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Advanced Oracle Utilities: The Definitive Reference Bert Scalzo

Advanced Oracle Utilities: The Definitive Reference

Bert Scalzo

Published March 21st 2014
ISBN : 9780991638659
Paperback
750 pages
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This is the definitive guide to all Oracle utilities, and it is targeted at experienced Oracle professionals who need to perform powerful system-wide operating system internal operations on their Oracle databases. The authors approach OracleMoreThis is the definitive guide to all Oracle utilities, and it is targeted at experienced Oracle professionals who need to perform powerful system-wide operating system internal operations on their Oracle databases. The authors approach Oracle Utilities from a functional perspective, adding value by explaining the why and how for the use of all Oracle Utilities. This comprehensive book includes details on all of the Oracle utilities, including experts-only sections on undocumented utilities, plus the Linux/UNIX utilities, Oracle command-line utilities, and the all-important DBA package utilities. This indispensable book covers all areas of Oracle database administration and includes secrets for database migration (with Data Pump and SQL*Loader) and detailed tips for using The Oracle OS utilities (e.g. BBED, dbv, orastack, orakill). The book also covers Oracle tuning utilities, including ADDM and the SQL tuning advisors as well as the traditional command-line tuning utilities such as dbms_alert and dbms_xplan, tkprof and dbms_debug. This book is special because noted Oracle experts supplement the operational considerations of Oracle utilities with expert insights and working scripts. The time savings from a single utility script is easily worth the price of this definitive book. This book is not for beginners. These are powerful utilities to be used only by experienced DBAs and developers who need to perform powerful system-wide operating system internal operations on their Oracle databases.