Category Archives: In-Memory

In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC databases: Impact of the parallel_instance_group parameter

INTRODUCTION As you may know, with a RAC database, by default all objects populated into In-memory will be distributed across all of the IM column stores in the cluster. It is also possible to have all the data appear in … Continue reading

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FAN callouts for In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC, PDB and preferred/available service

The context: In my previous blog post: In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC and Multitenant Environment, I checked if we can influence (get rid of the default behaviour) how the In-Memory is distributed across all the Instances per PDB. I checked because: … Continue reading

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In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC and Multitenant Environment

In a previous post (see In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC databases: I want at least one instance that contains all the data) I provided a way to get rid of the default In-Memory Instance distribution on a RAC (non CDB) … Continue reading

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In-Memory Instance distribution with RAC databases: I want at least one instance that contains all the data

As you may know, with a RAC database, by default all objects populated into In-memory will be distributed across all of the IM column stores in the cluster. It is also possible to have all the data appear in the … Continue reading

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