DBAs Guide to Databases Under Linux
In an effort to increase its marketshare and threat to Windows NT, Oracle8 was ported to Linux in late 1998, opening the popular database to an additional 10 million Linux users worldwide. The availability of Oracle8 enables current Linux users to deploy enterprise-class applications at low cost and provides an alternative to Microsoft Windows NT. This book covers that marriage of the most popular database and the fastest growing operating system.
* Complete coverage. Covers both Oracle8i and Oracle8i Lite, as well as Oracle Applications, Oracle Applications Server, and Oracle Developer
* Organizations and Oracle database administrators will be looking for information on Linux as is gets adopted - this book fits the bill
* Covers two growth markets and fills a need for information not covered elsewhere
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Chapter 2 A Basic Red Hat Linux Installation
Chapter 3 Installing and Running Oracle on Linux
Chapter 4 An Informix Installation on Linux
Chapter 5 Installing and Utilizing Sybase on Linux
Installing DB2 Universal Database Version 61 on Red Hat Linux
Chapter 7 MySQL on Linux
Administration application back-end Backup Server bashS CD-ROM chapter chmod color configuration connect create database server DB2 client DB2 Installer DB2 Product DB2 server dbspace default device disk space Endif engine environment variable example file system following command glibc global hardware Informix Dynamic Server install DB2 Installing directoru instance interface Internet Java JDBC Kbytes kernel Linux distribution log file logical logs login logsdbs machine Manager MySQL ODBC onstat operating system option Oracle Oracle database Oracle8i package parameter partition password patch performance Perl physdbs physical log port number Postgres PostgreSQL postmaster Print Progress query rebel Red Hat Linux root rootdbs script shared memory shell specify SQL Server SQL*Plus startup Sybase Sybase SQL Server TCP/IP UNIX Verdana Windows workstation