From the Back Cover
Install and configure Oracle Database 10 on a Linux enterprise platform. With full coverage of Red Hat Linux and United Linux, Oracle Database 10g Linux Administration explains how to set up, administer, monitor, and tune Oracle Database 10g, on Linux. You will also learn how to implement High Availability solutions as well as handle backup, recovery, and replication. This exclusive Oracle Press guide is the ideal resource for all Oracle DBAs working in a Linux environment.
- Configure Linux to support Oracle Database 10g and install the database
- Enable High Availability using Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
- Administer and tune Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Real Application Clusters
- Back up and restore the database
- Maximize the powerful features of Oracle Data Guard for a disaster-proof database
- Implement advanced replication techniques
- Configure and tune system hardware for peak performance
- Tune SQL statements
- Install and configure Oracle Application Server 10g on Linux
About the Author
is the founder of Performance Tuning Corporation (www.perftuning.com), a consulting company specializing in database performance, administration, and backup/recovery solutions. Prior to starting Performance Tuning Corp., Mr. Whalen worked at Compaq Computer Corporation as an OS developer, and then as a database performance engineer. He has extensive experience in database system design and tuning for optimal performance. His career has consisted of hardware, OS, and database development projects for many different companies. Mr. Whalen has written three other books on the Oracle RDBMS and four books on MS SQL Server. He has also worked on numerous benchmarks and performance tuning projects with both Oracle and MS SQL Server. Mr. Whalen is recognized as a leader in database performance tuning and optimization. In addition to his experience in Oracle on many different OS platforms, such as Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, and Windows, he has recently spent significant time working with Oracle on Linux, including the deployment of some of the first RAC clusters on Linux. He works closely with both Red Hat and Novell/SUSE with many different flavors of Linux.