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Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning Ed 1

Reference : © Oracle University D79236GC10

Duration : 5 days

In the Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning course, learn about the performance analysis and tuning tasks expected of a DBA: proactive management through built-in performance analysis features and tools, diagnosis and tuning of the Oracle Database instance components, and diagnosis and tuning of SQL-related performance issues.

Learn To:

  • Use the Oracle tuning methodology.
  • Use Oracle-supplied tools for monitoring and diagnosing SQL and instance performance issues.
  • Use database advisors to proactively correct performance problems.
  • Identify and tune problem SQL statements.
  • Monitor instance performance by using Enterprise Manager.
  • Tune instance components.

Benefits To You:

The DBA will analyze the SQL performance with available tools. The DBA will be introduced to various methods of identifying the SQL statements that require tuning and the diagnostic tools used to find ways to improve performance. This will include the use of statistics, profiles to influence the optimizer, and using the SQL Advisors.

Maintain SQL Performance:

A major task of DBAs is to maintain SQL performance across changes. This course introduces Database Replay and SQL Performance Analyzer which help the DBA test and minimize the impact of change.

Influence Instance Behavior:

Instance tuning uses the same general method of observing a problem, diagnosing the problem, and implementing a solution. The instance tuning lessons cover the details of major tunable components and describe how you can influence the instance behavior. For each lesson, we will examine the relevant components of the architecture. The course only discusses the architecture to the level required to understand the symptoms and solutions. More detailed explanations are left to other courses, reference material, and the Oracle documentation.

Languages

These scheduled public sessions are offered in English or in French (FR). The educational material is in English.

Audience

  • Data Warehouse Administrator
  • Database Administrators

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisites :

  • Oracle Database 12c: Install and Upgrade Workshop

Objectives

  • Use the Oracle Database tuning methodology appropriate to the available tools
  • Utilize database advisors to proactively tune an Oracle Database Instance
  • Use the tools based on the Automatic Workload Repository to tune the database
  • Diagnose and tune common SQL related performance problems
  • Diagnose and tune common Instance related performance problems
  • Use Enterprise Manager performance-related pages to monitor an Oracle Database

Contents

Introduction

  • Course Objectives
  • Course Organization
  • Course Agenda Topics Not Included in the Course
  • Who Tunes?
  • What Does the DBA Tune?
  • How to Tune Tuning Methodology

Basic Tuning Diagnostics Performance

  • Tuning Diagnostics Performance
  • Tuning Tools
  • Tuning Objectives
  • Top Timed Events
  • DB Time
  • CPU and Wait
  • Time Tuning Dimensions
  • Time Model
  • Dynamic Performance Views

Using Automatic Workload Repository

  • Automatic Workload Repository Overview
  • Automatic Workload Repository Data
  • Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and AWR
  • Snapshots
  • Reports
  • Compare Periods

Defining the Scope of Performance Issues

  • Defining the Problem
  • Limiting the Scope
  • Setting the Priority
  • Top SQL Reports
  • Common Tuning Problems
  • Tuning During the Life Cycle
  • ADDM Tuning Session
  • Performance Versus Business Requirements

Using Metrics and Alerts

  • Metrics and Alerts Overview
  • Limitation of Base Statistics
  • Benefits of Metrics Viewing Metric History Information
  • Viewing Histograms
  • Server-Generated Alerts
  • Setting Thresholds
  • Metrics and Alerts Views

Using Baselines

  • Comparative Performance Analysis with AWR Baselines
  • Automatic Workload Repository Baselines
  • Moving Window Baseline
  • Baselines in Performance Page Settings
  • Baseline Templates
  • AWR Baseslines
  • Creating AWR Baselines
  • Managing Baselines with PL/SQL

Using AWR-Based Tools

  • Automatic Maintenance Tasks
  • ADDM Performance Monitoring
  • Using Compare Periods ADDM
  • Active Session History
  • New or Enhanced Automatic Workload Repository Views
  • Emergency Monitoring
  • Real-time ADDM

Real-Time Database Operation Monitoring

  • Overview
  • Use Cases
  • Defining a Database Operation
  • Scope of a Composite Database Operation
  • Database Operation Concepts
  • Identifying a Database Operation
  • Enabling Monitoring of Database Operations
  • Identifying, Starting, and Completing a Database Operation

Monitoring Applications

  • What is a Service?
  • Service Attributes
  • Service Types
  • Creating Services
  • Managing Services in a Single-Instance Environment
  • Where are Services Used?
  • Using Services with Client Applications
  • Services and Pluggable Databases

Identifying Problem SQL Statements

  • SQL Statement Processing Phases
  • Role of the Oracle Optimizer
  • Identifying Bad SQL
  • Top SQL Reports
  • SQL Monitoring
  • What is an Execution Plan?
  • Methods for Viewing Execution Plans
  • Uses of Execution Plans

Influencing the Optimizer

  • Functions of the Query Optimizer
  • Selectivity
  • Cardinality and Cost
  • Changing Optimizer
  • Behavior Optimizer Statistics
  • Extended Statistics
  • Controlling the Behavior of the Optimizer with Parameters
  • Enabling Query Optimizer Features

Reducing the Cost of SQL Operations

  • Reducing the Cost
  • Index Maintenance
  • SQL Access Advisor
  • Table Maintenance for Performance
  • Table Reorganization Methods
  • Space Management
  • Extent Management
  • Data Storage

Using SQL Performance Analyzer

  • Real Application Testing: Overview
  • Real Application Testing: Use Cases
  • SQL Performance Analyzer: Process
  • Capturing the SQL Workload
  • Creating a SQL Performance Analyzer Task
  • SQL Performance Analyzer: Tasks
  • Parameter Change
  • SQL Performance Analyzer Task Page

SQL Performance Management

  • Maintaining SQL Performance
  • Maintaining Optimizer Statistics
  • Automated Maintenance Tasks
  • Statistic Gathering Options
  • Setting Statistic Preferences
  • Restore Statistics
  • Deferred Statistics
  • Publishing Automatic SQL Tuning

Using Database Replay

  • Using Database Replay
  • The Big Picture
  • System Architecture
  • Capture Considerations
  • Replay Considerations: Preparation
  • Replay Considerations
  • Replay Options
  • Replay Analysis

Tuning the Shared Pool

  • Shared Pool Architecture
  • Shared Pool Operation
  • The Library Cache
  • Latch and Mutex
  • Diagnostic Tools for Tuning the Shared Pool
  • Avoiding Hard Parses
  • Reducing the Cost of Soft Parses
  • Sizing the Shared Pool

Tuning the Buffer Cache

  • Oracle Database Architecture: Buffer Cache
  • Buffer Cache: Highlights Database Buffers
  • Buffer Hash Table for Lookups
  • Working Sets
  • Buffer Cache Tuning Goals and Techniques
  • Buffer Cache Performance Symptoms
  • Buffer Cache Performance Solutions

Tuning PGA and Temporary Space

  • SQL Memory Usage
  • Performance Impact
  • Automatic PGA Memory
  • SQL Memory Manager
  • Configuring Automatic PGA Memory
  • Setting PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET Initially
  • Limiting the size of the Program Global Area (PGA)
  • SQL Memory Usage

Automatic Memory

  • Oracle Database Architecture
  • Dynamic SGA
  • Granule Memory Advisories
  • Manually Adding Granules to Components
  • Increasing the Size of an SGA Component
  • Automatic Shared Memory Management: Overview
  • SGA Sizing Parameters: Overview

Performance Tuning Summary with Waits

  • Commonly Observed Wait Events
  • Additional Statistics
  • Top 10 Mistakes Found in Customer Systems Symptoms

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