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    •  Important Linux commands
    • Installing of Redhat Linux as per oracle database requirement
    • Installing of oracle database on windows/Redhat/Oracle Enterprise Linux 5
    • 2.1.Oracle Database
    • 2.2. Database Architecture
    • 3.1.Single Instance Systems
    • 3.2.Initialization Parameters
    • 3.3.How parameters values will be changed
    • 3.4.Instance and Database Startup
    • 2.5.What happens when you open the database
    • 2.6.How an instance is started
    • 2.7.Modes of instance startup
    • 2.8.Modes of database shutdown
    • 2.9.close database
    • 2.10.Abnormal Shutdowns
    Oracle Instance Memory Structures
    • 3.2.Buffer Caches
    • 3.3.Redo log buffer
    • 3.4.Shared Pool
    • 3.5.Library caches
    • 3.6.Dictinary Caches
    • 3.7.Large Pool
    • 3.8.Streams Pool
    • 3.9.Dynamic SGA
    • 4.1.Introduction to Processes
    • 4.2.Types of Processes
    •        a.User Process Overview
    •        b.Oracle Process Overview
    Database Creation
    • 5.1.Advantages of dbca
    • 5.2.Create a database with the Database Configuration Assistant(DBCA)
    • 5.3.create database design template with the dbca
    • 5.4.Manual database creation
    • 5.5.Dropping a Databases
    • 5.6.Determining the Global database name
    • 5.7.Managing Initialization Parameters using a Server Parameter file
    Managing Tablespaces
    • 6.1.Tablespaces
    • 6.2.Datafiles
    • 6.3.Specify Tablespace Default Storage Parameters
    • 6.4.Types of Tablespaces
    • 6.5.Altering Tablespaces Availability
    • 6.6.Making a Tablespace Ready only
    • 6.7.Renaming Tablespaces
    • 6.7.Dropping Tablespaces
    Rollback Segments
    • 7.1.Transaction and Rollback Segements
    • 7.2.The Rollback Segment System
    • 7.3.Oracle Instance and Rollback Segments
    • 7.4.High Water Mark
    • 7.5Altering Rollback Segments
    • 7.6.Changing Rollback Segment Parameters
    • 7.7.Shrinking Rollback Segments Manually
    • 7.8.Dropping a Rollback Segment
    • 7.9.Viewing Rollback Segment Information
    Undo Management
    • 8.1.Creating a Undo Tablespace
    • 8.2.Alter Undo Tablespace
    • 8.3.Dropping Undo Tablespace
    • 8.4.Switching Undo Tablespace
    • 8.5.Specifying Undo Retention Policy
    • 8.6.Viewing Information about undo tablespace
    CHAPTER 10
    Managing Controlfiles
    • 9.1.Guidelines for controlfiles
    • 9.2.Initial Controlfiles
    • 9.3.Creating Additional copies,Renaming and Relocating Controlfiles
    • 9.4.Creating New Controlfiles
    • 9.5.Backup of controlfiles
    • 9.6.Recovering a controlfile and current copy
    • 9.7.Dropping Controlfiles
    • 9.8.Display controlfile information
    CHAPTER 11
    Managing the Online Redo Logs
    • 10.1.Redo Threads
    • 10.2.Online Redo Log contents
    • 10.3.How Oracle Writes to Online Redo Log
    • 10.4.Log Switches and Log Sequences Numbers
    • 10.5.Multiplexing online Redo log files
    • 10.6.Setting the size of online redo log file
    • 10.7.creating online redo log groups and members
    • 10.8.Forcing Log Switch
    • 10.9.Viewing information of redo logs
    • 10.10.Archive Redologs
    CHAPTER 12
    User Management
    • 11.1.User Authentication
    • 11.2.Operating System Security
    • 11.3.Data Security Policy
    • 11.4.Understanding user Priviledges and Roles
    • 11.5.Users Roles
    • 11.6.Granting User Priviledges and Roles
    • 11.7.Revoking User Priviledges and Roles
    • 11.8.Granting to and Revoking from user group public
    • 11.9.Viewing privileges and Roles Information
    CHAPTER 13
    • 12.1.Creating and Rebuilding Indexes
    • 12.2.Dropping Indexes
    CHAPTER 14
    User-Managed Backups 1
    • 13.1.About User-Managed Backup and Recovery
    • 13.2.Why Use User-Managed Backup and Recovery Methods
    • 13.3.About User-Managed Backups
    • 13.4.Consistent and Inconsitent User-Managed Backups
    • 13.5.Basic Restore and Recovery Methodology
    CHAPTER 15
    User-Managed backups 2
    • 14.1.Queriying V$views to obtain Backup Information
    • 14.2.Listing Database Files Before a Backup
    • 14.3.Making User-Managed Backups of the Whole Database
    • 14.4.Making  User-Managed Backups offline Tablespace & Datafiles
    • 14.5.Export and Imports
    CHAPTER 16
    • 15.0.Introduction to Recovery Manager
    • 15.1.RMAN architecture
    • 15.2.About Recovery Manager
    • 15.3.Why use RMAN?
    • 15.4.Overview of the RMAN
    •          a.About the RMAN Executable
    •          b.About the Target Database
    •          c.About the RMAN Repository
    CHAPTER 17
    RMAN 2
    • 16.1.Connecting to Databases with RMAN
    • 16.2.Starting RMAN without connecting to a database
    • 16.3.Connecting to the Target DB and Recovery catalog
    • 16.4.Types of Backups Incremental,Differential Incremental Backups,Cumulative incrment
    • 16.4.Restoring and Recovering files using RMAN
    • 16.5.Block Media Recovery RMAN
    • 16.6.Overview of RMAN
    CHAPTER 18
    • 17.1.The Flash Recovery Area
    • 17.2.Oracle Flashback Query
    • 17.3.Oracle Flashback Table
    • 17.4.Recyclebin
    • 17.5.Flashback Database
    •         a.To Enable Flashback Database
    •         b.To Disable Flashback Database
    CHAPTER 19
    • 18.1.Oracle Performance Improvement Method
    • 18.2.The “Top Ten” List of Oracle Performance Mistakes
    CHAPTER 20
    Memory Management
    • 19.1.Understanding Memory Allocation issues
    • 19.2.Shared Pool and Large Pools
    • 19.3.Configuring and Using Redolog Buffer
    • 19.4.Oracle Memory Structures
    • 19.5.Automatic Shared Memory Management
    CHAPTER 21
    • 20.1.Overview to SQL optimizer
    • 20.2.Overview of the optimizer
    • 20.3.Understanding the cost-based optimizer
    • 20.4.Optimizer operations
    • 20.5.Gathering Optimizer Statistics
    • 20.6.Optimizer Hints
    • 20.7.Using the Rule-Based Optimizer
    CHAPTER 22
    • 21.1.Explain Plan and Tkprof
    • 22.2.Understanding Explain Plan
    • 22.3.How Execution Plans can change
    • 22.4.Explain Plan Restrictions
    • 22.5.TKPROF and Statistics of TKprof
    CHAPTER 23
    • Automatic Performance Statistics and Diagnostics
    • 23.1.Active Session History Reports
    • 23.2.Introduction to Database Diagnostic Monoring
    • 23.3.Automatic Workload Repository Reports
    CHAPTER 24
    Oracle Data Pump
    • 24.1.Overview
    • 24.2.Data Pump Components
    • 24.3.Benefits of Datapump Export and Import
    • 24.4.Default Locations for Dump,Logs
    • 24.5.Data Pump Export,tables,schemas,etc
    CHAPTER 25
    • 25.1.Dataguard Basic Concepts
    • 25.2.Automatic Storage Management basic concepts

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