License High Water Mark in Alert Log

License High Water Mark in Alert Log The message was originally intended to let you know the maximum number of users sessions were used between bounces so that you could check this against how many sessions you were licensed for.

You can query the V$LICENSE data dictionary view for the high water mark, it […]

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Lock and unlock statistics on a table in Oracle Database

Today we are going to have a look at steps we use for lock/unlock statistics on a table. In the world of technology, we all love to work with one click. The way we DBAs would like to work in the same tradition as we know sometimes we may not want to analyze a table automatically […]

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Bypass the AFTER LOGON trigger in Oracle Database

Today we are going to have to look on “Bypass the execution of the AFTER LOGON trigger“. Problem: You might have AFTER LOGON trigger for auditing and because of faulty logic (infinite loop) or the space in auditing table is full or some other problem connected to trigger, no users are able to connect to […]

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Setting NLS_LANG variable in Oracle Database

Today we are going to have look at a different topic of Oracle Database. As we all are aware that language is the most important and common element which we use in daily life. We can find the different county with different language. For more friendly nature oracle provides a parameter by which we can set language and […]

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SQL Loader in Oracle

Today we are going to learn about “SQL Loader”. The journey of Oracle Database does not end here.  Let’s have look at the technical definition of SQL Loader. what is SQL Loader? The primary method for quickly populating Oracle tables with data from external files is called SQL*Loader. From its powerful data parsing engine that puts […]

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Managing Role in Oracle

Today we are going to have look at Role in Oracle database. It is the most important part of Oracle database. User Privileges and Roles is the most common task that is performed by Oracle DBA. With roles and privileges, we can easily point out which user has what responsibilities in databases.     Let’s […]

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Flashback in Oracle

We are going to have look at another part of the Oracle database. Flashback is going to be the topic of our discussion of today. Let’s start with its introduction after that with its example. Being DBA we have to make us familiar with Flashback technology. It is considered as a good feature of Oracle Database. What is […]

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Basic of Data Pump in Oracle

This post is going to explain about the Oracle Data Pump. We may find n number of articles on Google regards, Oracle DataPump. Let’s add one more. Being Oracle DBA we must explore Oracle RDBMS as much as possible to be veteran in our field. Normal water become Lemonade after adding lemon as we can see the […]

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Redolog in Oracle

As DBA we are aware that Oracle is a mixture of CRD files. Now we are going to have look at Redolog.     Let’s have a technical definition of Redolog. The most crucial structure for recovery operations is the redo log, which consists of two or more preallocated files that store all changes made to the database as […]

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