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Presenter: Don Seiler
Organization: Pythian
Biographical Sketch: Don Seiler is an Oracle Database administrator with over ten years of experience. Since 2008, he has been with Pythian, providing database support to clients in a variety of industries, including financial, health care, telecommunications, and publishing. Don works with a variety of mission-critical Oracle Databases on a variety of platforms using technologies such as Oracle Data Guard, ASM, RAC, and GoldenGate. He is also a proponent of the Battle Against Any Automatic Memory Management (B.A.A.A.M.M.) movement. He has been working primarily in Oracle 11g R1 and R2 for over a year, having performed upgrades for multiple databases with multiple clients.
 
Title: Oracle 11g: Learning to Love the Automatic Diagnostic Repository
 
Summary: Oracle 11g has introduced a whole new system of collecting diagnostic information, the Automatic Diagnostic Repository, or ADR. Gone are the familiar bdump, cdump, and udump directories, all hail our new XML overlords! Where’s my alert log? And why on earth is it producing so much trace data?!? Like it or not, the ADR is here. It’s time to embrace it with both arms to get the most out of our Oracle Databases. In this session, learn about the core ADR features that every DBA will want to be familiar with, including file locations, retention policies, and using adrci to view alert log information with some helpful filters. You’ll also learn about the Incident Packaging Service (IPS) and go through a live demonstration of IPS for sending problem and incident packages to Oracle Support.
 
Topic: DBA
Target Audience: Intermediate
Location: 405
 
 
 


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