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This authorized guide from Oracle Press explains how implement all the new features of Oracle9i and manage a robust, high-performance Oracle database. You'll get new and revised material on installation, database creation, using STATSPACK, Recovery Manager, Oracle9i Application Server, external tables, flashback queries, and much more.

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Implement Expert Administrative Solutions

Keep your mission-critical Internet and e-business systems flexible, secure, and available by using the exclusive information contained in this Oracle-authorized volume. Oracle9i DBA Handbook explains how to set up and maintain a high-performance database and maximize the all-new, powerful features of Oracle9i. Oracle insiders Kevin Loney and Marlene Theriault cover all the bases and provide real-world examples and techniques. A must-have resource for Oracle DBAs.

  • Create and manage databases, using the Oracle9i Database Configuration Assistant
  • Monitor and tune file usage, transactions, queries, and memory
  • Implement rollback segments and system-managed undo
  • Handle application migration and online table evolution
  • Diagnose and optimize system performance with STATSPACK
  • Implement state-of-the-art auditing and security procedures
  • Automate backup and recovery operations, using RMAN
  • Implement partitions to manage VLDBs
  • Distribute computing power and share data across servers, using Oracle Net
  • Use Oracle9iAS services to improve flexibility, scalability, and availability

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26 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This is not fair, Oracle 8 stuff in an 9i book cover! 16 avril 2002
Par Manfred Fischer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Mrs. Theriault, Mr. Loney, the Oracle guys developed a milestone 9i with a lot of new important database features. In your book I can find features of Oracle 8 and 8i. That is not fair. I'm a lucky man, because my company has bought the book! As an Oracle teacher I must order all the new books, but this book I cant't recommend to people who actually have an idea about Oracle 8!
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Don't understand all the negative reviews 29 juillet 2005
Par S. T. Peterson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
First off, I purchased this book as I am taking a course in Relational Database Design using Oracle 9i. I had labs to do that involved setting up user accounts, giving/revoking permissions to tables, etc. THe "Complete Reference" didn't have the necessary information--some but not all. This book--the DBA Handbook--had more complete information that quickly gave me me the information that I needed to answer the questions. I must admit that I shyed away from it at the beginning of the course because I read all the negative comments here. But I am glad that my desperation (because the Oracle product documentation was absolutely no help) pushed me to go to nearest Borders to check it out before purchasing it. I am happy with it.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great coverage of 9i features 2 août 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I'm a beginner DBA, and this book had what I needed to get started. It has great coverage of 9i features. I used the scripts to create the database, set it up, and then tune it. I recommend DBAs also pick up a book on their operating system shell so you can program your management scripts.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another Fine Tome 10 décembre 2001
Par CanonCat - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Kevin Loney continues to be a major force in documenting the onslaught of new database features from Oracle and this volume is no different.
Don't expect a CD-ROM to be included with this however - mine arrived without one and there is no indication that there ever was one planned. The Oracle Press web site does not mention one. This actually turned out to be a listing error by Amazon and has been corrected. If you like performance tuning, consider Donald Burleson's excellent guide to using and extending the Oracle Statspack utility.
19 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This in NOT an Oracle9i new features book! 14 janvier 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
You should only consider buying this book if you do not have a good Oracle8i book already or if you are willing to read it completely. There are only a few references to Oracle9i and you have to search them in the index (which means that you have to know the new features BEFORE even reading the book!). It looks like time-to-market has played a key role in the conception of this book.
The one star is for being a pretty good book for Oracle newbies.
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