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PL/SQL Function Result Cache → to cache the results of PL/SQL functions in a shared global area (SGA), which is available to every … relieves you of the burden of designing and developing your own caches and cache-management policies … . When a result-cached function is invoked, the system checks the cache. If the cache contains the … cached
CACHE Hint → \", tablespec::= ) The CACHE hint instructs the optimizer to place the blocks retrieved for the table at … the most recently used end of the LRU list in the buffer cache when a full table scan is performed … . This hint is useful for small lookup tables. In the following example, the CACHE hint overrides the … default caching
Sizing the Flash Cache → As a general rule, size the flash cache to be between 2 times and 10 times the size of the buffer … cache. Any multiplier less than two would not provide any benefit. If you are using automatic shared … memory management, make the flash cache between 2 times and 10 times the size of SGA_TARGET. Using
Database Buffer Cache → The database buffer cache, also called the buffer cache, is the memory area that stores copies of … database instance share access to the buffer cache. Oracle Database uses the buffer cache to achieve the … following goals: Optimize physical I/O The database updates data blocks in the cache and stores
Flash Cache Initialization Parameters → Table 6-4 describes the initialization parameters that you use to configure the flash cache. Table … 6-4 Flash Cache Initialization Parameters Parameter Description db_flash_cache_file Specifies the … path and file name for the file to contain the flash cache, in either the operating system file system … creates it during startup.
2.7.10 Enabling the Name Service Cache Daemon → , enable the Name Service Cache Daemon ( nscd ). To check to see if nscd is set to load when the system
Configuring Database Smart Flash Cache → This section contains the following topics on configuring Database Smart Flash Cache (the flash … cache): When to Configure the Flash Cache Sizing the Flash Cache Tuning Memory for the Flash Cache … Flash Cache Initialization Parameters Flash Cache in an Oracle Real
Contents → Cache Concepts Data management design Overview of a cache grid Overview of cache groups Cache … instance Cache group types Transmitting updates between the TimesTen and Oracle databases Loading data … into a cache group: Explicitly loaded and dynamic cache groups Sharing
Contents → Database Cache Why is Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database fast? TimesTen and TimesTen Cache feature … between servers Cached data with the TimesTen Cache Load data from an Oracle database into a … System monitoring Administration and utilities 2 Using TimesTen and TimesTen Cache Uses for TimesTen … Uses for TimesTen
10.3.13 library cache lock → This event controls the concurrency between clients of the library cache. It acquires a lock on the … the object This lock is also obtained to locate an object in the library cache.
Database Smart Flash Cache → feature is a transparent extension of the database buffer cache using solid state device (SSD … ) technology. The SSD acts as a Level 2 cache to the (Level 1) Oracle system global area (SGA). SSD … storage is faster than disk storage, and cheaper than RAM. Database Smart Flash Cache with SSD storage … amount of disk I/O at a lower
10.3.12 library cache pin → This event manages library cache concurrency. Pinning an object causes the heaps to be loaded into
Advanced Result-Cached Function Topics → Topics Rules for a Cache Hit Result Cache Bypass Making Result-Cached Functions Handle Session … Result-Caching Granularity Result Caches in Oracle RAC Environment Result Cache Management Hot … -Patching PL/SQL Units on Which Result-Cached Functions Depend Rules for a Cache Hit Each time a result … stored in the
When to Configure the Flash Cache → Consider adding the flash cache when all of the following are true: Your database is running on the … Solaris or Oracle Linux operating systems. The flash cache is supported on these operating systems … STATSPACK report indicates that doubling the size of the buffer cache would be beneficial. db file … sequential read is a top
Tuning Memory for the Flash Cache → For each database block moved from the buffer cache to the flash cache, a small amount of metadata … about the block is kept in the buffer cache. For a single instance database, the metadata consumes … flash cache. If you are managing memory manually, increase the size of the buffer cache by an amount
CACHE → CHANGED keyword AW LIST shows the analytic workspace as unattached. Cache Size By default the list … on the cached at one time and as new workspaces are added to the cache list, earlier workspaces are … : 1) mywk1, 2) mywk2. Now you issue an AW DETACH CACHE command for mywk3. Oracle OLAP removes mywk1 … from the cache
Cache → -7 Cache Attributes Attribute Description Cache Page Specify whether to enable page caching by … selecting Yes or No. Page caching can improve performance because the page displays from cache instead of … displaying dynamically. Cache Timeout Specify the amount of time for which a cached page remains … valid.
cache → Also known as buffer cache. All buffers and buffer pools.
CACHE → Within an aggregation specification, a CACHE statement tells Oracle OLAP whether to cache or store … using detail data from another variable, and whether to cache NA values when a summary values … calculates to NA. Note: The CACHE statement is only one factor that determines whether variable data that … Determines
CACHE → Specifies slightly different internal behavior. Specify this keyword only when the original performance is extremely slow. dimension The name of a dimension of the result; or, the name of a relation between one dimension of boolean-expression and another dimension that you want as a dimension of the result. By default, ANY returns a single YES or NO value. When you indicate one or more dimensions