Re: A Book Suggestion for Performance Tuning 10g & 11g

From: Ram Raman <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 17:57:10 -0600
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Like Sriram mentioned performance tuning is very vast. I do not know your level of oracle knowledge. Personally, I find that understanding the basics well before moving onto advanced topics is important. I have wasted (and seen others waste) time by trying to understand something advanced without knowing the basic principles on topics.

Lots of times I read the blogs and the posts online, like this list, oracle forums <> in oracle website. The advantage in reading such posts is that other learners have questions seeking answers to similar issues. We get pointed in the right direction. Also I have learned to recognize the gurus and good teachers. Reading posts, blogs, answers by such people has increased my level of knowledge. When I look for search engine results, I immediately give more weightage to such people's postings. (lots of times I find it difficult to follow what the gurus say, because I am not at their level of knowledge, so sometimes a guru need not be a good teacher for me)

You can click on this link and scroll through them and see if any are of help to you: )
 Here are some more that I think may interest you:

from the above.

Hope you will find my answer helpful.


On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 3:01 AM, Sheldon Quinny <>wrote:

> Hi,
> I am looking for any recommendation or Material for Performance Tuning on
> Database.
> Thank you,
> Sheldon.
> --

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