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DEBU
2006
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11 years 1 months ago
Oracle's Self-Tuning Architecture and Solutions
Performance tuning in modern database systems requires a lot of expertise, is very time consuming and often misdirected. Tuning attempts often lack a methodology that has a holist...
Benoît Dageville, Karl Dias
DAC
2007
ACM
12 years 2 months ago
A Self-Tuning Configurable Cache
The memory hierarchy of a system can consume up to 50% of microprocessor system power. Previous work has shown that tuning a configurable cache to a particular application can red...
Ann Gordon-Ross, Frank Vahid
SIGMOD
2012
ACM
234views Database» more  SIGMOD 2012»
9 years 4 months ago
Oracle in-database hadoop: when mapreduce meets RDBMS
Big data is the tar sands of the data world: vast reserves of raw gritty data whose valuable information content can only be extracted at great cost. MapReduce is a popular parall...
Xueyuan Su, Garret Swart
VLDB
2002
ACM
143views Database» more  VLDB 2002»
11 years 1 months ago
SQL Memory Management in Oracle9i
Complex database queries require the use of memory-intensive operators like sort and hashjoin. Those operators need memory, also referred to as SQL memory, to process their input ...
Benoît Dageville, Mohamed Zaït
DEBU
2008
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11 years 1 months ago
Oracle's SQL Performance Analyzer
We present the SQL Performance Analyzer, a novel approach in Oracle Database 11g to testing database changes, such as upgrades, parameter changes, schema changes, and gathering op...
Khaled Yagoub, Peter Belknap, Benoît Dagevil...
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