Justin Ellingwood Introduction Django is a flexible framework for quickly creating Python applications. By default, Django applications are configured to store data into a lightweight SQLite database file. While this works well under some loads, a more traditional DBMS can improve performance in production. We will install the necessary software, create database credentials for our application, and then start and configure a new Django project to use this backend.
We also saw that Oracle would, by default, set the free space percentage pctfree for a table to zero if the table were defined as compressed — giving us a hint that basic compression should be viewed as a read-only strategy. Moreover Oracle could rearrange the column order for each block to improve its chances of being able to use a single token to represent multiple adjacent column values.
As before, all examples come from an instance of Oracle Deduplication and Deletes You will recall that in the last article I picked a row from a data block dump that consisted entirely of a single token, then found that Oracle had recursively applied deduplication to reduce that token to a combination of two tokens and two extra column values.
Here is the row we examined: Tab 0, row 49, 0x1ed0 tl: But this token is used in seven other rows in the block, so you what happens if I delete those rows as well? The answer depends on how many concurrent sessions do the deletes. If I use a single process to delete all eight rows Oracle deletes the token as I delete the eighth row — at which point tokens 63 and 64 have to be updated to show that they have one less dependency.
On a rollback the data is restored — the row is recreated from the undo information, any tokens that have been deleted will also be recreated, and any relevant token usage counts are incremented. An important point to note is that on the rollback, compression is preserved. So if you repeat a block dump after the rollback you may see that the contents of the block have moved.
In my case after deleting the 8 rows that referenced token 49 and rolling back I saw the following difference: When you declare a table with basic compression, it defaults to pctfree 0 — no free space, and yet there was free space in my block for rows to move into when a rollback took place.
This may simply be an error in the estimates that Oracle used for space requirements while using the direct path mechanism to build blocks — it may have been deliberate.
This small amount of space allowed Oracle to restore the deleted rows, pushing down and tidying up the block to reclaim the little holes left from the prior deletes as it did so.
Here are the before and after images of one of the rows that stayed in the block; take a close look at the binary dumps: In passing, although we now have a bit of a mess, with a couple of expanded rows and a couple of migrated rows, when I issued a rollback, Oracle cleaned up all the mess and apart from the physical rearrangement of rows in the block left all the rows in their original compressed, un-migrated state.
So how bad can updates get?
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I modified a column that was part of a token which covered most of the row. The answer is no. Row expansion has NOT taken place on this update. It gets even better; my initial test rows happened to be rows where virtually the whole row was covered by a single token — what happens if I have a row that is represented by several tokens and my update affects only one of the columns that is tokenized?arch(1) - print machine hardware name (same as uname -m) b2sum(1) - compute and check BLAKE2 message digest base32(1) - base32 encode/decode data and print to standard output base64(1) - base64 encode/decode data and print to standard output basename(1) - strip directory and suffix from filenames cat(1) - concatenate files and print on the standard output chcon(1) - change file security.
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