Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II Training Rel 2

Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II Training Rel 2 (11gR2-DBA2)

Introduction:

Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II Training Rel 2 Course Description

This Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II Training Rel 2 takes the database administrator beyond the basic tasks covered in the first workshop. You'll begin by gaining a deep understanding of the most important responsibilities a DBA has: performing backup and recovery.

Learn To:

Diagnose and repair data failures with Flashback technology.
Manage space to optimize database storage so you can respond to growing space requirements.
Monitor and manage major database components, including memory, performance and resources.
Secure the availability of your database through appropriate backup and recovery strategies.
Automate DBA tasks with the Scheduler.

Customize It:

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.

Audience/Target Group

Database Administrators
Support Engineer
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant

Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II Release 2 Training (11gR2-DBA2)Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Class Prerequisites:

Oracle Database 11g Database Administration
Working knowledge of SQL and how to use PL/SQL packages

Skills Gained:

Configure the Oracle Database for optimal recovery
Configure the database instance such that resources are appropriately allocated among sessions and tasks
Schedule jobs to run inside or outside of the database
Use compression to optimize database storage and duplicate a database
Back and recover a database (and its parts) with RMAN (command-line and Enterprise Manager)
Use flashback technology to view past states of data and to revert either objects or the entire database back to a past state
Use an appropriate and flexible memory configuration for your database
Identify burdensome database sessions and poorly performing SQL

Course Content:

Core Concepts and Tools of the Oracle Database

The Oracle Database Architecture: Overview
ASM Storage Concepts
Connecting to the Database and the ASM Instance
DBA Tools Overview

Configuring for Recoverability

Purpose of Backup and Recovery (BR), Typical Tasks and Terminology
Using the Recovery Manager (RMAN)
Configuring your Database for BR Operations
Configuring Archivelog Mode
Configuring Backup Retention
Configuring and Using a Flash Recovery Area (FRA)

Using the RMAN Recovery Catalog

Tracking and Storing Backup Information
Setting up a Recovery Catalog
Recording Backups
Using RMAN Stored Scripts
Managing the Recovery Catalog (Backup, Export, Import, Upgrade, Drop and Virtual Private Catalog)

Configuring Backup Settings

Configuring and Managing Persistent Settings for RMAN
Configuring Autobackup of Control File
Backup optimization
Advanced Configuration Settings: Compressing Backups
Configuring Backup and Restore for Very Large Files (Multisection)

Creating Backups with RMAN

RMAN backup types
Creating and Using the following:
- Backup Sets and Image Copies
- Whole Database Backup
- Fast Incremental Backup
- Configure Backup Destinations
- Duplexed Backup Sets
- Archival Backups

Restore and Recovery Task

Restoring and Recovering
Causes of File Loss
Automatic Tempfile Recovery
Recovering from the Loss of a Redo Log Group
Recovering from a Lost Index Tablespace
Re-creating a Password Authentication File
Complete and Incomplete Recovery
Other Recovery Operations

Using RMAN to Perform Recovery

Complete Recovery after Loss of a Critical or Noncritical Data File
Recovering Image Copies and Switching Files
Restore and Recovery of a Database in NOARCHIVELOG Mode
Incomplete Recovery
Performing Recovery with a Backup Control File
Restoring from Autobackup: Server Parameter File and Control File
Restoring and Recovering the Database on a New Host

Monitoring and Tuning RMAN

Monitoring RMAN Jobs
Balance Between Speed of Backup Versus Speed of Recovery
RMAN Multiplexing
Synchronous and Asynchronous I/O
Explaining Performance Impact of MAXPIECESIZE, FILESPERSET, MAXOPENFILES and BACKUP DURATION

Diagnosing the Database

Data Recovery Advisor (DRA)
Block Corruption
Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR)
Health Monitor
The ADR Command-Line Tool, ADRCI

Using Flashback Technology I

Flashback Technology: Overview and Setup
Using Flashback Technology to Query Data
Flashback Table
Flashback Transaction Query
Performing Flashback Transaction Backout

Using Flashback Technology II

Oracle Total Recall
Flashback Drop and the Recycle Bin

Performing Flashback Database

Configuring Flashback Database
Performing Flashback Database Operations
Monitoring Flashback Database

Managing Memory

Oracle Memory Structures
Oracle Database Memory Parameters
Using Automatic Memory Management
Automatic Shared Memory Management
Using Memory Advisors
Using Data Dictionary Views

Managing Database Performance

Tuning Activities
Using Statistic Preferences
Optimizer Statistics Collection
Monitor the Performance of Sessions and Services
Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
Describing the Benefits of Database Replay

Managing Performance by SQL Tuning

SQL Tuning and SQL Advisors
Using SQL Tuning Advisor
SQL Access Advisor
SQL Performance Analyzer Overview

Managing Resources

Database Resource Manager: Overview and Concepts
Accessing and Creating Resource Plans
Creating Consumer Group
Specifying Resource Plan Directives, including:
Limiting CPU Utilization at the Database Level
Instance Caging
Activating a Resource Plan
Monitoring the Resource Manager

Automating Tasks with the Scheduler

Simplifying Management Tasks
Creating a Job, Program, and Schedule
Using Time-Based, Event-Based, and Complex Schedules
Describing the Use of Windows, Window Groups, Job Classes, and Consumer Groups
Multi-Destination Jobs

Managing Space in Blocks

Free Space Management
Monitoring Space
Compressing Data

Managing Space in Segments

Segment Creation on Demand
Additional Automatic Space-Saving Functionalit
Shrinking Segments
Segment Advisor
Managing Resumable Space Allocation

Managing Space for the Database

Using 4 KB-Sector Disks
Transporting Tablespaces
Transporting Databases

Duplicating a Database

Purpose and Methods of Cloning a Database
Using RMAN to Create a Duplicate Database
Cloning a Database from a Backup
Duplicate a Database Based on a Running Instance
Targetless Duplicating a Database

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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