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    Windows network tuning for oracle dba

    Hi friends,

    Oracle database server is accepting and sending client requests using the network. If we are able to boost the performance of the network then it will directly hit the performance of client requests. For improving the performance of the network using TCP/IP protocol we have some tips.

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    Problem:

    Every Oracle DBA has some confusion for tuning of a network of the windows database server. Here we are providing some tips on how we can improve the performance of the Oracle database server. This article is useful to every Oracle DBA. If your database is on windows platform and wants to speed up your network access of server then use following windows tweaks step by step.

    For reading the full article kindly check the following link.

    Optimize Windows network for Oracle DBA

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    Using these tweaks you can speed up your internet also. Means if you deploy these tweaks in your home pc then it can improve your internet accessing speed also. Cheeers!!!!

    Thanks and regards,
    Jigar Dave

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