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All Oracle DBAs have to know about Unix Memory Monitoring

  • May 28, 2013 · 5:30 PM
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Unix/Linux memory management is an important area each DBA should feel comfortable with. It is important to know how to answers such questions as "Do we have enough memory?", "How much memory do we need for a system X?" etc.

Unfortunately there is no straight forward answer to the memory management related questions. During this session we will go though the Unix operational memory management concepts in relation to the way Oracle database and related processes.

As result we should have a good understanding of the concepts, challenges and diagnostic methods available today.

You can find a slide desk for the presentation under the following URL: All Oracle DBAs have to know about Unix Memory Monitoring

Yury

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  • Michael W.

    Thank you Yury great presentation and discussion from everyone on memory management. Special thanks to sponsors dbvisit.com for the food and drinks what a big surprise! :)

    May 28, 2013

  • Yury V.

    Thanks a lot folks who participated in the event. As I told you, most of you know more about memory management then I do. Thanks for sharing your experience with rest of us.

    May 28, 2013

  • Yury V.

    Please note that because of the venue availability issues I have moved the event to 28th of May.

    April 29, 2013

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