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Mark Rittman

Oracle10g Oracle Data Pump

Taking another look through the sessions catalogue for the San Franscisco Openworld next month, I noticed a session entitled "Data Pump in Oracle Database 10g: Foundation for Ultrahigh-Speed Data Movement Utilities". This looks interesting...

According to the presentation due to be given by George Claborn, Consulting Software Engineer, Oracle Corporation:

"This presentation covers the Data Pump, a callable database server facility for very-high-performance data and metadata movement, introduced in Oracle Database 10g.

New export and import utilities are the first clients of the Data Pump API. They are designed to be complete replacements for the venerable exp and imp utilities and can perform tasks in minutes that previously took hours or even days.

Among the Data Pump capabilities exploited by these new clients are coordinated high-speed parallel streams of unload and load, job stop and restart, direct loading of one instance from another, automatic dump file set management, job size estimating, improved job monitoring, flexible object selection, and SQL script generation. "

So, at first glance, its looking like a replacement for IMP and EXP, rather than something building on the Oracle 9i ETL functions such as Oracle Streams. Nevertheless, should be worth a look at the paper and presentation when it becomes available.


 

 

   
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