D55650 - Oracle Database 11g: Managing Oracle on Linux for DBAs
This Database 11g: Managing Oracle on Linux course is designed to give the Database Administrator a firm understanding of the components required to successfully deploy an Oracle 11g database on Oracle Enterprise Linux.
- Configure and verify the Linux operating system for optimal performance with an Oracle Database.
- Tune the database to take advantage of the Linux operating system.
- Learn administrative tasks related to the database like file system choices, kernel and memory model selection, automated startup and shutdown scripts, and customizing the database for Linux.
- Optimize the Linux environment for Oracle Database.
- Discover Linux tips and tricks.
- Prepare and update a Linux 64-bit system for an Oracle Database silent installation.
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
- Identify the different kernels available for Linux
- View installed packages on a Linux system
- Prepare and update a system for an Oracle Database installation
- Identify and implement the best storage options for an Oracle database
- Customize the database to take advantage of Linux features
- Optimize Linux for running an Oracle database
- Use Linux commands and techniques to automate and streamline DBA tasks
- Troubleshoot database errors specific to the Linux OS
- Database Administrators
- Support Engineer
- Technical Consultant
- Technical Administrator
- Module 1: Review of Linux Basics
- Module 2: Preparing Linux for Oracle
- Module 3: Installing Oracle on Linux
- Module 4: Managing Storage on Linux
- Module 5: Using Oracle ASM on Linux
- Module 6: Automating Oracle on Linux
- Module 7: Optimizing Linux for Oracle
- Module 8: Additional Linux Tips for DBAs
- Module 9: Troubleshooting Oracle Issues on Linux
- Basic knowledge of Linux or Unix operating systems.
- Hands-on experience administering Oracle Database 10g or 11g.
This course is not associated with any Certification.