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by Kimberly Floss

eBook Oracle SQL Tuning  CBO Internals (Oracle In-Focus series) download ISBN: 0974599336
Author: Kimberly Floss
Publisher: Rampant Techpress (April 28, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 300
ePub: 1677 kb
Fb2: 1654 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Databases and Big Data

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Oracle SQL Tuning and CBO Internals.

Kimberly Floss is the president of the International Oracle Users Group (IOUG), specializing in Oracle performance tuning and SQL tuning techniques. She has over 15 years of experience in information technology, with specific focus on relational database technology including Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, and Sybase. She lives in Chicago.

Oracle In-Focus Series 16. Oracle SQL Tuning & CBO Internals. Tuning Oracle SQL is the single most important skill of the Oracle professional, and Oracle professionals are challenged to create SQL statements that will support thousands of concurrent executions with sub-second response time. This landmark text focuses on advanced Oracle SQL internals and Oracle indexing management.

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SQL tuning is the attempt to diagnose and repair SQL statements that fail to meet . SQL tuning implies fixing problems in deployed applications. For a response time problem, consider an online book seller application that hangs for three minutes after a customer updates the shopping cart.

SQL tuning is the attempt to diagnose and repair SQL statements that fail to meet a performance standard. In contrast, application design sets the security and performance goals before deploying an application. Contrast with a three-minute parallel query in a data warehouse that consumes all of the database host CPU, preventing other queries from running.

With more than a decade of experience, Kimberly specializes in Oracle performance tuning and is a respected expert in. .

With more than a decade of experience, Kimberly specializes in Oracle performance tuning and is a respected expert in SQL tuning techniques. She is an active member of the Chicago Oracle Users Group, and the Midwest Oracle Users Group, in addition to the IOUG. Kimberly Floss has over 15 years of experience in the information technology industry, with specific focus on relational database technology, including Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase.

As Oracle professionals are challenged to create SQL statements that will support thousands of concurrent executions with sub-second response time, this book’s timing is critical as tuning Oracle SQL has become the single most important skill of the Oracle professional. While not appropriate for the beginner, this book allows senior Oracle professionals to explore important internal mechanisms within Oracle and the powerful and complex internals of Oracle SQL execution. Topics include the internals of Oracle cost-based SQL optimizer, SQL execution internals within the library cache, Oracle SQL coding and optimization techniques, and Oracle index internals. Also included is a ready-to-use code depot full of working SQL tuning scripts, which allow for quick optimization of the SQL and indexes inside the Oracle database.
Comments: (7)
Lightbinder
This is wasting of time and money one of the worst book about tuning i ever read. If you want get good knowledge about CBO please look on this book written by Jonathan Lewis: Cost-Based Oracle Fundamentals. The Oracle SQL Tuning & CBO Internals by Kimberly Floss is full of Oracle 10G Features with short descriptions which are worthless. And in the first section about CBO you can find few mistakes e.g. "Histograms are only effective when used on indexed columns whose data is not uniformly distributed". This book as others from rampant press have high price big letters and small value from the information point of view. I think this book should have name "Oracle 10g New and Old Features in 5 senteces each".
Xmatarryto
Easy to read good info.
Wishamac
First, I'm not one of the contributors to this book unlike others here who of course rated it highly, putting their interests first. Amazon, you should do a better job of checking someone's role before you let the rating get skewed by unscrupulous contributors.

Second, I did my PhD in this area and teach graduate school in database theory. So I was excited to read the description.

Unfortunately, the other reviewers are accurate: this covers multiple versions which are not interchangeable; has errors; covers nothing not available on the Oracle website; uses many different authors. I found it very misleading that the publisher let a compilation of mostly old articles pass as a new text with this title. Of course Rampant also says that books in this series are for professionals who know the concepts and it keeps its books at 200 pages or less to be concise. When I last checked the number of people who really knew optimizer internals was very small. Oh, and this declaration was on page 341. I guess Rampant needs more editing expertise.

Bottom line don't waste your money. Don't contribute to the hacks using this as marketing for their consulting efforts.
roternow
If this book had been sent to market as "'Intro to SQL Tuning with Reprints of Previously Published Material by Various Gurus and Breezy Transition Paragraphs by Kimberly,' editor K. Floss available in Large Print Edition Only" I wouldn't feel so ripped off. In that case, my only complaints would have to do with various inaccuracies. Basically, if you know enough about Oracle to be interested in CBO internals, you probably know everything in this silly little book.
Beanisend
Easily the most useless Oracle book I've ever read.

I lost track of how many times it referred to the 'new features' in 8i. It even has a warning about using the CBO in release 7. Then it introduces new features in 10g. Is this a new features book or a tuning book? Does it know what it aims to be?

To add insult to injury, it provided no information that isn't easily accessable from the Oracle website or Metalink.

I should call the police because Ms. Floss and Rampart robbed me.
Asyasya
As other reviewers have noted this book is mostly a collection of old lightweight articles by other authors (some of them not even credited).

Judging by the number of contradictions I wonder if Kim Floss herself understands the material that she re-printed.

For the real insight into CBO get Cost Based Oracle by Jonathan Lewis.
Dogrel
This is the best book I've seen for tuning Oracle SQL.

It is well written, up to date (includes 8i to 10g info), and it is full of examples and real world experiences.

Many of the Oracle books I've purchased (especially the tuning references) are just sitting on the shelf collecting dust. They're too big, and filled with a lot of 'dead weight'. I've already read this book and gathered more useful knowledge than all my other sql tuning books combined.

Every Oracle developer and DBA should read this book.
I was happy with the price and quality of this book. The book has detailed information about the internal workings of the cost based optimizer and the scriptgs were helpful. I could recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about Oracle SQL internals of the optimzier.