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Timesten - How to set up the Timesten Cache ? @db:timesten
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===== About ===== Steps to set up the [[cache|Timesten Cache]] to cache data of an Oracle Database. Before you cache Oracle data in a TimesTen database, you must perform certain tasks: * either outside SQL Develo... s include: * Creating the repository cache (the timesten user and the cache administration user) in the oracle database * Granting privileges required to the cache adm... che manager user and the cache table users in the TimesTen database * Granting cache privileges to the TimesTen use
Timesten - Start/Stop a database @db:timesten
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====== Timesten - Start/Stop a database ====== ===== About ===== The concept of starting and stopping a TimesTen in-memory database is different from that of a disk-based RDBMS. For TimesT... t the daemon Before you can connect to a TimesTen database, the TimesTen main [[daemon|daemon]] process needs to be started with the [[ttDaemonAdmin|ttDaemonAdmin]] utilit... heckpoint|Checkpoint]] files are used to load the database to memory. The first [[connection|connection]] to a TimesTen database triggers the loading of the database to
Timesten - ttDaemonAdmin Utility @db:timesten
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e [[daemon|daemon]] starts automatically when the TimesTen daemon is started otherwise it can be started and stopped using the ttDaemonAdmin [[utility|utility]] The daemon writes a timestend.pid file into the directory from which the daemon was started. By default, this is install_dir/info. This fil... -force </code> ==== Stop ==== <wrap important>The TimesTen main daemon process manages all [[database|databases]] under the same TimesTen installation, be sure to disconnect from all databases before running the above command.</wrap> If the main daemon process is stopped
Timesten - Server @db:timesten
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ks>.}} ===== How to ===== ==== stop ==== You can stop and start the server with the [[ttDaemonAdmin|ttDaemonAdmin... [email protected] ~]$ ttDaemonAdmin -stopserver TimesTen Server stopped. </file> ==== start ==== You can stop and start the server with the [[ttDaemonAdmin|ttDaemonAdmin]] utility. ... [email protected] ~]$ ttDaemonAdmin -startserver TimesTen Server started. </file> ===== Support ===== ==== Cannot conne
Timesten - How to (load|unload) the database in memory ? @db:timesten
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e connected to them. * If replication has been started, pause replication on the databases, and then stop replication on the database that you are unloadin... 2012 Daemon pid 23522 port 53396 instance tt1122 TimesTen server pid 23531 started on port 53397 ---------------------------------... 2012 Daemon pid 23522 port 53396 instance tt1122 TimesTen server pid 23531 started on port 53397 ---------------------------------... 2012 Daemon pid 23522 port 53396 instance tt1122 TimesTen server pid 23531 started on port 53397 ---------------------------------
Timesten - (Data Manager) Daemon (timestend) @db:timesten
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TimesTen Server, it starts automatically when the TimesTen daemon is started otherwise it can be started and stopped using the [[ttDaemonAdmin|ttDaemonAdmin]] utility The daemon writes a timestend.pid file into the directory from which the daemon was started. By default, this is install_dir/info. This file contains the daemon's process ID. When you stop the daemon, this ID is used to determine the proc... ss to terminate. When the process terminates, the timestend.pid file is removed. ==== Configure it ? ====
Timesten - TNSNAMES.ORA @db:timesten
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configuration? [ yes ] Restarting the daemon ... TimesTen Daemon stopped. TimesTen Daemon startup OK. Instance tt1122 is now configured with TNS_ADMIN=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1... es that can be used by OCI programs to connect to Timesten databases # These samples correspond to the DSNs that are pre-configured in Timesten's sys.odbc.ini file. # The Timesten Direct entri
Timesten - ttendaemon.options configuration file @db:timesten
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TimesTen instance * Whether or not the [[Server|TimesTen Server]] is started * Whether or not you use [[data storage:share... must modify the ttendaemon.options file directly, stop the TimesTen daemon before you change the file. Restart the TimesTen daemon after you have finished changing the file. To change TimesTen Server options, it is only necessary to stop the [[server|server]]. It is not necessary to stop the TimesTen daemon.
Timesten - Cache Agent @db:timesten
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tarted : False </file> or SQL Developer {{db:timesten:times_ten_start_stop.jpg?|}} ===== Documentation / Reference ===== * [[http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/timesten.112/e21634/prereqs.htm#BCFIDDJA|Managing the cach
Timesten - ttadmin utility @db:timesten
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replication agents for specified data stores. * Start and stop TimesTen cache agents for caching data from Oracle tables.... The cache agent is a process that handles Oracle database access on behalf of a TimesTen data store. It also handles the aging and autorefresh of the cache groups in the TimesTen data store. Before using any cache features, you must start the cache agent. Cache options require that you s