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Daily Checks:

Verify the status of daily scheduled jobs/daily backups in the morning very first hour.
Check the database performance, periodic basis usually in the morning very first hour.
Check the sync between the primary database and standby database, every 20 min.
Identify bad growth projections.
Clear the trace files in the udump and bdump directory as per the policy.
Check the database statistics collection. On some databases this needs to be done every
day depending upon the requirement.

Monthly or Quarterly Checks:


Checks for the critical patch updates from oracle make sure that your systems are in
compliance with CPU patches.
Look for security policy violations:
Look in SQL*Net logs for errors, issues, Client side logs, Server side logs and Archive all
Alert Logs to history

1.oracle home installation


2.create database 9i/10g/11g with parameter file
3. Parameters Recommendations for performance for 9i/10g/11g databases
4.setting up cron tab to monitor & schedule jobs in the database
5.installation of o/s watcher for monitoring
6.installation of em agent & registration of databases for monitoring
7.Installation of 10g CRS & 11g Grid Home
8.Database Upgrade.
9.Migration of Database using Export/Import,expdp,impdp, DataPump, XTTS (transportable Tablespace)
10.Cross Platform migration Of Database (HP,Solaris to Linux)
11.Regular Maintainance like:
adding datafiles to tablespaces ,resizing datafiles,clearing files & freeing space on Server ,
alert log monitoring for alerts, backup verification
12.creating db links
13.materialized views refresh,
14.invalids compilation
15.RAC Conversion from standalone to 2,3,4 Nodes
16.adding node, deleting node on a existing RAC database
17.conversion of multi node RAC to stand alone database
18.creation of users, profiles, assigning roles & revoking
19.creating corrupted indexes, migrating corrupted tables
20.enabling forced logging/ no logging
21.generating traces & TKProf files, explain plan for performance tuning
22.Cloning Database with Cold Backup & Hot Backup, RMAN
23.Utlities Usage - lsnrctl,tnsping,dbca,dbua,tkprof,sqlplus,exp,imp,expdp,impdp,rman,dbverify,opatch
24.generating statspack & AWR snapshots
25.Data Guard Configuration on a Standalone Database
26. Installing DataGuard Broker
27.performing a failover/switchover
28.Patching Database for issue resolutions & applying CPU Patches
29.monitor jobs, fix broken jobs, re build jobs propagator
30.detecting & removing locks in the database & identifying long running sql's
31.repointing & creating sym links (soft links)
32.verify & Install O/s level Packages & Rpms
33. trust setup between servers

2.Objects close to max extents:


3.Objects that cannot get next extent:
4.Tablespaces nearing 0% free
5.identifying Chained rows tables
6.Check for locked sessions
7.Check for Invalid Objects
8.Buffer cache Hit Ratio > 90%
9.Library cache Hit Ratio
10. Dictonary cache Hit Ratio > 85%
11. redo log space reque near zero
12.Redo latch allocation /copy
13.Monitor the Growth/Size of the Database
14.Monitor the Growth/Size of the data
15.Verify that the primary database logs are being applied to the standby database

1. Disk Space checking for all databases, tablespaces, archive log destinations, dump
destinations, and backup destinations.
2. All backup successfully finished or not.
3. Backup validation (to restore at testing database).
4. Alert.log checking for any critical errors.
5. Server load monitoring.
6. Network load monitoring.
7. Security auditing.
8. Scheduled process checking.
9. Scheduling database statistics.
10. Maintaining proper documentation.