes and options, managing a DHCP database, monitoring and troubleshooting DHCP, securing DHCP.