Monthly Archives: August 2008

LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part V

By Francisco Munoz Alvarez  REDUCING REDO GENERATION TIPS  While Backing Up As mentioned in the redo generation and recoverability section, user managed backups could generate a lot of redo. The best way to eliminate this problem is to use RMAN.

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LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part IV

By Francisco Munoz Alvarez Disabling Redo Generation (NOLOGGING)   The NOLOGGING attribute tells the Oracle that the operation being performed does not need to be recoverable in the event of a failure. In this case Oracle will generate a minimal number

Posted in Redo Logs

NZOUG 2008 National Conference

I’m pleased to confirm that my paper ” Logging or Nologging: That is the Question!” submitted to the New Zealand OUG National conference 2008 was accepted. See you at: October,20 and 21 – NZOUG National Conference at Rotorua, NZ For

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Oracle ACE

It’s an honor for me, to announce that I have been awarded with the Oracle ACE Award. I’m now the first Oracle Professional in New Zealand and Chile to receive this award. This award is not only for me, is for all

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