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Oracle average active sessions high threshold

I am trying make sense of the DB load from the AWR report for a period handed over to me by DBA. Researching a bit, I see the "Average active sessions" is a metric widely used to measure DB load. It ...
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Need DDL for an Oracle Table that would be 1 row = 1 8K Block

For performance testing in our performance environment we want a means to turn over SGA the way production does. Our performance environment is a fraction of production and production's very nature ...
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Instead of static list, using a table select result for IN key

I use a static list for some queries WHERE clause like WHERE STypeID IN ('12', '13', '14', '265') This list will be changed in the future; new values will be added. When list changed, I don't want ...
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Database is slow once in a while

I am executing a web service for 100 times. The average response time of this service is 1.5 seconds. But when I look at the response time of each execution individually, there are a few executions ...
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Why isn't oracle using an index for distinct query ?

This is the scenario SQL> exec dbms_stats.gather_table_stats(user,'TM', cascade=>true) PL/SQL procedure successfully completed. SQL> SELECT SEGMENT_NAME , SEGMENT_TYPE , BYTES / 1024 / ...
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Index for date column for range query in Oracle?

We have a lot: select count(*) from TBL where XDATE between ? and ? and FLD = ?; We expect to boost performance by tuning index on XDATE column (which have DATE type). What type of indexes more ...
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List partitioning or filtering a non-partitioned table, which incurs lower cost?

Consider a list partitioned table PARTITIONED__SOURCE_TBL on column period, and non-partitioned table SOURCE_TBL also having the same columns. Assume all tables are adequately indexed. Set 1: ...
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Question about Oracle's interpretation of “host cpu utilization” in v$sysmetric view

I am studying the v$sysmetric view from Oracle and trying to understand what is Oracle's interpretation of "Host CPU Utilization" It says in the metric_unit as % busy/(idle + busy), but what is busy? ...