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Re: Early 11g Advanced Table Compression #'s

From: Roby Sherman <rxsherm_at_interealm.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 07:36:14 -0600
Message-Id: <C6EED395-22AB-4C2C-86C6-ECBAA32E1DED@interealm.com>


Seems my mailer has cut off the apostrophe from the URL... It should be:

http://web.mac.com/tikimac/iWeb/silicon/Roby_Sherman/ Oracle_Certifiable/Entries/2007/8/16_11G_TABLE_COMPRESSION_-_Don%E2% 80%99t_Believe_the_Hype.html

On Aug 17, 2007, at 7:14 AM, Roby Sherman wrote:

> For anyone interested, I ran some very quick benchmarks on 11g's
> new Advanced Compression table option COMPRESS FOR ALL OPERATIONS
> that Oracle is claiming was "specifically written to create only
> the most 'minimal' of performance impacts in OLTP environments.
>
> The results are here:
> http://web.mac.com/tikimac/iWeb/silicon/Roby_Sherman/
> Oracle_Certifiable/Entries/2007/8/16_11G_TABLE_COMPRESSION_-
> _Donít_Believe_the_Hype.html
>
> I guess their definition of minimal and my definition of minimal
> must be different... Anyway, if you're interested in this feature,
> feel free to take a quick look!
>
> --Roby
>

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