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Oracle Open World 2011 – My presentation on RAC topic

Posted by Riyaj Shamsudeen on September 28, 2011

I will be talking about “Administering Parallel Execution in RAC” with demos on Sunday morning 9AM-10AM (session id 28060). This is part of IOUG RAC SIG presentation series. You would enjoy the content and demos I have prepared.

I know, it is too early, but hoping to see you there!
BTW, if you have attended my RAC Advanced Troubleshooting class series, please don’t hesitate to introduce yourself when we meet.

Session details:
Session ID: 28060
Session Title: IOUG: Administering Parallel Execution in Oracle RAC
Venue / Room: Moscone West- 2005
Date and Time: 10/2/11, 9:00 – 10:00

Update: I just completed this session in IOUG. Thank you for coming, if you were in the room.
You can download the pdf file from
PX execution in RAC

4 Responses to “Oracle Open World 2011 – My presentation on RAC topic”

  1. Eric Grancher said

    Riyaj,
    I will certainly be there! I look forward to it.
    cheers,
    Eric

  2. Prashanth Subbakrishna said

    Hi,

    I beleive PX Msg Buffers will be allocated in Large pool if you use AMM or ASMM.
    This decreases the space pressure in shared pool .
    Please clarify .

    Thanks,
    Prashanth Subbakrishna

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