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Oracle 11g is a new version of relational database management system (RDBMS) produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation. The Oracle 11g DBA  is designed to provide an effective curriculum plan for database administrators who are new to the role. Oracle Database is the first database designed for enterprise grid computing, the most flexible and cost effective way to manage information and applications. The term 10g DBA is often used for 11g Database Administrator, which represents a person or a group of people responsible for creation and maintenance of an Oracle 10g Database.
 
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ORACLE 10g/11g DATABASE ADMINISTRATION

 CHAPTER1 

  •  Important Linux commands
  • Installing of Redhat Linux as per oracle database requirement
  • Installing of oracle database on windows/Redhat/Oracle Enterprise Linux 5
CHAPTER 2

  • 2.1.Oracle Database
  • 2.2. Database Architecture
CHAPTER 3

  • 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
CHAPTER 4

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
  • 3.10.PGA(PROGARMABLE GLOBAL AREA)
CHAPTER 5

PROCESS ARCHITECTURE

  • 4.1.Introduction to Processes
  • 4.2.Types of Processes
  •        a.User Process Overview
  •        b.Oracle Process Overview
CHAPTER 6

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
CHAPTER 7

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
CHAPTER 8

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
CHAPTER 9

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

INDEXES

  • 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
a.COLDBACKUPS

b.HOTBACKUPS

  • 14.5.Export and Imports
  • 14.6.DBVERIFY UTILITY
CHAPTER 16

RMAN

  • 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

Introduction

  • 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