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Identify tables using in-memory

Identify tables using in-memory: Oracle 12c: New Features
Identify tables using in-memory: Oracle 12c: New Features

At any given time, it is important to keep track of which tables are cached in-memory and which tables are not. Learn to write the queries used to identify which tables are configured for in-memory column storage and which table segments have already been loaded into memory. Learn about the Oracle In-Memory advisor that can help detect candidate tables that can benefit from caching inside the in-memory columnar store

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Big Data IT Oracle Database

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