Linux Recipes for Oracle DBAs is an example-based book on managing Oracle Database in a Linux environment. Covering commonly used distributions such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle Enterprise Linux, the book is written for database administrators who need to get work done and lack the luxury of curling up fireside with a stack of Linux documentation. The book is task-oriented: Look up the task to perform. See the solution. Read up on the details. Get the job done. Takes you directly from problem to solution Covers the ´´right´´ mix of Linux user and administration tasks for database administrators Respects your time by being succinct and to-the-point
The job of Linux systems administrator is interrupt-driven and requires constant learning in byte-wise chunks. This book gives solutions to modern problems-even some you might not have heard of-such as scripting LDAP, making Mac clients play nice with Linux servers, and backup, security, and recovery scripts. Author Juliet Kemp takes a broad approach to scripting using Perl and bash, and all scripts work on Debian or Red Hat lineage distributions. Plus, she dispenses wisdom about time management, dealing with desperate colleagues, and how to avoid reinventing the wheel! Learn how to love LDAP scripting and NFS tuning Make Perl serve you: don´t be enslaved by Perl Learn to change, craft, and feel empowered by recipes that change your life
Linux Recipes for Oracle DBAs:1st ed. Charles Kim, Darl Kuhn, Bernard Lopuz
Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAs, 2nd Edition is an example-based book on managing Oracle Database under Linux and Solaris. The book is written for database administrators who need to get work done and lack the luxury of curling up fireside with a stack of operating-system documentation. What this book provides instead is task-oriented coverage designed around the needs of the Oracle Database Administrator. Find the right chapter. Look up the task to perform. See the solution. Implement the solution straight away in your own environment. Get the job done. New in this edition is coverage of Oracles own Solaris operating system. Oracle Corporation has been working diligently to bring commonality between Solaris and and Linux, and this book takes advantage of those efforts to provide task-oriented solutions that work on common distributions of Linux such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle Enterprise Linux while also accommodating the growing number of Oracle Solaris customers. Examples in the book match the tasks DBAs perform daily, even hourly. Solutions come first in the book, but alway are followed by close explanations of the details. Database administrators wont go wrong with Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAs. Its the book to buy if youre after clear and reliable examples to help in getting the job done, and getting home to your family. Takes you directly from problem to solution Covers the right mix of operating-system tasks for database administrators Respects your time by being succinct and to-the-point Includes coverage of Solaris in addition to common Linux distributions What You Will Learn Execute Linux and Solaris commands applicable to Oracle Database. Automate critical DBA tasks via operating-system shell scripts. Monitor, tune, and optimize Linux and Solaris servers for Oracle. Setup a VirtualBox environment for the Oracle database. Perform system administration tasks relevant to Oracle Database. Remotely (and securely!) manage Oracle on Linux and Solaris. Who This Book Is For Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAs is a book for Oracle database administrators who want to expertly operate Oracle databases on the Linux and Solaris operating systems. If youre new to Linux and Solaris and can benefit from detailed examples showing how to perform tasks that Oracle DBAs perform on Linux and Solaris servers, then this book is what you need to help you get the job done, and get home on time. Darl Kuhn is a senior database administrator working for Oracle. He handles all facets of database administration from design and development to production support. He also teaches advanced database courses at Regis University in Colorado. Darl does volunteer DBA work for the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group. He has a graduate degree from Colorado State University and lives near Spanish Peaks, Colorado, with his wife, Heidi, and daughters, Brandi and Lisa.
Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAsTaschenbuchvon Darl KuhnEAN: 9781484212554Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertBeilage: BookAuflage: 2nd ed. 2016Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 452Abbildungen: BibliographieMaße: 256 x 182 x 32 mmAutor: Darl Kuhn, Bernar
Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAs:2nd ed. 2016 Darl Kuhn, Bernard Lopuz, Charles Kim
Linux and Solaris Recipes for Oracle DBAs:2nd ed Darl Kuhn, Bernard Lopuz, Charles Kim, Darl Kuhn, Bernard Lopuz
Learn the code to write algorithms, numerical computations, data analysis and much more using the Python language: look up and re-use the recipes for your own Python coding. This book is your handy code cookbook reference. Whether youre a maker, game developer, cloud computing programmer and more, this is a must-have reference for your library. Python Recipes Handbook gives you the most common and contemporary code snippets, using pandas (Python Data Analysis Library), NumPy, and other numerical Python packages. What Youll Learn Code with the pandas (Python Data Analysis Library) Work with the various Python algorithms useful for todays big data analytics and cloud applications Use NumPy and other numerical Python packages and code for doing various kinds of analysis Discover Pythons new popular modules, packages, extensions and templates library Who This Book Is For This handy reference is for those with some experience with Python. Joey Bernard has written several articles for Linux Journal and Linux User and Developer, and currently has a regular column in each magazine. His day job, with ACENET and Compute Canada, has him helping university researchers with all of their computational work. This job has let him make use of both his physics degree and his computer science degree. A leader ensures that he doesnt spend all of his time indoors.
Pro Bash Programming teaches you how to effectively utilize the Bash shell in your programming. The Bash shell is a complete programming language, not merely a glue to combine external Linux commands. By taking full advantage of Shell internals, Shell programs can perform as snappily as utilities written in C or other compiled languages. And you will see how, without assuming Unix lore, you can write professional Bash 4.3 programs through standard programming techniques. This second edition has updated for Bash 4.3, and many scripts have been rewritten to make them more idiomatically Bash, taking better advantage of features specific to Bash. It is easy to read, understand, and will teach you how to get to grips with Bash programming without drowning you in pages and pages of syntax. Using this book you will be able to use the shell efficiently, make scripts run faster using expansion and external commands, and understand how to overcome many common mistakes that cause scripts to fail. This book is perfect for all beginning Linux and Unix system administrators who want to be in full control of their systems, and really get to grips with Bash programming. Chris F.A. Johnson was introduced to Unix in 1990 and learned shell scripting because there was no C compiler on the system. His first major project was a menu-driven, user-extensible database system with report generator. Chris uses the shell as his primary, general-purpose programming language, and his projects have included a member database, menuing system, and POP3 mail filtering and retrieval. Chris is the author of Shell Scripting Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Apress, 2005). When not pushing shell scripting to the limit, he designs and codes web sites, teaches chess, and composes cryptic crosswords.