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Oracle : DBA I/II


Duration : (30 hours)

Prerequisites : Oracle SQL

Training Highlights : Students will gain a conceptual understanding of the Oracle database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another. Software installation and the creation of new databases. An in-depth exploration of the database architecture, including memory, process and data structures, and the management of those structures.Management of database files.

Course Syllabus

Oracle : DBA I
  1. Oracle 11 g Installation
    • Pre-Installation Tasks
    • Logging In to the System as root
    • Checking Hardware Requirement
    • Checking Software Requirement
    • Checking Network Setup
    • Creating Operating System Groups and Users
    • Configuring kernel parameters
    • Identifying Required Software Directories
    • Identifying or Creating ORACLE_BASE directory
    • Installation screens
  2. Oracle Database Architect
    • System Global Area (SGA)
    • Shared Pool
    • Database Buffer Cache
    • The Redo Log Buffer
    • Java Pool
    • Large pool
    • Stream Pool
    • Fixed SGA
    • Automatic Shared Memory Management
    • The Oracle Background Process
  3. Oracle Data Block Management
    • Introduction
    • Data block Overview
    • Header (Common and Variable)
    • Table Directory
    • Row Directory
    • Overhead
    • Row Data
    • Free Space
    • Free Space Management
    • Availability and Optimization of Free Space in a Data Block
    • Row Chaining and Migrating
    • PCTFREE, PCTUSED, and Row Chaining
    • The PCTFREE Parameter
    • The PCTUSED Parameter
    • How PCTFREE and PCTUSED Work Together
    • Extent Overview
    • When Extents Are Allocated
    • Determine the Number and Size of Extents
    • How Extents Are Allocated
    • When Extents Are Deallocated
    • Extents in Nonclustered Tables
    • Extents in Clustered Tables
    • Extents in Materialized Views and Their Logs
    • Extents in Indexes
    • Extents in Temporary Segments
    • Extents in Rollback Segments
    • Segment Overview
    • Introduction to Data Segments
    • Introduction to Index Segments
    • Introduction to Temporary Segments
    • Operations that Require Temporary Segments
    • Segments in Temporary Tables and Their Indexes
    • How Temporary Segments Are Allocated
    • Allocation of Temporary Segments for Queries
    • Allocation of Temporary Segments for Temporary Tables and Indexes
    • Undo Management
    • Undo Quota
    • Automatic Undo Retention
    • External Views
  4. Managing Tablespaces
    • Using Multiple Tablespaces
    • Creating Tablespaces
    • Locally Managed Tablespace
    • Creating a Locally Managed Tablespace
    • Segment Space management in locally managed tablespace
    • Big File tablespace
    • Creating big file Tablespace
    • Altering a Bigfile Tablespace
    • Identifying a Bigfile Tablespace
    • Dictionary Managed Tablespace
    • Creating Dictionary Managed Tablespace
    • Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters
    • Coalescing Free Space in Dictionary – Managed Tablespaces
    • Manually Coalescing Free Space
  5. Managing User Privileges And Roles
    • Understanding User Privileges and Roles
    • System Privileges
    • Accessing Objects in the SYS Schema
    • Object Privileges
    • User Roles
    • Creating Role
    • Granting Privileges and Roles
    • Grant With Admin O
Oracle : DBA II
  1. Oracle Data Pump
    • Data Pump Component
    • Data Pump New Features
    • How Does Data Pump Access Data?
    • Direct Path Loads and Unloads
    • Situations in Which Direct Path Load Is Not Used
    • Situations in Which Direct Path Unload Is Not Used
    • External Tables
    • Accessing Data Over a Database Link
    • What Happens During Execution of a Data Pump Job?
    • Coordination of a Job
    • Tracking Progress within a Job
    • Filtering Data and Metadata During a Job
    • Transforming Metadata during a Job
    • Maximizing Job Performance
    • Loading and Unloading of Data
    • Monitoring Job Status
    • Monitoring the Progress of Executing Jobs
    • File Allocation
    • Specifying Files and Adding Additional Dump Files
    • Default Locations for Dump, Log, and SQL Files
    • Moving Data Between Different Database Versions
    • Original Export and Import Versus Data Pump Export and Import
    • How Data Pump Export Parameters Map to Those of the Original Export Utility
    • How Data Pump Import Parameters Map to Those of the Original Import Utility
  2. RMAN Concepts
    • Configuring the Environment for RMAN Backups
    • Showing and Clearing Persistent RMAN Configurations
    • Configuring the Default Device for Backups: Disk or SBT
    • Configuring the Default Type for Backups: Backup Sets or Copies
    • Configuring Channels
    • Configuring Control File and Server Parameter File Autobackups
    • Configuring RMAN to Make Backups to a Media Manager
    • Configuring the Backup Retention Policy
    • Configuring Backup Optimization
    • Configuring Oracle Flashback Database and Restore Points
    • About RMAN Channels
    • Channel Control Options for Manual and Automatic Channels
    • Channel Failover
    • About RMAN Backups
    • About Image Copies
    • RMAN Backup Types
    • Incremental Backups
    • RMAN Backup Errors
    • Tests and Integrity Checks for Backups
    • Detecting Physical and Logical Block Corruption
    • Backup Validation with RMAN
    • Restoring Files with RMAN
    • Mechanics of Restore Operations
    • File Selection in Restore Operations
    • Datafile Media Recovery with RMAN
    • Mechanics of Recovery: Incremental Backups and Redo Logs
    • Incomplete Recovery
    • Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery
    • Block Media Recovery with RMAN
    • Database Duplication with RMAN (CLONING)
  3. User-Managed Backups
    • Cold Backup (consistent Backup)
    • Take details of database Files& proceed with backup
    • Cold Backup (inconsistent Backup)
    • Querying V$ Views to Obtain Backup Information
    • Listing Database Files Before a Backup
    • Determining Datafile Status for Online Tablespace Backups
    • Making User-Managed Backups of the Whole Database
    • Backing Up the Control File to a Binary File
    • Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File
    • Running the DBVERIFY Utility

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