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Oracle Shell Scripting: Linux and UNIX Programming for Oracle (Oracle In-Focus series) (Volume 26) Paperback – May 28, 2007
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About the Author
Jon Emmons has many years of full-time experience running Oracle in a UNIX environment. His Oracle experience is reinforced by his many years as a UNIX system administrator. Jon has published extensively about Oracle on his website which continues to receive acclaim from the Oracle community. Jon's work experience includes both industry and education. In addition to his technical abilities Jon has also been called upon to teach a college course in database management systems.
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Top Customer Reviews
Remember, this book is for Oracle DBA's, and not for unix administrators. It probably has almost everything that a DBA would typically need. After another few months, i would be purchasing some other book on advanced unix scripting, but for the time being i am hapy with it.
It's a lot better than parsing through thick UNIX encyclopedias or cycling through fragmented online material..as an OCP 10g/9i DBA, I still feel like there are not enough practical day-to-day guides like this one for junior/mid/senior-level administrators, since over half our work is directly/indirectly connected to the shell.
During the production of this book I insisted that each and every topic be clear and understandable, with a focus on providing a clear understanding of the functionality of Oracle scripting. I think that Jon and Zach met their mandate, and I'm especially pleased with the code depot of working Oracle scripts.