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Managing Multimedia and Unstructured Data in the Oracle Database by Marcelle Kratochvil

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Summary

There are numerous ways to configure an Oracle Database to store large volumes of unstructured data. Some of the key areas to review include the database block size, the size of the UNDO tablespace, the placement and sizes of the redo logs, and the configuration and extent size of the tablespaces used to store the data. Different architectural configurations are available based on the number of disks, CPUs, and available memory on the server. The use of solid state drives can improve load time performance.

Even though the Oracle XE database has no built in support for Java and Oracle multimedia, its usage should not be dismissed outright as a database for storing multimedia as its core architecture offers features and performance characteristics ...

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