I can only wholeheartedly second that opinion. All good (red) meat. No Fluff.Of course, depending on your target platform, Julian Dyke's "Pro Oracle Database 10g RAC on Linux" is excellent too. It's about 4 times the thickness of Gopal's book so it takes much longer to digest.
At 09:49 AM 9/3/2008, John Kanagaraj wrote:
Joe, > Does anybody have any recommendations on a RAC book? If you want information straight from the horse's mouth, look no further than the "Oracle Database 10g: Real Application Clusters Handbook" by K Gopalakrishnan.
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