Timesten - Recover

Timesten Component


If a database needs to be recovered, TimesTen merges the database checkpoint on disk with the completed transactions that are still in the transaction log files.

Recovery is never performed for temporary databases.

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Timesten Component
(TimesTen|TT) (In-Memory Database|IMDB)

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database (TimesTen) is amemory-optimized relational database. IMDB = In-Memory Database For existing application with data residing on the Oracle Database, TimesTen is deployed...
Timesten Component
Timesten - Commit

TimesTen supports two kinds of commit: Type Default Connection att DurableCommits Avantage Disavantage Delayed durability Yes 0 High performance Small possibility of data loss Immediate durability...
Timesten Component
Timesten - Database Installation and configuration on Linux

On UNIX/Linux systems before installing application, you must in general configure the following: The number of semaphores Allowable shared memory In addition for timesten, you need to perform the...
Timesten Component
Timesten - Sub-daemons

TimesTen assigns a separate subdaemons to each database to perform operations including the following tasks: Manage databases. Loading the database into memory from a checkpoint file on disk Recovering...
Timesten Component
Timesten - ttDaemonAdmin Utility

If you have installed the TimesTen Server, the daemon starts automatically when the TimesTen daemon is started otherwise it can be started and stopped using the ttDaemonAdmin utility The daemon writes...

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