The Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Managing Oracle on Linux for DBAs training course is designed to give delegates practical experience in deploying an Oracle 11gR2 Database on Linux. This course is also suitable for Oracle Database 12c.
Database Administrators who need to deploy an Oracle Database in a Linux environment.
To provide the skills needed to query optimally configure the Linux operating system, install the Oracle Database software and configure an Oracle database
The delegates will practise
Configuring Linux for an Oracle Database Installation
Viewing and installing packages on a Linux system
Monitoring memory, CPU and I/O activity and performance
Identifying the different kernels and memory models available for Linux
Creating a database and listener
Customizing a database to utilize Linux features
Implementing storage options for an Oracle database on Linux
Enabling a large SGA
Tuning an Oracle Database on Linux
Debugging database errors specific to Linux
There are no formal pre-requisites. A working knowledge of Oracle Database Administration and knowledge of operating system concepts is required
Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Managing Oracle on Linux for DBAs Training Course Course Contents - DAY 1
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