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Oracle Database Instance


A database instance is a set of memory structures that manage database files. A database is a set of physical files on disk created by the CREATE DATABASE ...

Ask Tom "database vs instances"


I am little confused about Oracle Database and instances. If I have created a database DB1, and started it,open for all users, does it mean it is one instance?

What is an instance? - SearchOracle - TechTarget


Before I define an instance, I should define a "database." In Oracle, a database is a collection of files that reside on the server. These are the datafiles belonging ...

What is a Database Instance - Computer Notes


The environment of database is said to be instance. A database instance or an ' instance' is made up of the background processes needed by the database.

Difference between a database and an instance [Oracle]


An instance is the software (and memory) that Oracle uses to manipulate the data in the database. In order for the instance to be able to manipulate that data, the ...

Database Engine Instances (SQL Server) - MSDN - Microsoft


Applies To: SQL Server 2016. An instance of the Database Engine is a copy of the sqlservr.exe executable that runs as an operating system service.

Defining the Instance Database - TechNet - Microsoft


... for instance objects, and, if creating a new database, the specifications for the database. The instance database stores instance metadata and subscriber data.

Meaning of an "instance of a database" - Software Engineering ...


Jan 18, 2015 ... The way that I've seen "instance" used, at least in business contexts, is a deployment of a given database (schema + data). For example, I might ...

Database Schemes and Database Instances


Database Systems: Concepts and Architectures: Database Schemes and Database Instances.

Definition and Examples of Database Instance


Nov 20, 2016 ... A database instance is the entire database environment, but vendors may use the term in a specific way.