What is a Storage Index?

Storage Indexes are a feature unique to Oracle Exadata. A storage index is a memory-based structure that reduces the amount of physical IO required by the cell. A storage index keeps track of minimum and maximum values from query predicates and builds storage index regions based on usage.

 
What is a Storage Index?
Storage Indexes are a feature unique to Oracle Exadata. A storage index is a memory-based structure that reduces the amount of physical IO required by the cell. A storage index keeps track of minimum and maximum values from query predicates and builds storage index regions based on usage.
 
What is a Storage Index?

Storage Indexes are a feature unique to Oracle Exadata. A storage index is a memory-based structure that reduces the amount of physical IO required by the cell. A storage index keeps track of minimum and maximum values from query predicates and builds storage index regions based on usage.

 

Deferred COGS is a new feature introduced in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12. The basic fundamentals behind the enhancement are that the COGS are now directly matched to the Revenue.

 

In Oracle 11gR2, additional Exadata cell-related system events have been added to the normal system event-based dynamic performance views. There are 58 different cell-related or Flash Cache related wait events available:

 

With the release of EBS R12, Oracle has released some new features on how data is accessed through the applications and standard programs by the use of Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC). MOAC allows you to create a security group which can contain many operating units and assign that to the User’s responsibility.

 

Recently on an Oracle EBS R12 project, the client had a requirement to enable the attachment functionality on one of the WIP forms.  I would like to share 4 steps that can be done to enable attachments to work on just about any Oracle EBS form.

 

In Oracle 11gR2, additional Exadata cell-related system events have been added to the normal system event-based dynamic performance views. There are 58 different cell-related or Flash Cache related wait events available:

 
Cell Server Metrics

Metrics are recorded observations of run-time properties and internal instrumentation values in the storage cell and its components, such as cells, cell disks, grid disks, etc.

 
Using CELLCLI

Each Exadata Storage cell can be monitored, configured, and maintained using the cellcli command line interface. To invoke the CLI, simply login to the Exadata cell as cellmonitor, celladmin, or root, and type "cellcli". Within cellcli, a wide range of commands can be invoked to monitor the cell.