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Oracle Database In-Memory an introduction Part 2 – What do i need to do, to use the Oracle In-Memory Database ?

Step 1) Define the INMEMORY_SIZE Customer has to setup the correct value for a database initialization parameter , INMEMORY_SIZE. This parameter specifies the amount of memory, from the SGA, that is to be used for the In-Memory column store. This is a static pool (ie Automatic memory management cannot extend or shrink this area), which […]

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Oracle Database In-Memory an introduction Part 1 – What is Oracle Database In-Memory, and how is it different ?

On July 22nd 2014, Oracle corporation, announced Oracle Database 12c’s latest patch release 12.1.0.2. This latest patch release includes the new Oracle Database In-Memory functionality. The Oracle Database In-Memory enables a single database to efficiently support mixed workloads. It uses a “dual-format” architecture, that retains the Record-Setting OLTP performance of the oracle databases, while simultaneously […]

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