Chapter 1 Installing and Upgrading to Oracle.
Chapter 2 Moving Data and Managing the Scheduler.
Chapter 3 Automating Management.
Chapter 4 General Storage Management.
Chapter 5 Automated Storage Management.
Chapter 6 Performance and Application Tuning.
Chapter 7 Backup, Recovery, and High Availability.
Chapter 8 Security and SQL Enhancements.
Appendix A SQL*Plus Enhancements.
Appendix B New and Obsolete Initialization Parameters.
Appendix C PL/SQL Enhancements and New Packages.
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"Finally, an ASM instance is always in a NOMOUNT state, since it does not have a control file."
"Finally, an ASM instance can only be in a NOMOUNT or MOUNT state; it can never be in an OPEN state."
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Performing a SHUTDOWN NORMAL on an ASM instance performs the same SHUTDOWN NORMAL command on any database instances using the ASM instance; before the ASM instance finishes its shutdown, it waits for all dependent RDBMS instances to shut down. In contrast, any other SHUTDOWN (such as IMMEDIATE, ABORT, TRANSACTIONAL) on an ASM instance forces a SHUTDOWN ABORT on the dependend RDBMS instances because there is no longer an ASM instance available to manage the database's storage.
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2 '+data2(datafile)/uspare' size 100m;
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