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See also: Oracle Database Tuning
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- How to create a new partition
- Parallel Server Locking (notes on)
- Tuning Oracle Parallel Server
- Tuning - Reduce dynamic resource allocation
- Tuning - Reduce pinging (i.e. contention)
- Write out current archive logs
- Add a new rollback segment
- Clear the shared pool
- Create a database link
- Determine the amount of free space in the shared pool
- List all tables that contain a given column name
- List all the indexes for a table
- Move an index to a different tablespace
- Obtain information about an index
- Obtain record field size information
- Rebuild an index
- Uninstall Oracle 7.3
- Uninstall Oracle 9i
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This page represents one page of many pages of notes I made whilst working with Oracle 7 through to 10i. I now no longer work with Oracle databases, but hope that these notes will continue to be of benefit to others.
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