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261: RedHat7.1 and 7.2 in the Oracle9i Installation
Oracle 9i on Red Hat 7.1 and 7.2 on the installation of the original source: http://www.puschitz.com/InstallingOracle9i.html Translation: FreeLAMP.com the WebMaster: Xu permanent Reprint of this article please specify two lines of the above, thank...

262: Disaster database Oracle9iDataGuard Protection Profile
Oracle 9i Data Guard for disaster protection profile database Oracle 9i Data Guard how to carry out disaster prevention database Oracle9i Data Guard through the use of the database as standby database to prevent data disasters. It will be the prim...

263: Oracle8i database architecture
Oracle 8i database architecture Oracle database architecture includes four aspects: the physical database structure, logic structures, memory structures and processes. 1. The physical structure Physical database structure of the database by the o...

264: Oracle8.1.7 in the installation method redhat7.3
Redhat 7.3 in Oracle 8.1.7 installation method First of all, to find the following package: * Java development tools, jdk-1.1.8_V3 (can be www.blackdown.org, the file name is jdk118_v3.tar.bz2) * Redhat 6.2 compatible packages (redhat 7.3 or redh...

265: Oracle8.1.6forWin2000 paper explains the system
Oracle 8.1.6 for Win2000 system files explained * System environment: 1, the operating system: Windows 2000 2, Database: Oracle 8i R2 (8.1.6) for NT Enterprise Edition 3, the installation path: C: ORACLE * Explain: Oracle 8i R2 (8.1.6) for NT ...

266: commonly used commands in oracle
oracle commands commonly used in the first chapter: Log Management 1.forcing log switches sql> alter system switch logfile; 2.forcing checkpoints sql> alter system checkpoint; 3.adding online redo log groups sql> alter database add lo...

267: oracle database performance monitoring of SQL
oracle database performance monitoring of SQL oracle database performance monitoring of SQL Reprint: Century Network finishing easy: playboy 1. Monitor stories waiting select event, sum (decode (wait_Time, 0,0,1)) "Prev", sum (decode ...

268: oracle database how to increase table space size
oracle database how to increase table space in two ways, one is to increase the tablespace data files alter tablespace users add datafile c: oracleora81oradatasiduser002.dbf size 100M; Another method is to increase table space size of the original...

269: oracle database using SQLPlus skills
oracle database using SQLPlus skills SQL * Plus system which environment variables? How do I edit? Software environment: 1, Windows NT4.0 + ORACLE 8.0.4 2, ORACLE installation path: C: ORANT Method: show and the set command is used for the mai...

270: oracle database exp / imp command explain
oracle database exp / imp command explain exp / imp command explain exp / imp command can be said to be the two most commonly used oracle commands. ORACLE database there are two types of backup methods. The first category is physical backup, the ...

271: Oracle9i is installed under the RedHatLinux7.xor8.0 (Simple
Oracle9i on Red Hat Linux 7.x or 8.0 under the installation (simple method) This article will introduce Oracle 9iR2 in Red Hat Linux7.x or 8.0 of the installation process. Let's start the installation of oracle it. (2002-12-17 09:00:30) By daig...

272: Oracle9.2.0.1.0forHP-UX11iv1Installat
Oracle9.2.0.1.0 for HP-UX11iv1 Installation Guide Oracle9.2.0.1.0 for HP-UX11iv1 Installation Guide 1, in order to root User Login 2, modify the kernel parameters: MAXDSIZ 1073741824 MAXDSIZ_64 2147483648 MAXSSIZ 134217728 MAXSSIZ_64BIT 10737...

273: ORACLE8 partition management
ORACLE8 a partition management, partition Overview: ---- In order to simplify the management of the database pages, ORACLE8 introduced the partition option. Separation of partition table in a number of different table space, use divide and conquer ...

274: oracle8 structure of the ROWID
oracle8 structure of the ROWID 1, why the use of ROWID ORACLE the ROWID as the B-tree and its internal algorithm marked the only labeled ROW. In ORACLE8 in previous versions, ROWID labeled FILE, BLOCK, ROW NUMBER, the figures represent only a No....

275: oracle8iforunixware installation instructions
oracle8i for unixware installation instructions http://www.jason314.com Dec 2000 oracle 8i for unixware 7 it is very difficult to install. The following are through N times I have been after the failure of the installation method. Not necessaril...

276: ORACLE8IFORSUNSOLARIS2.7 installation instructions
ORACLE8I FOR SUN SOLARIS2.7 one installation instructions, installation preparation ORACLE Description: The main preparatory work is to increase the ORACLE user and group file to change some system parameters. 1, # vi / etc / passwd add the last l...

277: How to set the character set oracle8iforlinux
oracle8i for linux how to set up character sets SVRMGR> SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE; - or NORMAL SVRMGR> STARTUP MOUNT; SVRMGR> ALTER SYSTEM ENABLE RESTRICTED SESSION; SVRMGR> ALTER SYSTEM SET JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES = 0; SVRMGR> ALTER SYSTEM...

278: oracle8.1.7forsolaris8x86 installation instructions
oracle8.1.7 for solaris 8 x86 installation instructions Apr 2002 Installed in accordance with the document, if only to install oracle, do not need to install development tools. Software and version =========== solaris 8 for x86 oracle 8.1.7 fo...

279: oracle8.1.5forsolaris8x86 installation instructions
oracle8.1.5 for solaris 8 x86 installation instructions http://www.jason314.com Dec 2001 Installed in accordance with the document, if only to install oracle, do not need to install development tools. Software and version =========== solaris 8...

280: Oracle8 data types
Oracle8 data types Data type parameter description char (n) n = 1 to 2000-byte fixed-length strings, n bytes long, If you do not specify the length, the default length for a byte (one character is 2 bytes) varchar2 (n) n = 1 to 4000 bytes long st...


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