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OCP Instructors Guide for Oracle DBA Certification

Chapter 10 - Ease of Administration

Good Documentation is Essential

  • Datafiles – naming conventions should allow the relationship between tablespaces and tablespace datafiles to be easily recognized (i.e. the first datafile for tablespace empindex would be empindex_01.dbf).

  • Rollback segments (if undo segments aren’t used)

  • Online redo logs

  • Tables

  • Indexes

  • Users

  • Views

  • Clusters

  • Constraints

  • Roles

  • Profiles

  • Outlines

  • Materialized views

  • Directories containing application program code

  • Stored PL/SQL programs

  • Sequences

  • Database links

  • Tnsnames alias entries

  • Administrative support script directories divided into the following sub-directories

    • Day-to-day support scripts

    • Monitoring scripts

    • Backup scripts

    • Scripts used to perform database changes

The above text is an excerpt from:

OCP Instructors Guide for Oracle DBA Certification
A Study Guide to Advanced Oracle Certified Professional Database
Administration Techniques

ISBN 0-9744355-3-8

by Christopher T. Foot

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