pluggable database

Oracle Database 12.2 New Feature – PDB Lockdown Profiles

In an earlier post I had mentioned one of the new features in Oracle Database 12.2 was the ability to set SGA and PGA memory related parameters even at the individual PDB level. So it enables us to further limit or define the resources which a particular PDB can use and enable a more efficient […]

Oracle Database 12.2 New Feature – PDB Lockdown Profiles

In an earlier post I had mentioned one of the new features in Oracle Database 12.2 was the ability to set SGA and PGA memory related parameters even at the individual PDB level. So it enables us to further limit or define the resources which a particular PDB can use and enable a more efficient […]

Oracle Database 12.2 New Feature – Pluggable Database Performance Profiles

In the earlier 12.1.0.2 Oracle database version, we could limit the amount of CPU utilization as well as Parallel Server allocation at the PDB level via Resource Plans. Now in 12c Release 2, we can not only regulate CPU and Parallelism at the Pluggable database level, but in addition we can also restrict the amount […]

Oracle Database 12.2 New Feature – Pluggable Database Performance Profiles

In the earlier 12.1.0.2 Oracle database version, we could limit the amount of CPU utilization as well as Parallel Server allocation at the PDB level via Resource Plans. Now in 12c Release 2, we can not only regulate CPU and Parallelism at the Pluggable database level, but in addition we You need to be logged […]

Oracle 12c Pluggable Database Upgrade

Until very recently I had really believed the marketing hype and sales pitch about how in 12c database upgrades are so much faster and easier than earlier releases – just unplug the PDB from one container and plug it in to another container and bingo you have an upgraded database! Partly true …. maybe about […]

New York Oracle User Group Fall Conference Materials

Thank you all who attended my sessions at NYOUG Fall Conference this morning. I appreciate spending you most precious commodity – your time – with me. I sincerely hope you found both the presentations enlightening as well as entertaining.Please see the…

RAC Internals: cached sequences and 12c

Introduction I blogged about DFS lock handle contention in an earlier blog entry. SV resources in Global Resource Directory (GRD) is used to maintain the cached sequence values. I will further probe the internal mechanics involved in the cached sequences. I will also discuss minor changes in the resource names to support pluggable databases (version […]

Quick Pluggable Database (PDB) Update…

I’ve been playing around with using SQL Developer and Cloud Control 12cR3 for managing pluggable databases (PDBs) this morning. I’ve added a couple of quick references to my PDB article. Multitenant : Create and Configure a Pluggable Database (PDB) in Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) If you understand the DBCA and SQL*Plus approach, the […]


Quick Pluggable Database (PDB) Update… was first posted on August 24, 2013 at 1:01 pm.
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