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Oracle 10g Database on Enterprise Linux Training

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Description

This course is designed to give the Database Administrator a firm understanding of the components required to successfully deploy an Oracle 10g Database on Enterprise Linux. Students will learn how to configure the Linux operating system for optimal performance with an Oracle database. Then they will install and create an Oracle 10g database on Linux. In addition, the students will also learn how to tune the database to take advantage of the Linux operating system and the Enterprise level features of the OS.

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Course Outline

Introduction to Linux
  • Kernel Version Information
  • Common Linux Commands
  • Navigating the File System
  • Using the Virtual File System
  • The Basics of Bash Shell Scripting
Preparing Oracle
  • Setting Shared Memory Parameters
  • Setting Semaphore Parameters
  • Managing Packages
  • Configuring the X Window System
  • Creating the Necessary Linux Users
Installing Oracle on Linux
  • File System Security
  • Setting Environment Variables
  • Creating Oracle Directories
  • Managing Multiple Version of Oracle Software
  • Using the Oracle Universal Installer
  • Installation Pre-requisites
Managing Storage
  • Disk Partitioning
  • Automatic Storage Management
Creating the Database
  • dbca Log Files
  • Installation Log Files
  • Instance Dump Files
  • Background Processes
  • Server Processes
Customizing Oracle on Linux
  • Linux Startup Sequence
  • Linux Runlevels
  • Database Startup and Shutdown
  • Managing Services with chkconfig
  • Automating Jobs
  • Server Parameter File
Managing Memory
  • Swap Space
  • Evaluating Memory Usage
  • Implementing Hugepages on 32-bit Linux
  • Enlarging the SGA
Using Linux Measurement Tools
  • Tuning CPU
  • Tuning Memory
  • Measuring Memory with sar
  • Monitoring and Tuning I/O
  • Using iostat
  • Reducing I/O Bottlenecks
Tuning Oracle on Linux
  • Sizing Database Blocks
  • Using Multiple DBWR Processes
  • Using DB Writer Slaves
  • Using Automatic Shared Memory Management

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