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Re: Database or store to handle 30 Mb/sec and 40,000 inserts/sec

From: Double Echo <doubleecho_at_your.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 10:08:05 -0500
Message-ID: <w7%Kf.2721$eU3.858@fe69.usenetserver.com>


I confess I'm on the road and don't have the TK book with me.

:-(

But thanks for the other book and resource suggestions. I'll take a look.

-DE-

PS I love top-posting too! ( If anything just to piss off people who are bottom feeders. :-)

hpuxrac wrote:
> Tom Kyte's book do discuss the architecture and how the engine works
> ... in detail. ( Don't quite understand how you can say you have the
> books and they don't cover that stuff ). The "now old 2001" book
> expert one-on-one oracle has something like (guessing) chapter 2
> architecture chapter 3 concurrency chapter 4 transactions etc I
> believe. ( Rewritten and updated drastically probably in latest book
> ).
>
> The oracle concept manuals at tahiti.oracle.com are also good starting
> points.
>
> Tom has a new book out there that includes 10g and yes starts with all
> the architecture and engine stuff along with discussing concurrency and
> locking.
>
> That is probably where you want to spend your time until ready to go
> farther. Cary Millsap's "Optimizing Oracle Performance" might be a
> good choice after that ( lots of excellent stuff at www.hotsos.com ) or
> a somewhat lighter approach is Gaja's "Oracle Performance Tuning 101".
>
Received on Wed Feb 22 2006 - 09:08:05 CST

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