SGA Dynamic Parameters: The Core Components of Automated Database Tuning
Hitesh KUMAR Sharma (),
Aditya Shastri (),
Ranjit Biswas () and
Sanjeev KUMAR Singh ()
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Hitesh KUMAR Sharma: University of Petroleum & Energy Studies
Aditya Shastri: Banasthali University
Ranjit Biswas: Hamdard University
Sanjeev KUMAR Singh: Galgotia University Noida
Database Systems Journal, 2014, vol. 5, issue 2, pages 13-21
he efficient use of primary memory is one of the major key for the good performance achieved from the any kind of server. The management of the various components stored in the main memory is the key challenge to get the desired throughput from an application running on the server. As we know the DBMS mostly works on client-server architecture. So the memory management for the DBMS's components stored in the main memory of the server is the critical task for a DBA. The DBA should have the knowledge of the components those are stored in main memory during runtime. This paper helps the DBA to get the detailed description of these core components of DBMS.
Keywords: SGA; DBMS; DBA; Dynamic Parameters (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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