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    Hi Guys


    I have two questions for you.

    1) How does oracle manage control file I/O.Which process is taking care of that operation.Where exactly oracle stores the info which is read from the control file at the time of startup.


    2) Which "optimizer_mode" is best for OLTP/DSS databases and why ?

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    RTFM

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    Originally posted by pando
    RTFM
    Does he know that this means "Read The Friendly Manual"?
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    probably yea, it's quite a popular term

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    What do u mean ?? I dont understand.

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    link

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    Originally posted by jomon_s
    What do u mean ?? I dont understand.
    That's what I thought...
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    Dear Jamon

    What they are trying to say is, please read the manuals carefully. All these things are clearly written in manuals.

    Checkout this URL:
    http://otn.oracle.com/documentation/oracle9i.html
    Agasimani
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