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Oracle Exadata Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach [Kindle Edition]

John Clarke
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Oracle Exadata Recipes takes an example-based, problem/solution approach in showing how to size, install, configure, manage, monitor, optimize, and migrate Oracle database workloads on and to the Oracle Exadata Database Machine.  Whether you’re an Oracle Database administrator, Unix/Linux administrator, storage administrator, network administrator, or Oracle developer, Oracle Exadata Recipes provides effective and proven solutions to accomplish a wide variety of tasks on the Exadata Database Machine.  You can feel confident using the reliable solutions that are demonstrated in this book in your enterprise Exadata environment.

Managing Oracle Exadata is unlike managing a traditional Oracle database. Oracle’s Exadata Database Machine is a pre-configured engineered system comprised of hardware and software, built to deliver extreme performance for Oracle Database workloads.  Exadata delivers extreme performance by offering an optimally balanced hardware infrastructure with fast components at each layer of the engineered technology stack, as well as a unique set of Oracle software features designed to leverage the high-performing hardware infrastructure by reducing I/O demands. Let Oracle Exadata Recipes help you translate your existing Oracle Database knowledge into the exciting new growth area that is Oracle Exadata.

  • Helps extend your Oracle Database skillset to the fast-growing, Exadata platform
  • Presents information on managing Exadata in a helpful, example-based format
  • Clearly explains unique Exadata software and hardware features

What you’ll learn



  • Install and configure Exadata


  • Manage your Exadata hardware infrastructure


  • Monitor and troubleshoot performance issues


  • Manage smart scan and cell offload processing


  • Take advantage of Hybrid Columnar Compression


  • Deploy Smart Flash Cache and Smart Flash Logging


  • Ensure the health of your Exadata environment




Who this book is for

Oracle Exadata Recipes is for Oracle Database administrators, Unix/Linux administrators, storage administrators, backup administrators, network administrators, and Oracle developers who want to quickly learn to develop effective and proven solutions without reading through a lengthy manual scrubbing for techniques. Readers in a hurry will appreciate the recipe format that sets up solutions to common tasks as the centerpiece of the book.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 6448 KB
  • Print Length: 688 pages
  • Publisher: Apress; 1 edition (28 Jan 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AHD75KI
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Indepth and Comprehensive. 16 July 2013
By Ja
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I really liked the bitsize format of this book. You can dip into it and still not miss anything as it is well cross referenced. It also flows well as a cover to cover read. The level of detail is impressive. The explanations are clear, concise and well thought through. Many of the scripts presented are extremely powerful (there are over 140 provided). Yes, there are some typos (missing spaces usually) and a few errors but these are obvious. It will help any Exadata DMA or anyone wanting to expand their Exadata knowledge.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth it 27 Mar 2013
By Paul Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
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Most of the 'recipes' in this book would not be approved by Oracle support. They call for loading third party tools in some cases. Someone should have told the author these are engineered systems and this is frowned upon. The information that was presented that was accurate would be stuff anyone who had access to an Exadata for a short period of time would know anyhow.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Apress does it again 31 Jan 2013
By Eric L. Yen - Published on Amazon.com
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with an excellent follow on to "Expert Oracle Exadata". Oracle Exadata Recipes is like a triage sheet. Quickly identify and treat the specific problem. The problem-solution approach is very targeted. Well organized and at level of detail that shows the author experience.

This book is NOT a foundation/beginner book. Some background/understanding of Exadata required.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Exadata Architeture
01 Exadata Hardware
02 Exadata Software
03 How Oracle Works on Exadata

Part 2: Preparing for Exadata
04 Workload Qualification
05 Sizing Exadata
06 Preparing for Exadata

Part 3: Exadata Administration
07 Administration and Diagnostics Utilities
08 Backup and Recovery
09 Storage Administration
10 Network Administration
11 Patching and Upgrades
12 Security

Part 4: Monitoring Exadata
13 Monitoring Exadata Storage Cells
14 Monitoring Hosts and Databases

Part 5: Exadata Software
15 Smart Scan and Cell Offload
16 Hybrid Columnar Compression
17 IO Resource Management and Instance Caging
18 Smart Flash Cache and Smart Flash Logging
19 Storage Indexes
20 Post Installation Monitoring Tasks
21 Post Installation Database Tasks
5.0 out of 5 stars The most quick and simple plan to meet an Exadata 25 Mar 2014
By softdo - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a server manager and I should know how manage an Exadata machine immediately.
It's very important and knowledge written on. In fact, we don't have many solutions to catch events, to monitoring logs. Oracle linux is a kind of unfriendly OS and not served precision reports.
Anyway, this book suggests other ways, methods.
Lots of time saved for me to prepare an Exadata. Thanks.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book 6 April 2013
By RICARDO PRYTZ - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Excellent book. Very instructive with many examples about Exadata processing. There is not much to say about Exadata internals due to it is not documented but this book performs a wonderful approach to this stuff.
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