LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part III

By Francisco Munoz Alvarez Important points about LOGGING and NOLOGGING  Despite the importance of the redo entries, Oracle gave users the ability to limit redo generation on tables and indexes by setting them in NOLOGGING mode.   NOLOGGING affect the Continue reading LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part III

Australia 2008 National Conference Series

  I’m pleased to confirm that my paper ” Logging or Nologging: That is the Question!” submitted to the Perth and Gold Coast conferences was accepted.  See you at: October,6 and 7 – AUSOUG National Conference Series at Perth, AU Continue reading Australia 2008 National Conference Series

LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part II

By Francisco Munoz Alvarez Redo Generation and Recoverability     The purpose of redo generation is to ensure recoverability.  This is the reason why, Oracle does not give the DBA a lot of control over redo generation. If the instance crashes, Continue reading LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part II

LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part I

By Francisco Munoz Alvarez Introduction The main question about NOLOGGING I hear all the time is: does creating a table with the NOLOGGING option means there is “no generation of redo ever”, or just that the initial creation operation has Continue reading LOGGING or NOLOGGING, that is the question – Part I