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Thursday, April 3 • 18:00 - 19:00
P63 RDBMS Forensics: Troubleshooting Using ASH

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Arthur C. Clarke wrote that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." This has been proven true in many technologies, and it makes troubleshooting of that technology seem like art.

But it is not art, it is process, and the intent of this presentation is to use two case studies (i.e. resolving ORA-03136 "connection lost" error) to demonstrate that process, and also to show how components such as AWR and ASH, typically thought of as "performance tuning" tools, are also useful diagnostic tools. Attendees to this presentation will learn a forensic, empirical approach to trouble-shooting and also see a demonstration of a complex troubleshooting task following a non-intuitive but empirically sound resolution.

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Tim Gorman

Oracle database performance optimization services, Evergreen Database Technologies, Inc.
Tim Gorman is an active member of the Rocky Mtn Oracle Users Group since 1993, has co-authored five books (three with the Oak Table Press), performed technical review on six more books, is an Oracle ACE Director, a member of the Oak Table Network since 2002, and has presented at Oracle Open World, Collaborate, and Oracle users groups in lots of wonderful places around the world.

Thursday April 3, 2014 18:00 - 19:00
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