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Oracle 9i Database Administration Fundamentals II

In this course you will learn how to backup and to recover your Oracle database. This course also gives you a firm foundation in Oracle Net administration and common network problems trouble-shooting.

This course helps Participants prepare to successfully pass the Oracle certification exam #1z0-032 to become an Oracle Database Administrator Certified Professional (OCP-DBA).

 

Course schedule

Duration: 30 hours
To view the schedule for this class, click here.

Who should attend

Administrators and other IT Professionals involved in the management of Oracle9i databases.

Prerequisites

•  Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL
•  Oracle9i Database: Fundamental I
. or equivalent knowledge.

Course Outline

Networking Overview
  • Explaining solutions included with Oracle 9i for managing complex networks
  • Describing Oracle networking add-on solutions
Basic Oracle Net Architecture
  • Explaining the key components of Oracle Net architecture
  • Explaining Oracle Net Services role in client-server connections
  • Describing how web client connections are established through Oracle networking products
Basic Oracle Net Services Server-Side Configuration
  • Identifying How the Listener Responds to Incoming Connections
  • Configuring the Listener using Oracle Net Manager
  • Controlling the Oracle Net Listener by Using the Listener Control Utility
  • Describing Dynamic Service Registration
  • Configuring the Listener for IIOP and HTTP Connections
Basic Oracle Net Services Client-Side Configuration
  • Describing the Difference Between Host Naming and Local Service Name Resolution
  • Using Oracle Net Configuration Assistant to Configure Host Naming Method, Local Naming Method, and Net Service Names
  • Performing Simple Connection Troubleshooting
Usage and Configuration of the Oracle Shared Server
  • Identifying the Components of the Oracle Shared Server
  • Describing the Oracle Shared Server Architecture
  • Configuring Shared Servers by Using Initialization Parameter
  • Configuring Dispatchers by Using Initialization Parameters
  • Identifying Useful Data Dictionary Views
Backup and Recovery Overview
  • Describing the Basics of Database Backup, Restore, and Recovery
  • Listing the Types of Failures that May Occur in an Oracle Environment
  • Defining a Backup and Recovery Strategy
Instance and Media Recovery Structures
  • Describing the Oracle Processes, Memory Structures, and Files Relating to Recovery
  • Identifying the Importance of Checkpoints, Redo Log Files, and Archived Log Files
  • Describing Ways to Tune Instance Recovery
Configuration of the Database Archiving Mode
  • Noarchivelog and Archivelog Mode Configuration
  • Automatic and Manual Archiving of Redo Log Files
  • Multiple Archival Destinations and Processes
Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) Overview and Configuration
  • Identifying the Features and Components of RMAN
  • Describing the RMAN Repository and Control File Usage
  • Describing Channel Allocation
  • Describing Media Management Library Interface
  • Connecting to Recovery Manager
  • Configuring the RMAN Environment
User-Managed Backups
  • Describing User-Managed Backup and Recovery Operations
  • Performing Closed Database Backups
  • Performing Open Database Backups
  • Cleaning Up After a Failed Online Backup
  • Backing Up the Control File
  • Discussing Backup Issues Associated with Read-Only Tablespaces
  • Identifying the Backup Implications of Operations with NOLOGGING Options
  • Using DBVerify to Check for Block Corruption
RMAN Backups
  • Identifying RMAN Specific Backups
  • Using the RMAN BACKUP Command to Create Backup Sets
  • Backing Up the Control File
  • Backing Up the Archived Redo Log Files
  • Using the RMAN COPY Command to Create Image Copies
User-Managed Complete Recovery
  • Describing Media Recovery
  • Performing Recovery in Noarchivelog Mode
  • Performing Recovery in Archivelog Mode
  • Read-only Tablespace Recovery
  • Relocating and Recovering a Tablespace
RMAN Complete Recovery
  • Describing the Use of RMAN for Restoration and Recovery
  • Performing Recovery in Noarchivelog Mode
  • Performing Completing Recovery in Archivelog Mode
  • Restoring Data Files to a Different Location
  • Relocating and Recovering a Tablespace
User-Managed Incomplete Recovery
  • Describing the Steps of Incomplete Recovery
  • Identifying the Situations Which Require Incomplete Recovery
  • Performing an Incomplete Recovery
  • Recovering from the Loss of Current Online Redo Logs
RMAN Incomplete Recovery
  • Performing Incomplete Recovery Using UNTIL TIME
  • Performing Incomplete Recovery Using UNTIL SEQUENCE
RMAN Repository Maintenance
  • Performing Crosschecking of Backups and Copies
  • Updating the Repository When Backups Have Been Deleted
  • Changing the Availability Status of Backups and Copies
  • Making a Backup or Copy Exempt from the Retention Policy
  • Cataloging Backups Made with Operating System Commands
RMAN Catalog Creation and Usage
  • Describing the Contents of the Recovery Catalog
  • Listing the RMAN Features Which Require the Recovery Catalog
  • Creating the Recovery Catalog
  • Maintaining the Recovery Catalog by Using RMAN Commands
  • Using RMAN to Register, Resynchronize, and Reset a Database
  • Querying the Recovery Catalog to Generate Reports and Lists
  • Creating, Storing and Executing Scripts
  • Describing Methods for Backing Up and Recovering the Recovery Catalog
Transporting Data Between Databases
  • Export
  • Import
  • Guidelines for Using Export and Import
Backup and Recovery and Networking Workshop
 
 

 
 


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