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NOUG Session: How Cache Fusion Works

For all those attended my session at Northeast Oracle User Group at Babson College in Wellesley, MA. Have you ever wondered how Cache Fusion knows where to get the block from? Or, how block locks vary from row locks? Or you are confused about the meaning and purpose of various Global Cache Service (GCS), Global Resource Directory (GRD) and Global Enqueue Service (GES). The session was meant to explain how all these actually work under the covers with live demos.

OOW14 Session: Cache Fusion Demystified

Thank you all those who attended my session Cache Fusion Demystified.

As I mentioned, it was impossible to fit in a demo within that compressed 45 minute timeline. I put the details of the demo in a separate file with all the scripts and instructions that allows you to execute the demos at your own site.Download the slide deck as well as the scripts. In addition I have also written a whitepaper to explain the concepts clearer.

Download the slides, the paper, the demo scripts and instructions here.

I sincerely hope it demystified one of the most complex topics in Oracle RAC. As always, I would love to hear from you about your experience.

Webcast: Under the Hoods of Cache Fusion for LAOUG and NZOUG

Many thanks to all those who attended my webcast - Under the Hoods of Cache Fusion - for the Latin American and New Zealand Oracle User Groups on July 22nd, 2010. I'm sure the user groups will host the recording of the event on their websites. As I mentioned in my call, you can download the scripts I used here.

I hope you have enjoyed the session and found it useful. As always, I appreciate your feedback, critique and suggestions. You can either post here as comments or send me an email at arup@proligence.com.

RACSIG Webcast on June 24th Files

Thank you all those who attended my presentation - "Under the Hoods: Cache Fusion, GCS, GES and GRD". I hope you found it useful. Here are the demo scripts I used during the session, if you want to play with on your own system.

The actual presentation itself will most likely be available at a later date on the oracleracsig.org website.