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Want to learn about five ways you can adjust your configuration to make the most of the Windows Server operating system resources, and hence avoid running your database out of memory:

  1. Increase the 2Gb Limit
  2. Implement Address Windowing Extensions (AWE)
  3. Reduce Per-Thread Memory
  4. Implement Dead Connection Detection
  5. Configure Oracle to Use Shared Servers

 

Check out the feature article Five Tips to Avoid Memory Issues Using 32-Bit Windows OS in Database Support News for details.

 

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Dave Meeson-Oracle

Many DBAs may be interested in the new feature Invisible Columns introduced in Oracle Database 12c Release 1, as it provides a means to make changes to a table without interrupting applications that use that table.

 

Check out this Database Support News feature article Oracle Database 12.1 New Feature: Invisible Columns

 

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SusanA-Oracle

Check out this Database Support News feature article Oracle Net Services 12.1 New Features to learn about Database 12c Oracle Net Services architecture changes as well as some of the new features:

 

  • Overview of an architecture change
  • New Features
    • Larger Session Data Unit Sizes
    • Advanced Network Compression
    • New Implementation of Dead Connection Detection (DCD)
    • Intelligent Client Connection
    • Incident Generation for Process Failures
    • Valid Node Checking for Registration
    • Support of Oracle Home User on Windows

 

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Corina-Oracle

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