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Oracle8i Database Administration
Oracle Training Overview

This course provides you with the skill-set necessary to create, maintain and manage an Oracle8i database. We focus on the techniques and skills necessary for day-to-day database administration tasks. This course has been completely updated for Oracle8i. This class will prepare you for OCP DBA Exam 2 and help prepare you for OCP DBA Exam 3. (Exam 1 topics are covered in Introduction to Oracle for Developers class.)

Oracle Training Prerequisites

Oracle SQL, SQL*Plus and PL/SQL experience. This can be obtained in Introduction to Oracle8i for Developers class.

Oracle Training Course duration

5 Days

Oracle Training Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Create and manage a large Oracle8i database
  • Understand and gain effective use of database creation and startup parameters
  • Design and implement an effective Backup and Recovery strategy, including the use of Recovery Manager
  • Estimate storage requirements for tables, indexes and other segments
  • Effectively use storage parameters such as INITIAL, NEXT, PCTINCREASE, INITRANS and MAXTRANS to manage disk storage
  • Manage rollback segments
  • Use the Oracle8i Data Dictionary to help manage the database
  • Create and control database users, including the use of default and temporary tablespaces and the new Oracle8i password management features
  • Design and implement an effective security strategy including the use of Roles
  • Understand Oracle8i database architecture including SGA, shared pool, library cache, buffer cache and more
  • Implement partitioned tables, including the new 8i features Hash Partitioning, Composite Partitioning, Merge Partitions and Row Movement
  • Create 8i indexes including b-tree, bitmap, function-based, reverse key and index-organized tables
  • Review other new Oracle8i database enhancements such as Logminer, database event triggers, suspend database, tablespace reorganization and more
Oracle Training Course outline
  • Oracle Architecture
    • Objectives
    • Database vs. Instance
    • Architecture Diagram
    • The Database
    • Database Files (Datafiles)
    • Control File
    • Redo Log Files
    • The Oracle Instance
    • The Processes
    • Instance Memory Areas
    • Buffer Cache
    • Default, Recycle, Keep Pools
    • Shared Pool - Library Cache
    • SQL Statement Processing
    • Shared Pool - Data Dictionary Cache
    • Redo Log Buffer
  • Startup & Shutdown Instance
    • Objectives
    • Startup Steps
    • The DBA Userid
    • SYSDBA/SYSOPER Roles
    • Using SQL*Plus
    • Stages Of Startup
    • Startup Command
    • Startup Examples
    • STARTUP RESTRICT
    • Restricted Access - ALTER
    • 3 Shutdown Modes For An Instance
    • Shutting Down
    • ALTER DATABASE
  • Creating a new Database
    • Objectives
    • Major Steps
    • The Parameter File - INIT.ORA
    • Critical Parameters
    • Displaying Parameter Values
    • v$parameter Table
    • The Oracle SID
    • Creating NT Services
    • Listing Active Instances
    • Stopping Active Instances
    • Database Configuration Assistant
    • Step 2: Select Database Type
    • Step 3: Select Environment
    • Step 4: Concurrent Users
    • Step 5: Server Mode
    • Step 6: Options
    • Step 7: Database & SID
    • Step 8: INTERNAL Account
    • Step 9: Control Files
    • Step 10: Tablespaces
    • Step 11: Redo Log Files
    • Step 12: Logging Information
    • Step 13: SGA Parameters
    • Step 14: Trace Files
    • Step 15: Finish
    • DB Create Script
    • CREATE DATABASE Command
    • DB Create Script
  • Managing Control Files
    • Control File Review
    • Multiplex Control Files
    • Steps To Multiplex Control Files
    • Updating the Control File
    • CREATE CONTROLFILE
    • Corrupted Control File
  • Managing Redo Logs
    • Redo Log Basics
    • Creating Log Files
    • Log Switch Delays
    • Adding Log Files
    • Multiplexing Log Files
    • Redo Log Tuning
  • Managing Storage
    • Storage Fundamentals
    • Storage Management Goals
    • Storage Clause
    • Storage Clause Syntax
    • Storage Clause Defaults
    • Storage Clause Example
    • PCTINCREASE
    • Storage Clause - Example
    • PCTFREE & PCTUSED
    • FREELISTS & PCTUSED
    • PCTFREE
    • PCTUSED
    • PCTFREE/PCTUSED Scenarios
    • PCTFREE/PCTUSED Summary
    • INITRANS & MAXTRANS
    • INITRANS/MAXTRANS Example
    • Data Dictionary Views
    • DBA_SEGMENTS
    • Estimating Storage Requirement
    • Storage Overhead
    • Disk Space Calculations
    • Multiple Extents
    • Detecting Excessive Extents
    • Repairing Excessive Extents
    • Monitoring Free Space
    • Fixing Under/Over-Allocation
    • Monitoring Chained Rows
    • Eliminating Chained Rows
    • Avoiding Chained Rows
  • Tablespaces
    • Tablespace Review
    • Creating Tablespaces
    • Oracle Flexible Architecture (OFA)
    • Managing the SYSTEM Tablespace
    • Increasing Space
    • Dropping Tablespaces
    • ALTER Tablespace
    • Locally Managed Tablespaces
    • Creating LM Tablespaces
    • Problems & Restrictions
  • Managing Tables and Constraints
    • Basic CREATE TABLE
    • Object Name Rules
    • Oracle Datatypes
    • Intro to Constraints
    • Violating a Constraint
    • Constraint States
    • ENABLE State
    • DISABLE State
    • Identifying Constraint Exceptions
    • Deferred Constraint Checking
    • Constraint Information
    • Automated Table Monitoring
    • LOGGING Parameter
    • DROP Column
    • DROP Column Syntax
    • Immediate DROP Column
    • Deferred DROP Column
    • DROP Restrictions
    • Index Organized Tables
    • Table Reorganization
    • Move Syntax
    • Using Move Table
    • Good Things To Know About Move Table
    • ONLINE Option
    • Temporary Tables Concepts - Basic
    • Temporary Tables Concepts - Data
    • Temporary Tables Concepts - Management
    • Temporary Tables Concepts - Types
    • Creating Temporary Tables
    • Using Temporary Tables
    • Temporary Table Limitations
  • Managing Rollback Segments
    • RBS Basics
    • Creating a RB Segment
    • Monitoring RB Segments
    • Fixing Wraps
    • ORA-1555 Snapshot Too Old
    • Rollback Segment Tips
  • Temporary Segments
    • Temporary Segment Basics
    • Avoiding Disk Sorts
    • Temporary Segment Creation
    • TEMPORARY Parameter
  • Indexes
    • Objectives
    • Index Basics
    • B-Tree Indexes
    • Creating B-Tree Indexes
    • Updating Statistics
    • Choosing Columns
    • Selectivity
  • Managing Users
    • Objectives
    • User Management Basics
    • Users Created
    • CREATE USER Example
    • DBA_USERS
    • ALTER USER
    • DROP USER
    • TEMPORARY Tablespace
    • Killing a User Session
    • Quota
    • Providing Quota
    • ALTERing Quota
    • Query Existing Quotas
    • Externally Identified Users
    • Creating an Externally Identified User
    • User Profiles
    • Creating and Assigning Profiles
    • Exceeding Profile Limits
    • Alter and Drop Profile
    • Password Management
    • Password Aging
    • Manual Password Expiration
    • Account Locking
    • Password History
    • Password Complexity
    • Product User Profiles
    • When to Run PUPBLD
    • Disabling Commands
    • Auditing
    • Monitoring Login Attempts
    • Audit GRANT/REVOKE
    • Object-Level Audits
    • Displaying Object Audit Activity
    • The SYS.AUD$ Table
    • Auditing with Triggers
  • Backup and Recovery
    • "Common" Failure Scenarios
    • Backup Strategies
    • System Change Number (SCN)
    • What Should Be Backed Up
    • Backup Options
    • Cold Backup Without Archiving
    • Cold Backup
    • Media Recovery - No Archive
    • ARCHIVELOG Mode
    • init.ora Parameters
    • Switching to Archiving
    • Archive Log List Command
    • Cold Backup with ARCHIVELOG
    • Cold Backup with Archiving
    • Complete Recovery with Archiving
    • Incomplete Recovery
    • Hot Backup
    • Hot Backup - Steps
    • Recovering File to New Location
    • Useful Data Dictionary Views
  • Managing Security
    • Security Basics
    • "ANY" System Privileges
    • Insufficient Privileges
    • Granting Of System Privileges
    • The PUBLIC Keyword
    • The ADMIN Option
    • Revoking System Privileges
    • System Privs and the Data Dictionary
    • Object-level Privileges
    • GRANT Object-level Privileges
    • INSERT
    • UPDATE
    • The ALL Option
    • WITH GRANT OPTION
    • Which Object-Level Privileges Exist
    • Roles: Concepts
    • Creating a New Role
    • Password Protected Roles
    • Dropping A Role
    • Giving System And Object Privileges To Roles
    • Granting Roles
    • The ADMIN OPTION
    • Granting Roles to Roles
    • Revoking Roles
    • Enabling And Disabling Roles
    • The SET ROLE Command
    • SET ROLE Command Example
    • SET ROLE Options
    • SET ROLE Options Example
  • Partitioning
    • Objectives
    • What is Partitioning?
    • Oracle8 Support
    • Partitioning Example
    • PARTITION Clause Notes
    • MAXVALUE and NULLs
    • Partition Storage Attributes
    • Multiple-Column Partitioning
    • Hash Partitioning
    • Composite Partitioning
    • Row Movement
    • Maintenance: Rolling In
    • Maintenance: Rolling Out
    • Merge Partitions
    • Other Maintenance Operations
    • Data Dictionary Implications
    • Finding the Partitioning Key
    • Finding the Partitioning Bounds
    • Explicit Referencing
    • Table Partitioning Restrictions
    • Summary of Benefits
  • Partitioned Indexes
    • Local vs. Global Partitioned Indexes
    • Equi-Partitioning
    • Equi-Partitioning Example
    • Benefits of Equi-Partitioning
    • Prefixed Vs. Non-Prefixed
    • Prefixed Index
    • Non-Prefixed Indexes
    • Local Prefixed Index
    • Local Non-Prefixed Index
    • Global Indexes
    • What About Uniqueness!
    • Local Index Maintenance
    • Global Index Maintenance
    • Index Unusable Attribute
  • Database Event Triggers
    • Database Event Trigger Execution
    • System Event Example
    • DDL Trigger Example
    • Enable/Disable Triggers
    • Security Privileges
    • Trigger Dependencies
    • Triggers & the Data Dictionary
  • Oracle8i New Features
    • Plan Stability
    • Plan Stability Concepts
    • Plan Stability - How To?
    • Other Important Points
    • Statistics Collection and Management
    • DBMS_STATS Concepts
    • How to Use DBMS_STATS
    • Other Useful Routines
    • Automatic Statistics Gathering
    • Index Statistics
    • Transportable Tablespaces
    • Concepts
    • Using Transport
    • Transport Limitations
    • Locally Managed Tablespaces
    • Concepts
    • Creating Locally Managed Tablespaces
    • Multiple Archive Destinations
    • What's New?
    • Archiving to Multiple Locations
    • Rollback Segment Configurations
    • Oracle Recommends
    • New RBS Calculation
    • Constraint Management Enhancements
    • Disable Validate State
    • RELY Attribute
    • Additional Enhancements
    • What's Here?
    • Database Resource Manager
    • Fast-Start Checkpointing
    • Monitor Long Running Operations
    • Suspend Database
    • Multiple Buffer Pools
    • Online Index Rebuilds
    • Online Rebuild Limitations
    • Index Coalesce
    • Increased Database Limits
    • Direct-Load INSERT
    • NOLOGGING Clause
    • NOLOGGING Clause Examples
    • Parallel DML
    • Enabling Parallel DML
    • Parallel DML Restrictions
    • Deferred Constraint Checking
    • Enforced Constraints
  • SQL*Loader
    • SQL*LOADER Basics
    • Direct Path Load
    • Conventional Path Load
    • Parallel Direct Load
    • Executing SQL*Loader
    • Command Line Options
    • The Control File
    • Input Data - Variable Format
    • Loading Variable Format Data
    • LOG File
    • Input Data - Fixed Format
    • Loading Fixed Format Data
    • Discarding Records
    • Discarding Records Example
  • LogMiner
    • Objectives
    • Concepts
    • How to Use LogMiner
    • Create Dictionary
    • Create Log File List
    • Run LogMiner
    • View Results
Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Hardware Requirements
    • Minimal Processor: Pentium 166 or Pentium 200
    • Recommended Processor: Pentium 233 or Pentium 266
    • RAM: 128 MB (256 MB recommended)
      • Oracle Corporation also recommends increasing virtual memory to 200 MB. (Modify it in the Performance tab of System Properties in the Control Panel.)
    • Available Disk Space (FAT or HTFS): 3 GB
    • Video: 256 color
    • A connection to the Internet is desirable (but not absolutely necessary) to show students various Oracle-related sites.
  • Software Requirements
    • Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000
    • Oracle8i 8.1.6 or above
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or Netscape Navigator 4.5
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader or Acrobat 4.0 or later (for the course presentation)*
    • Student Files
    • Text Editor*

 
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