rdbms

Flushing Shared Pool In Production DB

The Oracle Database Server is made up of two main components; the instance and database. The instance consists of memory structures and background processes, whiles the database is a collection of physical database files. If we look at the Oracle Database architecture we can see that there is an organized layout for the memory structures, in which we can find the main memory structure and it’s sub-memory structures.

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Faster Run-Time In Oracle 12c Data Pump Import

I remember when Data Pump was introduced in Oracle 10g database; it was ground-breaking at that time with all the cool features such as the ability to pause and resume an operation or even export/import an entire tablespace. Well if you thought that was exciting then hold on to your seat for what you are about to hear. Oracle 12c database allows you to suppress the generation of redo during a Data Pump import. 

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