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Chapter 1: Oracle and Availability: Illustrated Downtime Scenarios

Partitioning, mviews, and Index-Organized-Tables
Cross-Platform Transportable Tablespaces
Use Services to Allocate Workloads to Higher Priority Applications
Use AWR and ADDM to Quickly Identify and Resolve Bottlenecks
Use ASM to Simplify Disk and File Management
RAC Clusters Mask Problems Involving a Single Node
Transparent Application Failover (TAF) Allows Queries to Be Failed Over to Another Node and Restarted Automatically
RAC Handles Instance Recovery from Surviving Nodes
Recovery Manager (RMAN) Provides Media Recovery of Data Blocks
Avoid Long Tape Restores with RMAN Flashback Recovery Area
Protect Against Node Failure with a Robust Archive Strategy
Use Flashback Table to Restore a Table to a Previous State
Use Flashback Drop to Restore Dropped Objects
When There Is an Unrecoverable Operation, Use Flashback Database
Use Oracle Streams to Replicate Data to Unique Databases on Different Operating Systems
Protect Yourself Against Disaster with Data Guard

Chapter 6: Utility Computing: Applications as Services

Modifying Services

Chapter 8: Backup and Recovery for High-Availability Environments

What is the snapshot controlfile?
Parallelization and Multiplexing for RMAN Backups

Chapter 9: Oracle Flashback: Surviving User-Induced Trauma

Enabling Row Movement and Flashback Table
How long do objects live in the Recycle Bin?

Chapter 10: Oracle Streams for High Availability

Streams Pool vs. Shared Pool

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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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