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Oracle10g Grid Computing
Chapter 17 -
Oracle’s Grid Integration Technologies
plan directives specify how the resources are allocated to resource
consumer groups. There are many resources involved in the database
activity, which can be controlled by DRM. The resources include CPU
availability for the competing resource groups, the number of
simultaneous active sessions allowed within a consumer group, the
degree of parallelism, the execution time limit, and the undo pool.
implement and manage
administer the DRM, Oracle has provided many procedures available
through the package dbms_resource_manager. This section gives a brief
overview of the steps involved in implementing the database resource
To create a
simple (single-level) resource plan with specified allocation methods,
you'll typically use create_simple_plan and assign resource groups.
In order to
create a complex or multi-level plan, you will follow these stages.
Pending Area for creating plan schemas (use the procedure
Resource Plans (use the procedure create_plan).
Consumer Resource Groups (use the procedure create_consumer_group).
Resource Plan directives (use the procedure create_plan_directive).
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