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The Practical, Authoritative, 360-Degree Technical Guide to Oracle Exadata: From Setup to Administration, Optimization, Tuning, and Troubleshooting The blazingly fast Oracle Exadata Database Machine is being embraced by thousands of large-scale users worldwide: by governments, the military, enterprise organizations, cloud service providers, and anyone who needs extreme performance. Now, Oracle Exadata Expert's Handbook provides authoritative guidance to running Oracle Exadata with maximum reliability, effectiveness, performance, and efficiency. Six renowned Oracle technology experts have brought together core technical information, experience, best practices, and insider tips in a concise reference. Covering both 11g and 12c versions of Oracle Exadata software, they deliver hands-on coverage of best practices, setup, migration, monitoring, administration, performance tuning, and troubleshooting. Whether you're an Oracle Exadata DBA, DMA, architect, or manager, you need these insights. Get a 360-degree overview of the Oracle Exadata Database MachineEfficiently deploy RAC within the Oracle Exadata ecosystemFully leverage Storage Cell's extraordinary performance, via Offloading, Smart Scans, and Hybrid Columnar CompressionManage Exadata with OEM 12c: perform setup, configuration, asset/target discovery, and day-to-day administrationTune Oracle Exadata for even better performancePerform Exadata Backup/Recovery/DR with RMAN and Data GuardMigrate to Oracle Exadata from other platformsUse Oracle Exadata with the ZFS Storage ApplianceConsolidate within the Exadata Database Cloudshow more

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  • Paperback | 544 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc
  • New Jersey, United States
  • English
  • 0321992601
  • 9780321992604
  • 612,991

About Tariq Farooq

Tariq Farooq, Oracle ACE director and Oracle RAC certified expert, has spent more than twenty-four years working with Oracle technologies in highly complex environments. He was the founding president of the IOUG Virtualization and Cloud Computing SIG; founded the BrainSurface Social Network; and is an award-winning speaker, author, forumizer, blogger, and active community leader/organizer. Charles Kim, Oracle ACE director, Oracle certified DBA, Certified RAC expert, and VMware vExpert, is co-founder and president of Viscosity North America. He specializes in Exadata, RAC, and virtualization. Nitin Vengurlekar, co-founder/CTO of Viscosity North America, is a seasoned systems architect specializing in highly available Oracle systems. He spent seventeen years at Oracle, primarily in RAC engineering.Sridhar Avantsa, associate practice director at ROLTA Solutions/Americas and EMEA. He was formerly senior DBA/database engineer at Amazon.com. Guy Harrison, a world-renowned database expert, is executive director of R&D at Dell Quest Software. There, he leads development for the Toad family of database and BI tools. Syed Jaffar Hussain, DB architect at Alinma Bank, is an Oracle certified master (10g); Oracle ACE director; Oracle RAC certified expert; and OCP v8i, v9i, v10g and v11g DBA. He has spent a decade consulting on Oracle with international clients and was Oracle Magazine's 2011 DBA of the year.show more

Table of contents

Preface xvii Acknowledgments xix About the Authors xxiii About the Technical Reviewers and Contributors xxvii Chapter 1: 360-Degree Overview of Exadata 1 An Exadata Synopsis 2 Hardware Architecture 5 Software Architecture 7 Models and Configuration Options 9 Examining an Exadata Machine 35 Summary 37 Chapter 2: Real Application Clusters (RAC) in Exadata 39 The Significance of RAC in Exadata 40 An Overview of RAC 41 Setting Up RAC Clusters in Exadata 43 Operational Best Practices 45 Managing RAC with OEM 12c 49 Common Utilities and Commands 50 Troubleshooting and Tuning RAC 55 Summary 59 Chapter 3: The Secret Sauce: Exadata Storage Cells 61 An Overview of Exadata Storage Server 61 Storage Architecture and Formulation 72 Disk Architecture in Non-Exadata 74 Disk Architecture in Exadata 74 System Users for Cell Administration 77 Managing the Cell Server 82 Troubleshooting the Cell Server 83 Storage Cell Startup and Shutdown 85 Solving Disk Problems 87 Enforcing Cell Security 89 Summary 92 Chapter 4: Flash Cache, Smart Scans, and Cell Offloading 93 Concepts of Exadata Flash Cache 93 Storage Server and Flash Cache 95 The Database and Flash Cache 99 Summary 120 Chapter 5: Exadata Compression: HCC Demystified 121 Columnar Storage Models 122 Oracle Implementation of DSM-Hybrid Columnar Compression 125 HCC and Performance 131 HCC and DML 140 HCC and Locking 144 Practical Uses of HCC 147 Summary 148 Chapter 6: Oracle Database 12c and Exadata 149 12c Partitioning Features 149 New 12c Optimizer Features 157 Information Lifecycle Management 164 Application Continuity 167 Multitenant Architecture 168 Exadata Software Updates 183 Summary 183 Chapter 7: Exadata Networking: Management and Administration 185 Exadata Network Components 185 The Role of the InfiniBand Network 186 Network Architecture 187 Network Setup Requirements 188 Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities 190 Log Files Collection 194 Integrated Lights Out Manager 195 OEM Cloud Control 12c 197 Summary 199 Chapter 8: Backup and Recovery and Data Guard 201 RMAN Disk-to-Disk Backups 202 Data Guard 216 Far Sync 233 Switchover Considerations 242 Summary 244 Chapter 9: Managing Exadata with OEM 12c 245 Exadata Targets Discovery 246 Oracle Exadata Plugins 248 Exadata Database Machine Discovery 250 Exadata Components 260 Summary 265 Chapter 10: Migrating to Exadata 267 Exadata Implementation Lifecycle 267 Phase I: Architectural Strategy 268 Phase II: Planning and Design 277 Phase III: Migration Testing 287 Exadata Migration Best Practices 290 Summary 291 Chapter 11: Upgrading and Patching Exadata and ZFS Storage Appliance 293 Planning an Exadata and ZFS Upgrade 294 Quarterly Full Stack Download 297 Patching Tools and Processes 297 Oracle Patch Types 302 Exadata High Availability Upgrades 305 Reviewing Settings with Exachk 306 Exadata Full Stack Upgrade 307 ZFS Upgrade 333 Summary 336 Chapter 12: ZFS Storage Appliance for Exadata 337 ZFS Family Line 338 Increased Storage Capacity 340 ZFSSA Browser User Interface 342 Creating NFS Shares 343 Preparing Exadata for Direct NFS 345 Other Industry Use Cases 355 Learning on the Simulator 355 Summary 356 Chapter 13: Exadata Performance Tuning 357 Oracle Performance Tuning 357 Application Design for Exadata 362 Database Design for Exadata 364 SQL Tuning for Exadata 372 Exadata RAC Tuning 374 Optimizing Exadata I/O 386 Summary 388 Chapter 14: Database Consolidation on Exadata 389 Database Consolidation Models 389 Exadata Consolidation Planning 390 Grouping Applications 391 Evaluating Sizing Requirements 393 Setting Up Exadata for Consolidation 394 Isolation Management 405 12c Pluggable Database 410 Summary 411 Chapter 15: Exadata Smart Flash Cache in Depth 413 Solid-State Disk Technology 413 Exadata Flash Hardware 422 Exadata Smart Flash Cache 423 Exadata Smart Flash Logging 433 Smart Flash Cache WriteBack 439 Summary 443 Chapter 16: Advanced Exadata Flash Configuration 445 Using Flash as Grid Disks 445 Flash Tablespace versus Flash Cache 451 Storage Tiering Solutions 458 Summary 463 Chapter 17: Exadata Tools and Utilities 465 Exadata Diagnostic Tools 465 InfiniBand Network Diagnostic Tools 469 Other Useful Exadata Commands 475 Monitoring Exadata Storage Cells 484 Summary 491 Index 493show more

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