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How does oracle avoid dead lock when we create an idex on the foreign Key column ? Found many experts say this, but i never really found what is the logic behind this. So any replies provided are appreciated . thanks in advance gangadhar
I heard from our dev team that our db tables are designed such that there is no chance of deadlock. How to test whether the Database tables design avoids deadlock? By reviewing the db scripts (table creation) can we find whether the db table design is deadlock proof or not? What else can we do?...
Hi, We are doing Database FailOver testing (DBFO). As part of this, we want to check if primary db is in deadlock state then what happens? whether the transactions will go to back up db or not? How to get the primary db into deadlock state? Appreciate your help.