Oracle 10G Grid & Real Application Clusters: Oracle 10G Grid Computing With Rac

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Rampant TechPress, 2004 - Computers - 844 pages
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Revealing the secrets for quickly implementing and tuning Oracle RAC database systems, this book covers all areas of Oracle Real Application Clusters including Oracle10g new features. Oracle DBAs who are charged with configuring and implementing a RAC clusters database will benefit from this complete guide to the installation as well as configuration and design of Oracle Real Application Clusters. Information is supplied on expert internals of shared disk technology, raw devices and RAID with RAC, the internal concurrency, resource coordination, and the locking mechanism within RAC. Also explained are Transparent Application Failover (TAF) and monitoring and tuning Oracle10g RAC applications.
 

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Mike Ault is a senior technical management consultant with TUSC and holds five Oracle master certificates. He is the author of 14 Oracle-related books, including Oracle 9i RAC and Oracle DBA Exam Cram. He lives in Alpharetta, Georgia. Madhu Tumma has been a software developer, IT manager, database administrator, and technical consultant and has worked on a wide variety of projects and environments, including mainframe, client-server, eBusiness, and managed services. He has consulted a variety of clients on database clusters, business continuity, and high availability solutions. He is a frequent speaker at Oracle World and IOUG, where he has presented many technical papers and is the author of Oracle 9i RAC. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey.

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