Why DELETE is bad? In Oracle, when it comes to deleting ** A L L ** the data from a table (clearing the contents of a staging table for example), using a DELETE statement is the most inefficient choice. Here are some reasons why DELETE is bad It uses UNDO It uses REDO It fires … Continue reading Oracle – TRUNCATE vs DELETE – Spoiler: TRUNCATE Wins & Why? Hours vs Seconds!
Oracle's logical storage structures: To developers who work with Oracle, the concept of tablespace is familiar. We create tables and indexes in tablespaces taking appropriate care not to place all of our data into one tablespace. Let us take a quick look at the logical structure of an Oracle database A database has one or … Continue reading Oracle’s APPEND Hint – The Key Secret To Fast BULK Loading With NOLOGGING!