Oracle Interview questions


Total available count: 35
Subject - Databases
Subsubject - Oracle

What is a deadlock? Explain?

Two processes waiting to update the rows of a table, which are locked by other processes then deadlock arises. In a database environment, this will often happen because of not issuing the proper row lock commands. Poor design of front-end applications may cause this situation and the performance of the server will reduce drastically.

These locks will be released automatically when a rollback or commit operation performed or any one of these processes being killed externally. 

For example, Transaction A might hold a lock on some rows in the Accounts table and needs to update some rows in the Orders table to finish.




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What is hash cluster?
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When you use WHERE clause and when you use HAVING clause?
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