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  • JFordHill@aol.com
    Our meeting for June is coming up this week and we d like to have a pretty good count by the end of the day on Monday. If you haven t already let me know,
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 15, 2003
      Our meeting for June is coming up this week and we'd like to have a pretty good count by the end of the day on Monday.  If you haven't already let me know, please respond to this message if you are planning on attending.


      June CAOUG Meeting

      (Please RSVP so that we can get an accurate count
      for lunch.)


      The Death of the Buffer Cache Hit Ratio

      - presented by Randy Arseneau of Precise Software

      DATE: Thursday, June 19th
      TIME: 11:30 am
      PLACE: EnteGreat
      LUNCH: Provided by Precise Software Solutions


      EnteGreat University is on the first floor of the 1900
      building at International Park, just off I-459 on
      Acton Road.
      There is a hot link to a map at

      Presentation Overview

      Conventional Oracle performance tuning relies very
      heavily on measuring
      and optimizing the Buffer Cache Hit Ratio.  Many DBAs
      do their best to get a 99% or better hit ratio, only
      to discover that the performance of their database
      isn't really improving along with the hit ratio.  End
      users still complain about bad response time.  Why is
      that?  And is there a better way of tuning?

      Presenter's Bio

      Randy Arseneau has been involved in database
      application management and
      tuning - in various roles including developer, DBA,
      system architect,
      and performance engineer - for over 18 years.  After
      spending 10 years as a senior IT professional at
      Motorola, Randy is now Director of Systems Engineering
      for Precise Software Solutions, the industry-leading
      provider of enterprise application performance
      management solutions.  In this capacity, he is
      responsible for pre- and post-sales product support,
      implementation and consulting, product
      conception/design, strategic planning, and technical
      investor relations.

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