Re: A modern DBA is mentored by a database.
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2009 20:27:16 +1000
Helma wrote,on my timestamp of 2/09/2009 7:58 PM:
> Oracle continued its focus on improving productivity for database
> administrators in Release 2, according to Townsend, by adding a new
> compression "advisor" that tells people how much storage they can
> save, along with a new high-availability "advisor" that offers
> guidance on how to squeeze out the best performance and reliability.
> "These [advisors] we have been adding the last few years change the
> relationship between the DB and the DBA somewhat," Townsend said. "For
> more modern DBAs, the DB is the mentor in the relationship."
> "For more modern DBAs, the DB is the mentor in the relationship."
> What would his definition of a 'more modern DBA' be?
Simple: anyone who listens to folks like me. Isn't that clear?
Have they managed to make compression work yet on partitioned tables? Because in 10g it sure ain't wrokin'. And for a feature that presumably helps DWs to not be usable with another feature that clearly helps DWs... Received on Wed Sep 02 2009 - 05:27:16 CDT