Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Collaborate 2012 Sessions and Select Article

Thank you all who came to my sessions at #IOUG Collaborate 2012 #C12LV on April 22-24 in Las Vegas. I had four full sessions, two panels and one bootcamp. Quite a busy schedule, as you can see. I also worked on some urgent performance issues at work during the week.

You can download the the slides and scripts here. They are available from the IOUG site but I thought I would put them for download here as well.

My article Cache Fusion Demystified on SELECT Journal won the Editor's Choice award for 2011. This article is available for free download here.

I hope you like them. As always, feedback - good, bad and something in between - will be appreciated.

Update as of April 29th, 2012

I usually add more stuff to my slides after the session is over. This may result from a direct attendee feedback that some content was not clear, inadequate, misleading or even incorrect. This time is no exception. I added some more content to make the concepts clearer. Also many thanks to Charles Hooper for pointing out an Oracle documentation bug which makes two scripts in my session incorrect. I have since corrected the slides and re-uploaded. Please redownload the slides for How Oracle Locking Works and specifically look at the slides 14, 18, 24, 25 and 26. Also please download the scripts for Beginning Oracle Performance Tuning. More specifically, the script lock1.sql has changed.


Matt said...

The Beginning Performance Tuning presentation at Collaborate was fantastic. You made it very easy to understand. Thanks for posting your scripts here.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Arup,

Your article on Cache fusion
is very informative and clears
lot of doubts about
this technology .
Pls expand on this to cover
RAC Wait events which shows
differences between events
like gc buffer busy ,gc block
busy etc....etc..


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