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Take Full Advantage of the Oracle STATSPACK Utility
Make Oracle STATSPACK the backbone of a fail-safe Oracle tuning environment. Officially authorized by Oracle Corporation, Oracle9i High-Performance Tuning with STATSPACK explains how to use this versatile tool to capture, analyze, and report on your database as well as how to monitor, tune, and optimize system performance. Inside, database expert Don Burleson explains everything from installing and configuring STATSPACK for peak performance to performing trend analysis with STATSPACK data. You'll also get ready-to-run scripts throughout the book.
Like most of Burleson's books this book is fluffy, wrong in some cases, and marginal in value. Skip this (and all Burleson books) and go instead to Richard J. Niemiec or Tom Kyte. Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by George P. Milliken
In my opinion this book is for junior to senior dba's. It covers basic, advanced and even expert DBA topics. The books pays for itself over and over agin.Published on June 25, 2004
One of the very very good books I ever read in Oracle. Well thought/written in a manner that is easy to absorb.
Could see new ideas, new ways of thinking/implementing. Read more
As with other books written by this author, this NOTHING BUT WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY! Buy books with True Oracle Experts instead. You should read Richard J. Read morePublished on January 2, 2004
The book should be re-titled: How to write Statspack Scripts. The book barely touches on the true tuning issues of Oracle9i. Read morePublished on November 3, 2003 by 18 Year Oracle DBA Veteran