Tuning IBM AIX 5L for an Oracle Database

In this paper, the required operating system tuning tasks are grouped into three sections: processor, memory, and I/O tuning.

Fine-grained tuning is important and valuable, though this level of tuning can potentially lead to problems if not used correctly.Each of these will be discusses in detail.

The reader will come to understand that performance tuning involves trade-offs that might favor one environment, though hurting another.

For this reason, the paper also explains the importance of applying tuning changes one at a time, while monitoring the overall system throughput to determine if the alteration is beneficial for the environment.

This paper does not cover performance tuning of the Oracle database related to SQL code tuning, data modeling, or any other aspect of the configuration of the Oracle database itself.

Oracle Database generic tuning concepts are widely available and are usually system and hardware independent.

To best exploit the AIX 5L operating system, it will need to be tuned for the specific characteristics of the Oracle application.

This is required to achieve the maximumize performance and fully utilize the resources available on the server.

Note: Oracle Database generic tuning concepts are widely available and are usually system and hardware independent. These concepts will not be discussed in this paper

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Tuning_AIX_Oracle

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One Comment on “Tuning IBM AIX 5L for an Oracle Database”

  1. dohkoranteng says:

    Great Job

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