ECMM 6010 Seminar on Database Tuning

ECMM 6010 Seminar on Database Tuning - Database Tuning in...

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Database Tuning in - Philip K. Kuruvilla
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Database Tuning in 2 Login
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Database Tuning in 3 The W orld W ide W ait
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Database Tuning in 4 Looks Familiar ?
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Database Tuning in 5 Agenda Why tune databases Scope for tuning Parameters Design Monitor and Analyze Trivia
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Database Tuning in 6 Why is it so critical? Web Server Database The Database lies at the root of an e-commerce application !
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Database Tuning in 7 Scope for Tuning System level Operating System, Hardware Database level Temporary space, Rollback segments Application level Query Tuning, Design
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Database Tuning in 8 Tuning Parameters Throughput and Response Time Throughput : Ratio of total data read to total time spent in servicing the request Response Time : Difference between time at which a request is completed and response is received Type of Application OLTP (requires better throughput) Batch processing (requires shorter response time)
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Database Tuning in 9 Design Normalization Not always a good idea to Normalize Better to have a single table here Banner ID Professor B0000001 G. Sullivan B0000002 T. Trappenberg B0000003 S. Marche B0000004 A. Uteck Banner ID Course B0000001 ECMM6000 B0000002 ECMM6010 B0000003 ECMM6020 B0000004 ECMM6030
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Database Tuning in 10 Application Design
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  • Fall '06
  • ThomasTrappenberg
  • Relational model, Oracle Database, Database management system, database tuning

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