Oracle Shell Scripting: Linux and UNIX Programming for Oracle Jon Emmons

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Oracle Shell Scripting: Linux and UNIX Programming for Oracle  by  Jon Emmons

Oracle Shell Scripting: Linux and UNIX Programming for Oracle by Jon Emmons
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Shell scripting is necessary for automating a broad range of administration tasks on Oracle servers. Many Oracle administrators and developers lack a strong system administration background and therefore manually perform these tasks at the cost ofMoreShell scripting is necessary for automating a broad range of administration tasks on Oracle servers.

Many Oracle administrators and developers lack a strong system administration background and therefore manually perform these tasks at the cost of time, money and sustainability. This book will discuss how to automate many of the common Oracle administration tasks as well as the methods necessary to automate site-specific tasks.

Special attention will be given to writing industry strength scripts which free the Oracle professional from daily maintenance tasks yet provide proper tracking and feedback to ensure the best possible operation. With the expert techniques discussed in this book the reader will gain a functional knowledge of the building blocks of server-side shell scripting. In addition to these techniques the reader will gain access to over 50 working scripts which can either be implemented as-is or be used as a basis for further scripts.

Topics include a background on shells and shell scripting, detailed step-by-step instructions on building shell scripts for administration tasks, how to tell when things are working right and how to effectively monitor the system for failures.

Shell scripting is one of the most universal tools on UNIX and Linux. Shell scripting allows the administrator to combine any number of commands to be executed simultaneously or sequentially with a single script. Sophisticated flow control allows shell scripts to react to conditions in the environment appropriately without the need for human intervention.

These scripts can be run manually to combine many steps into a single command. Regular tasks can be automated through the use of cron freeing the administrator from the burden of repeatedly executing scripts. This book is intended for any Oracle professional who is running Oracle on Linux or UNIX.

The techniques discussed span all versions of Ora



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