Have Oracle single user mode or any faster mode? 
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 Have Oracle single user mode or any faster mode?
Hello

Have Oracle server any single user mode for faster safeless operation?
I mean this: At one time. Only one user on the server. Only one transaction
on the server. Only one result - all operation ok or bad. I needn't
rollback. I needn't write sometimes results to disc before end of
transaction . If there are any unexpected error, data can be lost and
database can be created again. BUT IT MUST BE VERY VERY FAST!!!!!

Bretislav Cernik



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Have Oracle single user mode or any faster mode?

Hi B?etislav,
no ! and thats good...

But you can modify your database that it works faster. I can`t explain it in
a few words.... have a look at
www.hoffmann-kiel.de/stdinst.html

Christoph


Quote:
>Hello

>Have Oracle server any single user mode for faster safeless operation?
>I mean this: At one time. Only one user on the server. Only one transaction
>on the server. Only one result - all operation ok or bad. I needn't
>rollback. I needn't write sometimes results to disc before end of
>transaction . If there are any unexpected error, data can be lost and
>database can be created again. BUT IT MUST BE VERY VERY FAST!!!!!

>Bretislav Cernik




Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 
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