Table of Contents

Experience is the hardest kind of teacher. It gives you the test first, and the lesson afterward.
— Anonymous

Oracle Database


  1. Oracle Architecture – I
  2. Oracle Architecture – II [The Physical Structure]
  3. Oracle Architecture – III [Logical Structure – The Instance]
  4. Oracle Architecture – IV [Processes & the Components]
  5. Tablespaces
  6. Users Roles and Security


  1. Installation of Oracle Database
  2. Backup and Recovery using RMAN- I
  3. Backup and Recovery using RMAN- II
  4. Creating Catalog: using RMAN – III
  5. Restoring: using RMAN – IV


  1. Creating Database: Manually
  2. Flashback features-I
  3. Flashback features-II
  4. Cloning Oracle database: Using RMAN
  5. Cloning Oracle database: Cold Method
  6. Renaming the Oracle database using NID
  7. Do you know “adrci”?


Coming soon (not getting enough spare-time, right now, will come back soon.)

Errors and Solutions

  1. Errors-N-Solutions
  2. What-to-do? when…


  1. Linux – Renaming linux OS
  2. Linux Date handling / formatting
  3. Linux Processes
  4. Shell Scripting

SQL Scripts – Every DBA Must Have

  1. Oracle – SQL Scripts for DBAs
  2. Oracle – SQL Scripts for Developers
  3. SQL Server – TSQLs for DBAs
  4. Sybase – SQL Scripts

Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.
— Gertrude Stein


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