Mohamed Houri’s Oracle Notes

November 28, 2015

All on Adaptive and Extended Cursor Sharing presentation

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 8:26 am

Here’s a presentation I did 3 days ago (26/11/2015) for French Oracle Meetup (Lille). It gives details on how Oracle (Adaptive Cursor Sharing part) monitors a bind sensitive cursor before making it bind aware and how Oracle (Extended Cursor Sharing part) monitors a bind aware cursor before optimizing a new optimal execution plan or sharing an existing one

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