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    Books suggested?

    Guys,

    I'm planning to buy a few books since it's been months since my last purchase. I already have DBA Handbook (8i & 9i) from Oracle Press, as well as Tom Kythe's Oracle Expert and, obviously, the online documentation from Oracle.

    Is there any new, fresh books, covering the following 9i topics?
    - Enterprise Manager
    - Materialized Views and Advanced Replication
    - Application Server
    - Performance issues
    - RAC

    I'd prefer books with a practical approach (like Tom Kythe's one), since all the theory can be found on OTN. Anyway, other suggestions are well accepted too.

    Thanks in advance for any tip.
    An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory.
    —Friedrich Engels

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    Have not heard of a Tom Kythe. Kyte, yes, Kythe, no.

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    Steven,

    Thanks for your valuable comment.
    An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory.
    —Friedrich Engels

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    Well the best books are the documentations.
    You will not find any (or good) book on AR or RAC.
    For PT and iAS Oracle press is good.

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    I think oracle manuals are good in the above mentioned topics.
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