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Troubleshooting Oracle Performance Paperback – 2 Jun 2014
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About the Author
Since 1995, Christian Antognini has been focusing on understanding how the Oracle database engine works. His main interests range from logical and physical database design, to the integration of databases with Java applications, the query optimizer, and basically everything else related to performance management and tuning. He is working as a senior consultant and trainer at Trivadis AG in Z rich, Switzerland. If he is not helping one of his customers to get the most out of Oracle, he is somewhere lecturing on optimization or new Oracle database features for developers. He is member of the Trivadis Performance Team and of the OakTable Network).
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Anytime I see a technical book come out with a second or subsequent edition, that's usually a good sign. This one is in its second edition.
The index is terrible. Spend the extra $5 or $10 to download the PDF from the publisher. Then grab the source code from the author's web site. You won't be able to follow the book without the code. Having both the PDF and the code makes a paper copy almost irrelevant, but the quality of the printing is good, except for the index.
Antognini's knowledge of the cost based optimizer makes me think he was involved in developing it.
If you're searching for books on Oracle tuning, you may overlook this one, because it doesn't have the word "tuning" in the title. Get this one. The third edition needs to be named "Oracle Performance and Tuning", for SEO, and to follow in the footsteps of Adrian Cockcroft.
a much easier time at work. Christian levels with your level of expertise in making sure that the concepts are understood well and
provides sufficient detail and guidelines so you can do something useful with them at your workplace.
Thanks, Chris, for providing this very useful book to the Oracle tuning community of DBAs!