RE: Oracle Hp OpenVMS

From: Allen, Brandon <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 10:32:40 -0700
Message-ID: <64BAF54438380142A0BF94A23224A31E112E51A7E6_at_ONEWS06.oneneck.corp>

Once you're inside Oracle's walls (e.g. SQL*Plus, RMAN, lsnrctl, etc.) it's pretty much the same as on any other OS, but if you have to do anything at the OS level there is a big learning curve - even for simple things like changing directories, editing/manipulating files, checking filesystem space. The commands and options are VERY different from Unix. I'd say if the tuning you're being asked to do is within the database, e.g. tuning queries, Oracle parameters, etc., then you should be fine, but if it's tuning at the OS level that is needed, then run away unless you have lots of time to spend learning DCL.


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