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Chapter 2: RDBMS Features for Availability

Figure 2-1: EM Database Control home page
Figure 2-2: Top Sessions from the Performance page
Figure 2-3: The Administration page
Figure 2-4: The Maintenance page

Chapter 3: Tuning Your Database for Availability

Figure 3-1: Changing default snapshot retention time
Figure 3-2: ADDM report as viewed in EM
Figure 3-3: Memory Advisor
Figure 3-4: Segment Advisor
Figure 3-5: Choosing ASM on the DBCA Storage Options screen
Figure 3-6: Creating the ASM disk group
Figure 3-7: ASM disk groups in Enterprise Manager
Figure 3-8: Viewing ASM files from within Enterprise Manager

Chapter 4: RAC Setup and Configuration

Figure 4-1: Generate Config Window in ocfstool
Figure 4-2: OCFS Format window
Figure 4-3: Mounting the drive via ocfstool
Figure 4-4: Defining cluster name, and public and private node names
Figure 4-5: Private Interconnect Enforcement screen
Figure 4-6: OCR location
Figure 4-7: Cluster Installation screen-select nodes for install
Figure 4-8: Specification of virtual IP addresses
Figure 4-9: Database Storage Options screen in DBCA
Figure 4-10: Database Creation Complete

Chapter 5: Database Administration in a RAC Environment

Figure 5-1: Adding a node at the cluster layer
Figure 5-2: Adding a node at the RDBMS layer
Figure 5-3: Adding virtual IPs for new nodes
Figure 5-4: Naming and node assignment for the new instance
Figure 5-5: Deleting an instance
Figure 5-6: Management Agent install
Figure 5-7: Enterprise Manager Grid Control Home screen
Figure 5-8: Grid Control targets

Chapter 6: Utility Computing: Applications as Services

Figure 6-1: Services Management screen in DBCA
Figure 6-2: Adding database services in DBCA
Figure 6-3: Cluster-managed services in Enterprise Manager
Figure 6-4: Cluster Managed Database Services screen
Figure 6-5: Mapping a service to a consumer group
Figure 6-6: Target availability in EM Grid Control

Chapter 7: Oracle Data Guard: Surviving the Disaster

Figure 7-1: Add a standby
Figure 7-2: Standby Wizard: standby type
Figure 7-3: Standby Wizard: backup type
Figure 7-4: Standby Wizard: backup configuration
Figure 7-5: Standby Wizard: standby Oracle home
Figure 7-6: Standby Wizard: file locations
Figure 7-7: Standby Wizard: standby configuration
Figure 7-8: Standby Wizard: confirmation
Figure 7-9: Standby Wizard: job creation
Figure 7-10: Data Guard Overview page: creation in progress
Figure 7-11: Data Guard Overview page
Figure 7-12: Standby Database Properties page
Figure 7-13: Standby Role Properties page
Figure 7-14: Performance overview
Figure 7-15: Configuration verification

Chapter 8: Backup and Recovery for High-Availability Environments

Figure 8-1: Network topography of an RMAN operation
Figure 8-2: RMAN backup architecture
Figure 8-3: Choosing a backup strategy
Figure 8-4: Backup strategy
Figure 8-5: Scheduling the backup job
Figure 8-6: Incremental backups for a week
Figure 8-7: Anatomy of a duplicate for standby operation
Figure 8-8: The doomed archivelog configuration
Figure 8-9: Sync and split fail-safes

Chapter 9: Oracle Flashback: Surviving User-Induced Trauma

Figure 9-1: Navigating to the table and viewing contents
Figure 9-2: Slot-headed screws
Figure 9-3: All versions of the row
Figure 9-4: Flashback Versions Query SQL
Figure 9-5: Transaction information
Figure 9-6: The row history for the DELETE operation
Figure 9-7: The Recycle Bin of user WS_APP
Figure 9-8: Impact analysis for flashback drop

Chapter 10: Oracle Streams for High Availability

Figure 10-1: Streams translates the redo stream into LCRs in a queue table

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Oracle Database 10g. High Availablity with RAC Flashback & Data Guard
Oracle Database 10g. High Availablity with RAC Flashback & Data Guard
ISBN: 71752080
Year: 2003
Pages: 134 © 2008-2017.
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