Synopses & Reviews
The Essential Resource on Administering and Managing Oracle 8i.
Maintain a robust, mission-critical Oracle8i database--the most manageable Web-enabled enterprise database system available. Oracle8i DBA Handbook provides high-end administrative solutions for the day-to-day DBA. Inside, you'll learn to set up a database for maximum efficiency, monitor it, tune it, and maintain its security. The book also explains in detail how to use Oracle's distributed database and its client/server, Oracle8i, and all of its revolutionary new Web-based features.
This authoritative resource contains the most up-to-date information available on Oracle's latest release and shows you how to:
- Configure database architecture, including hardware and physical layout
- Manage the development process
- Support Oracle tools and packages, including Oracle Financials, Oracle Designer, and other utilities
- Handle database tuning, troubleshooting, backup, and recovery
- Implement SQL*Net V2 and Net8
- Manage distributed databases and configure client/server and Web-based environments
Ideal for new and experienced DBAs alike, Oracle8i DBA Handbook is the must-have resource on creating and administering a high-performance Oracle8i database for Internet computing.
Loney does not present a simple revision of his previous bestseller, but instead, provides an enhanced book in many substantial ways such as 8i feature coverage, expansion of Network Oracle sections, screen shots, examples and CD contains useful scripts, utilities, and tools.
Maintain a robust, mission-critical Oracle8i database--the most manageable Web-enabled enterprise database system available.
This new edition of the DBA handbook provides expanded coverage of networking in Oracle, with information on configuring access through a firewall. The annotated "Solutions" section allows readers to implement the techniques presented and the CD-ROM offers scripts, utilities and tools.
Table of Contents
Part I: Database ARchitecture.
Part II: Database Management.
Part III: Networked Oracle.
Part IV: Appendices.