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September 29, 2015

Master Notes

Filed under: Oracle — Jonathan Lewis @ 6:52 pm BST Sep 29,2015

MoS has a number of “Master Note” documents which pop up from time to time while I’m checking for known problems or solutions; they get extended from time to time (and, conversely, link to some articles which are clearly no longer relevant to current versions). This is just a tidied up list of a few of the master notes that I’ve jotted down over time. The Data Dictionary overview appeared in my daily “Hot Topics” report today, and that prompted me to publish the list I’d got so far.

  • Oracle Learning Library (home page)
  • Oracle Online Learning advanced search (hundreds of free short vidoes)
  • Unicode Character Sets In The Oracle Database (Doc ID 260893.1)
  • Overview of Data Dictionary (1500058.1)
  • Privileges And Roles (1347470.1)
  • Overview of Oracle Segment Storage (1491960.1)
  • Overview of Oracle Temporary Tablespaces (1498442.1)
  • Troubleshooting Oracle Temporary Tablespaces (1524594.1)
  • Overview of Oracle Background Processes (1503146.1)
  • Troubleshooting Oracle Background Processes (1509616.1)
  • Overview for SCN issues (1503937.1)
  • Oracle Transaction Management (Local) Overview (Doc ID 1506115.1)
  • Troubleshooting Database Startup/Shutdown Problems (851057.1)
  • Overview of Oracle Data Definition Language (DDL) (1501399.1)
  • Partitioning (1312352.1)
  • Parallel Execution (203238.1)
  • Table Compression 11g (1223705.1)
  • Resource Manager and DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER (1484302.1)
  • Materialized Views (1353040.1)
  • Collections (1147234.1)
  • Plan Stability Features (Including SQL Plan Management (SPM)) (1359841.1)
  • Flashback Technologies (1138253.1)
  • Database Vault (1195205.1)
  • Oracle Text Overview of New Features in Release 10g (Doc ID 249991.1)
  • Top 5 RAC issues (1373500.1)
  • Diagnosing ORA-600 (1092832.1)
  • Database Corruption Issues (1088018.1)

Quick Tip: If you search MoS with either of the expressions “overview of” or “Master Note” and a word describing the feature you’re researching then there’s a fair chance that you’ll find a document that catalogues a number of articles about the topic you’re interested in.

1 Comment »

  1. Just a comment :
    I saw a shooting star and your face comes in my mind.
    and A memory that cannot be deleted,
    and A wish surfaced on mind.
    Not to let go, not to let go of you and every inch of yours.

    Comment by bhavin dave — September 29, 2015 @ 8:33 pm BST Sep 29,2015 | Reply

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