Oracle SQL Tuning Pocket Reference by Mark Gurry

By Mark Gurry

One of crucial demanding situations confronted via Oracle database directors and Oracle builders is the necessity to music SQL statements so they execute successfully. Poorly tuned SQL statements are one of many prime explanations of substandard database functionality and negative reaction time. SQL statements that practice poorly bring about frustration for clients, and will even hinder a corporation from serving its shoppers in a well timed manner.

In this ebook, Mark Gurry stocks his in-depth wisdom of Oracle's SQL assertion optimizers. Mark's wisdom is the results of many hard-fought tuning battles in the course of his a long time of delivering Oracle tuning companies to consumers. Mark offers insights into the workings of the rule-based optimizer that move well past what the principles inform you. Mark additionally presents strategies to many universal difficulties that happen with either the rule-based and cost-based optimizers.

In addition to the categorical problem/solution eventualities for the optimizers, Mark offers a few convenient SQL tuning suggestions. He discusses some of the optimizer tricks, telling you after they can be utilized to reliable impact. eventually, Mark discusses using the DBMS_STATS package deal to control database statistics, and using outlines to specify execution plans for SQL statements in third-party functions that you simply cannot in a different way modify.

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