Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop II Training (D21206)
Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop II Training Course
This self-study CD ROM Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop II Training course will teach learners to configure an Oracle database for multilingual applications and distributed database access. Students will also practice various methods of recovering the database, using RMAN, SQL, and Flashback technology, use RMAN and explain the various RMAN commands. Diagnostic sources, non-critical recovery, and incomplete recovery concepts are also covered in this course. Learners will also learn how to perform incomplete recovery. In addition, this course covers various functions of the Flashback technology. In addition to performing flashback operations at the database level, you can flash back a table or recover a table that has been dropped by mistake. The course also covers the tools used to monitor and improve database performance as well as detect and repair database corruption. Finaly, earners will learn how to use various database technologies, such as Resource Manager, the Scheduler, and materialized views.
Match goals of Oracle Database 10g manageability features with the methods of achieving them.
Identify features of the Oracle Database 10g manageability strategy.
Identify globalization support features provided by Oracle Database 10g.
Identify features of different encoding schemes supported by Oracle Database 10g.
Distinguish between features of the database and national character sets used in Oracle Database 10g.
Identify listener security features in Oracle Database 10g.
Sequence the steps to set the listener password by using Enterprise Manager (EM).
Identify steps to set the listener password by using Net Manager.
Identify features of the RMAN.
Match various RMAN components with their features.
Identify features of RMAN media management.
Match various RMAN commands with their features.
Distinguish between the methods for issuing RMAN commands.
Identify features of the BACKUP command.
Identify features of the alert.log file.
Identify features of alerts.
Identify options that enable you to configure alerts.
Identify features of incomplete recovery.
Match incomplete recovery types with their features.
Identify guidelines for performing incomplete recovery.
Identify features of Flashback Database.
Sequence the steps for configuring Flashback Database using SQL.
Identify features of block corruption.
Identify features of the DBVERIFY utility.
Identify features of the ANALYZE command.
Identify features of the advisory framework.
Sequence the steps in an advisor tuning session.
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Duration: Self Paced
Use RMAN to create and manage backup sets and image copies
Recover the database to a previous point in time
Use Oracle's Flashback technology to recover your database
Detect block corruptions and take appropriate measures to correct them
Use the various Database advisors and views to monitor and improve database performance
Control database resource usage with the Resource Manager
Simplify management tasks by using the Scheduler
Improve the security of the listener
Review database log files for diagnostic purposes
Customize language-dependent behavior for the database and individual sessions
Using Globalization Support
Datetimes with Timezones
Specifying Language-Dependent Behavior
Case and Accent Insensitive Sorts
Obtaining Information about the Current NLS Configuration
Securing the Oracle Listener
Listener Password Authentication
Controlling Database Access
Securing the EXTPROC Service Entry
Configuring Recovery Manager
Using a Flash Recovery Area with RMAN
Setting Parameters for RMAN
Configuring Persistent Settings for RMAN
Control File Autobackups
Using Recovery Manager
Issuing Recovery Manager Commands
Parallelization of Backup Sets
Copying the Whole Database
Making Incremental Backups
Block Change Tracking
Incrementally Updating Backups
Monitoring RMAN Backups
The Alert Log
Viewing Alerts with EM
Recovering from non-critical losses
Creating New Temporary Tablespace
Recreating Redo Log Files
Recovering an Index Tablespace
Read-Only Tablespace Recovery
Loss of Password Authentication File
User-Managed Recovery Procedures: RECOVER Command
Types of incomplete recovery
Incomplete Recovery Best Practices
Recovery Using EM
Simple Recovery Through RESETLOGS
Point-in-time recovery using RMAN
When to Use Flashback Technology
Configuring Flashback Database
Monitoring Flashback Database
Best Practices for the Database and Flash Recovery Area
Flash Recovery Area Space Usage
Flashback Database Examples
Recovering from User Errors
Flashback Dropped Tables Using EM
Querying Dropped Tables
Flashback Versions Query
Flashback Transaction Query
Using Flashback Versions Query and Flashback Transaction Query
Using EM To Flashback Tables
Dealing with Database Corruption
What is block corruption?
The ANALYZE command
How to Handle Corruptions
The DBMS_REPAIR Package
Block Media Recovery (BMR)
Detecting Database Corruptions Using DBVERIFY
Using RMAN to Repair Corrupt Blocks
Automatic Database Management
Automatic Optimizer Statistics Collection
Database Control and Advisors
Using the SQL Tuning Advisor
Using the SQL Access Advisor
Automatic Undo Retention Tuning
Monitoring and Managing Storage
Redo Logfile Size Advisor
Tablespace Space Usage Monitoring
Accessing the Segment Advisor
Shrinking Segments Using SQL
Segment Resource Estimation
Monitoring Index Space
Identifying Unused Indexes
Automatic Storage Management
ASM General Architecture
Creating an ASM instance
Creating tablespaces that use ASM storage
Viewing ASM information
Migrating a tablespace to use ASM storage
Monitoring and Managing Memory
Oracle Memory Structures
Automatic PGA Memory Management
Using the Memory Advisor
Using Automatic Shared Memory Management to avoid long running query issues
Creating a New Resource Plan
Creating Resource Consumer Groups
Assigning Users to Resource Consumer Groups
Adaptive Consumer Group Mapping
Using Sub-Plans to limit CPU Utilization
Administering the Resource Manager
Resource Plan Directives
Automating Tasks with the Scheduler
Creating a Scheduler Job
Using Scheduler Programs
Creating and Using Schedules
Creating a Job Class
Prioritizing Jobs within a Window
Viewing Job Execution Details
Creating a job that runs a program outside of the database
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