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  • Oracle Virtual Machine (VM) Installation
    on Mar 2, 2009 in Videos
    See graphically how to install Oracle Virtual Machine on Linux.Virtual Machine Installation...
  • Tablespace Point in Time Recovery from Cold Backup
    on Jan 28, 2009 in Guidelines
    The steps to restore a tablespace to a point in time from cold rman backup in another machine is: 1) Copy initdb.ora from production environment to auxiliary node. Change paths to the new location for user_dump_dest ... Include parameters: db_file_n...
  • Mandatory Oracle Sites to visit
    on Dec 26, 2008 in Links
    In English: Online documentation Oracle Learning Paths. Free Oracle Software, documentation ... You should create a fre...
  • Free Oracle Tools
    on Dec 23, 2008 in Utilities
    These are my favourites free oracle tools (inexpensive) : SQL Developer: Fully Oracle supported graphical tool for database development.FabForce: Free data modelling tool.Bugzilla: Free task/bug manager.Advanced Query ToolOraSnap: Gather Performance...
  • Prepare your Oracle Interview: Questions and Answers
    on Dec 23, 2008 in Utilities
    Really interesting and interactive site to practice: GeekInterview.
  • DBMS_SPACE Package: Estimate Table and Index Size
    on Dec 22, 2008 in Scripts
    We could estimate table size with this script: SET SERVEROUTPUT ON DECLARE v_used_bytes NUMBER(10); v_Allocated_Bytes NUMBER(10); v_type sys.create_table_cost_columns; BEGIN v_Type := sys.create_table_cost_columns ( sys.create_table_cost_colinfo...
  • Steps to migrate from File System to ASM
    on Dec 19, 2008 in Guidelines
    For me, this is the easiest way for migrate our Oracle database from File System to ASM: 1)In open state: - Indicanew control file path: ALTER SYSTEM SET control_files='+MIGAS' scope=spfile; - Indicate new file creation path: ALTER
  • How do you monitor your Oracle servers? Oracle gives you OSWATCHER
    on Dec 19, 2008 in Utilities
    You have performance problem and maybe not collecting operating system and network metrics. Os watcher is probably the easy and better option to take snapshots. Os Watcher is a set of Unix commands that collect operating system and network metrics.
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