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Oracle10g Grid Computing with RAC
Chapter 12 - RAC Design Considerations

Designing for High Performance

Designing for high performance means that every tier of the design must eliminate contention for resources. If there is no contention, then each process gets the resources it needs to perform optimally.  Resources fall into multiple categories: physical, as in disk and network, and internal, such as CPU speed and memory capacity. Designing for performance means utilizing these resources properly and not relying on memory or disk resources to make up for poor application design.

As with normal databases, the application design will drive performance. The finest equipment will not make up for a poor application design. In the days of Oracle Parallel Server (OPS), Oracle recommended partitioning the application data and the servers to make OPS perform. Now, Oracle salesmen insist that any application can be run with RAC, with no need for changes.

To add capacity, just add a server and bingo, more capacity is provided and more users, no matter what they do with the application, can connect. This all sounds wonderful until the manual Oracle9i Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance, Release 1 (9.0.1), Part No. A96598-01, chapter 3, Scaling Applications for Real Application Clusters, and Chapter 4, Scaling Applications for Real Application Clusters, is consulted. There, Oracle recommends partitioning both the application data and the users to optimize performance. This unfortunate fact is omitted from the 9.2 and 10g versions of the manual, which seems to indicate the automated tuning features of 9.2 and 10g relieve the DBA of this arduous task.


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