The “Mastering Oracle Trace Data” from Cary Millsap is a great book about performance in general, and about how to work with trace data. The second edition have several new chapters adding valuable knowledge to both developers and DBAs. This is one of the books that you really should have in your bookshelf.
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- Books to read: “Mastering Oracle Trace Data, Second Edition” with Cary Millsap
- One of the things you just need to know about Oracle …
- Sometimes it’s alright to be LAZY – Part 2
- Paginating over parent table (in one-to-many join)
- Sometimes it’s alright to be LAZY – Part 1
- SQL Developer Extension: Keep Alive
- Template for creating data owners and application users
- Ora-600 when setting OCSID.DBOP tag with JDBC to a value larger than 29 byte
- Old blog from Antognini regarding trace levels (10046)
- Oracle 11g: New Locking behavior (modes) … an unexpected behavior. Or?
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