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Oracle® Database Administrator's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E17120-05
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About Automated Maintenance Tasks

Automated maintenance tasks are tasks that are started automatically at regular intervals to perform maintenance operations on the database. An example is a task that gathers statistics on schema objects for the query optimizer. Automated maintenance tasks run in maintenance windows, which are predefined time intervals that are intended to occur during a period of low system load. You can customize maintenance windows based on the resource usage patterns of your database, or disable certain default windows from running. You can also create your own maintenance windows.

Oracle Database has three predefined automated maintenance tasks:

By default, all three automated maintenance tasks are configured to run in all maintenance windows.