Thursday, June 24, 2010

Performance, APEX, OBI EE


Kevin Closson's Oracle blog has an intriguing discussion of Running Oracle Database On A System With 40% Kernel Mode Overhead? Are You “Normal?, which links to related discussions of the matter, but also links to a PDF of Scaling Oracle 8i, James Morle's classic work on Oracle performance. As Kevin points out, don't let the antiquity of the version scare you, there is still much of value in the book, and since it is available in PDF form you can load it up on your Kindle to read at odd moments.

Over at Striving for Optimal Performance, Christian Antognini has some updates to his performance scripts from his Troubleshooting Oracle Performance book.


Have you checked out version 4.0 0f APEX yet? It's here! With a press release for your reading pleasure here.


A quick tip on finding: Which report uses which column over at the Oracle business intelligence obiee 101 blog.

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