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CCMS: Oracle

Database Administration Tasks Supported by the CCMS


You can perform most regularly-recurring database administration tasks from within the SAP System by using the DBA tools of the CCMS. As the table below shows, after installation, reorganizations and certain other tasks are the only tasks that cannot be carried out from within the SAP System. Database Task Installation Data backup Backup database files and redo log files Performance optimizing Monitor and optimize database performance Access optimizing Configure cost-based optimizer, create and update statistics Monitoring Monitor database using alert monitor, check database and DBA action logs Check Analyze space (number of objects, fragmentation, bottlenecks), check configuration (control file, online redo log files, INIT.ORA parameters) Reorganization Reorganize tables Other tasks For example, database recovery (restore/recovery) Executed using Operating system SAP (CCMS), operating system (BRARCHIVE, BRBACKUP) SAP (CCMS), operating system SAP (CCMS), operating system (BRCONNECT) SAP (CCMS), operating system (BRCONNECT) SAP (CCMS), (BRCONNECT)

Operating system (BRSPACE) Operating system (BRRECOVER)

CCMS Database Administration


The main CCMS tools for database administration are: Displaying Backup Logs and Status (Transaction DB12): Check the status of database backups The DBA Planning Calendar (Transaction DB13): Automatically schedule and execute database operations (for example, database backups, update statistics, and database checks) Displaying DBA Logs (Transaction DB14): Access action logs created by BRSPACE, BRBACKUP, BRARCHIVE, BRCONNECT or an external program The Data Archiving administration tool ( Transaction DB15): Determine the archiving objects for a specific table or determine the tables that a specific archiving object archives. Display various statistics for the amount of used database space. See also Determining Space Information (Oracle). The Database System Check (Transactions DB16 and DB17): Configure and check important database parameters to be able to recognize critical database situations in time.

Update Statistics(Transactions DB20 and DB21): Configure the cost-based optimizer, and check and update optimizer statistics The DB Operations Monitor (Transaction DB24): Online monitoring of database operations (for example, data backups, database checks, and so on) Online Maintenance of Database Parameters (Transaction DB26): Details and history of database parameters Maintaining Database Connection Information (Transaction DBCO): Information about additional, non-standard database connections The SAP/Oracle Database Monitor (New): Detailed database performance information and histories The SAP/Oracle Database Monitor (Old): Detailed database performance information and histories SAP

For more information on Oracle database administration with the SAP System, see Database Guide: Oracle.