Re: RMAN & streams references
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2009 08:36:22 +0000 (GMT)
I still the robert freeman and mathew hart book. The RMAN receipes book somehow looks to me for a person who doesnt an much experience with RMAN although i have it i dont use it much often.
For datagaurd and streams i always refer to the MAA docs and the Oracle documentation.
There is a Oracle RAC and high availaibility book but again i did not like it much.
Kirti Deshpande who had authored oracle performance tuning 101 is planning to come out with a book for Oracle streams but i am not sure when it would be available.
- On Tue, 3/2/09, Robert Freeman <robertgfreeman_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> From: Robert Freeman <robertgfreeman_at_yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: RMAN & streams references
> To: spikey.mcmarbles_at_gmail.com, "ORACLE-L" <oracle-l_at_freelists.org>
> Date: Tuesday, 3 February, 2009, 10:08 PM
> We are just starting on the 11g version of the RMAN book....
> Not sure when it will be out... It will include material not
> in the other book you mention... :-) Might be worth the
> wait!! :-)
> Robert G. Freeman
> OCP: Oracle Database 11g Administrator Certified
> Professional Study Guide (Sybex)
> Oracle Database 11g New Features (Oracle Press)
> Portable DBA: Oracle (Oracle Press)
> Oracle Database 10g New Features (Oracle Press)
> Oracle9i RMAN Backup and Recovery (Oracle Press)
> Oracle9i New Features (Oracle Press)
> Other various titles out of print now...
> Blog: http://robertgfreeman.blogspot.com
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> From: Greg Norris <spikey.mcmarbles_at_gmail.com>
> To: ORACLE-L <oracle-l_at_freelists.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 3, 2009 1:46:13 PM
> Subject: RMAN & streams references
> I'm looking to brush up a bit on my RMAN knowledge,
> especially in the 11g arena as we begin to plan upgrades of
> various systems. I already have Oracle Database 10g RMAN
> Backup & Recovery (Matthew Hart and Robert Freeman),
> which has proven to be an invaluable resource, and am no
> stranger to the Oracle documentation.
> Any opinions on RMAN Recipes for Oracle Database 11g (Darl
> Kuhn, Sam R. Alapati, and Arup Nanda)? Do you think this
> would make a solid addition, or is it more of an entry-level
> On a semi-related note, I'm also looking for a good
> book on streams and Change Data Capture, for a project which
> is expected to ramp up in the near future... initially under
> 10gR2, but moving to 11g later this year. Any suggestions?
> "I'm too sexy for my code." - Awk Sed Fred.