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new.png Configuring and tuning Oracle

Authors: MikeDelargy
Build basis: CLM 2012, CLM 2011, CLM 5.0

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Database tuning is outside the scope of the Jazz Administrator. Any information provided below is for reference only and should be passed to your database administrator.

  • A database administrator can use several Oracle tools to help tune the Oracle databases for CLM. One tool is SQL Access Advisor. The database administrator can use SQL Access Advisor to improve performance by providing the proper indexes for a given workload. More information about this tool is available in the [[http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e41573/toc.htm [Oracle Database Performance Tuning Guide, 11g Release 2]].

  • Additional information about performance tuning Oracle databases is available in the Oracle documentation: Real-Time SQL Monitoring

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