By Iggy Fernandez
This booklet, written by means of veteran Oracle database administrator Iggy Fernandez, a customary at the Oracle convention circuit and the editor of NoCOUG magazine, is a potential creation to key Oracle database management themes together with making plans, set up, tracking, troubleshooting, upkeep, and backups, to call quite a few. As is obvious from the desk of contents, this ebook isn't easily a recitation of Oracle Database good points corresponding to what you discover within the reference courses to be had at no cost obtain at the Oracle site. for instance, the bankruptcy on database tracking explains tips on how to display screen database availability, database alterations, database safeguard, database backups, database progress, database workload, database functionality, and database capacity.
The chapters of this e-book are logically prepared into 4 components that heavily music the best way your database management occupation will certainly evolve. half 1 grants important historical past in relational database concept and Oracle Database strategies, half 2 teaches you the way to enforce an Oracle database competently, half three exposes you to the day-by-day regimen of a database administrator, and half four introduces you to the high quality paintings of functionality tuning. each one bankruptcy has workouts designed that will help you practice the teachings of the bankruptcy. each one bankruptcy additionally incorporates a checklist of reference works that include additional information with regards to the chapter.
In this booklet, you'll locate details that you just won't locate in different books on Oracle Database. right here you'll notice not just technical details, but additionally tips on paintings practices which are as important for your good fortune as technical abilities. The author's favourite bankruptcy is "The giant photograph and the 10 Deliverables." in case you take the teachings in that bankruptcy to middle, you could fast turn into a better Oracle database administrator than you ever proposal attainable.
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In the opinion of some commentators, the gap then continued to widen. Nevertheless, no one has been successful in providing an alternative to SQL, and we must learn to live with its deficiencies. Chris Date makes the point very forcefully in An Introduction to Database Systems: SQL is now so far from being a true embodiment of relational principles—it suffers from so many sins of both omission and commission—that I would frankly prefer not to discuss it at all! However, SQL is obviously important from a commercial point of view; thus, every database professional needs to have some familiarity with it .
Redundancy Redundancy is not a violation of relational principles but creates a serious performance problem that database administrators must understand. There are usually many ways to rephrase the same SQL query. For various reasons (such as the one described in the previous section), the query optimizer might not find the optimal query execution plan in all cases even though all of the plans retrieve the same data and, therefore, the query plan that is optimal in one case is equally optimal in all other cases.
An Introduction to Database Systems, Eighth Edition. Addison Wesley, 2003. This well-known work, now in its eighth edition, whose author is one of the world’s foremost database theoreticians and an associate of Dr. Edgar Codd, takes an extremely rigorous and theoretical approach, which makes the book suitable only for the most dedicated students of relational database technology. Codd, E. F. The Relational Model for Database Management: Version 2. Addison Wesley, 1990. This famous book, now out of print, by the inventor of relational database technology lists more than 300 requirements that a relational database management system must meet in order to fulfill his vision.