Oracle Database 10g: Performance Tuning (Self-Study Course)

 

Who should attend

  • Database administrators
  • Technical consultants

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of database administration
  • Oracle Database 10g: New Features for Administrators Release 2
  • Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop I Release 2
  • Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop II Release 2

Course Objectives

  • Diagnose and tune common database performance problems
  • Use Enterprise Manager performance-related pages to monitor an Oracle database
  • Use Statspack reports to tune the database
  • Use the Oracle Database tuning methodology appropriate to the available tool
  • Use the tools based on the Automatic Workload Repository to tune the database
  • Utilize database advisors to proactively tune an Oracle database

Product Description

  • Performance Tuning Overview
    • Write appropriate tuning goals
    • Apply the tuning methodology
    • Balance performance and safety trade-offs
    • Identify common tuning problems
    • Log a performance Service Request with Oracle Support
  • Statistics and Wait Events
    • Identify dynamic performance views useful in tuning
    • Identify key tuning components of the alert log file
    • Identify key tuning components of user trace files
    • Use dynamic performance views to view statistics and wait events
  • Metrics, Alerts, and Baselines
    • View metrics using the metrics history views
    • Create metric thresholds
    • View alerts
  • Using Statspack
    • Install Statspack
    • Create Statspack snapshots
    • Generate Statspack reports
    • Identify the major sections of the Statspack report
  • Using AWR
    • Create and manage AWR snapshots
    • Generate AWR reports
    • Create snapshot sets and compare periods
    • Generate ADDM reports
    • Generate ASH reports
  • Reactive Tuning
    • Use Enterprise Manager pages to identify symptoms
    • Eliminate operating system issues
  • Tuning the Shared Pool
    • Diagnose shared pool problems
    • Size the shared pool
    • Size the reserved area
    • Keep objects in the shared pool
  • Tuning the Buffer Cache
    • Describe the buffer cache architecture
    • Size the buffer cache
    • Resolve common performance issues related to the buffer cache
    • Use common diagnostic indicators to suggest a possible solution
  • Automatic Shared Memory
    • Enable Automatic Shared Memory
    • Set auto-tuned memory parameters
    • Set the manually tuned SGA parameters
    • Use the SGA advisor to set SGA target
  • Checkpoint and Redo Tuning
    • Diagnose checkpoint and redo issues
    • Implement Fast Start MTTR target
    • Monitor performance impact of Fast Start MTTR target
    • Implement multiple database writers
    • Tune the redo chain
    • Size the redo log file
    • Size the redo log buffer
  • Tuning I/O
    • Diagnose database I/O issues
    • Describe the Stripe and Mirror Everything (SAME) concept
    • Explain the benefits of asynchronous I/O
    • Choose appropriate I/O solutions
  • Tuning PGA and Temporary Space
    • Diagnose PGA memory issues
    • Size the PGA memory
    • Diagnose temporary space issues
    • Specify temporary tablespace parameters for efficient operation
  • Tuning Block Space Usage
    • Tune segment space management
    • Convert from dictionary managed tablespaces
    • Convert to automatic segment space management
    • Tune block space management
    • Diagnose and correct row chaining
    • Diagnose table fragmentation
    • Compare characteristics of bigfile and smallfile tablespaces
  • Initial Configuration
    • List best practices identified throughout the course
Price (excl. tax)

840.- €

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