Database Performance Tuning Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 778 pages
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Database administrators, programmers, system programmers, and technical specialist are responsible for optimizing database usage to improve system performance, but recent changes in database marketplace and the advent of Open Data Base Connectivity have forced them to learn and manage more than one database product.Fortunately, Jeffrey Allan Dunham's Database Performance Tuning Handbook covers all major database products and performance issues in one comprehensive volume.

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