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This blog is intended to share my knowledge on Oracle and various scripts that I use as an oracle DBA.
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Creating an ACFS filesystem

Mon, 2017-05-01 15:12

About ACFS filesystem ACFS mean  Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System. This filesystem volume resides inside the ASM database and can be used to store database files but also any type of files with or without direct relation to the database. Oracle ACFS does not support Oracle Grid Infrastructure or Oracle Cluster Registry voting files. … Continue reading Creating an ACFS filesystem

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Datapump in parallel with a shell script

Thu, 2016-12-29 14:23

I recently came across an issue while exporting a huge partitioned table for a data migration. The export took years without any obvious reason. After some research I found that the parallelism wasn’t working, I could only see one datapump worker at a time, then I found this note explaining the behaviour (Doc ID 1467662.1) … Continue reading Datapump in parallel with a shell script

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Datapump in parallel with a shell script

Thu, 2016-12-29 14:23

I recently came across an issue while exporting a huge partitioned table for a data migration. The export took years without any obvious reason. After some research I found that the parallelism wasn’t working, I could only see one datapump worker at a time, then I found this note explaining the behaviour (Doc ID 1467662.1) … Continue reading Datapump in parallel with a shell script

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Monitoring long running operations

Tue, 2016-12-27 11:03

It can be quite useful to be able to monitor long running operations on your database, the view v$session_longops can be used to estimate the time necessary for certain operations to finish. Monitoring long running operations scripts Here is a script to monitor a RMAN backup: [crayon-5908925b9135b502422156/] Here is a sample result: [crayon-5908925b91363147312183/] Here is … Continue reading Monitoring long running operations

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Monitoring long running operations

Tue, 2016-12-27 11:03

It can be quite useful to be able to monitor long running operations on your database, the view v$session_longops can be used to estimate the time necessary for certain operations to finish. Monitoring long running operations scripts Here is a script to monitor a RMAN backup: [crayon-5863774448cb1162851675/] Here is a sample result: [crayon-5863774448cbb212560092/] Here is … Continue reading Monitoring long running operations

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Moving objects from one tablespace to another

Mon, 2016-11-07 10:57

This script will help you to move all objects from one tablespace to another, note that you will need downtime to move tables to another tablespace with this script, the operation can be done online using the dbms_redefinition package thought. Moving objects [crayon-5908925b91584858349268/] You can also modify the script to move objects of a specific … Continue reading Moving objects from one tablespace to another

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Moving objects from one tablespace to another

Mon, 2016-11-07 10:57

This script will help you to move all objects from one tablespace to another, note that you will need downtime to move tables to other tablespace with this script, the operation can be done online using the dbms_redefinition package thought. Moving objects [crayon-5820d56021c6e347798014/] You can also modify the script to move objects of a specific … Continue reading Moving objects from one tablespace to another

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Database maintenance tasks

Wed, 2016-03-23 15:46

The default maintenance window is not a good fit for every database, by default the maintenance window start at 10 PM and run for 4 hours during the week and start at 6 AM and last for 20 hours during the week-end. A different window exists for each day of the week and all the windows … Continue reading Database maintenance tasks

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Database maintenance tasks

Wed, 2016-03-23 15:46

The default maintenance window is not a good fit for every database, by default the maintenance window start at 10 PM and run for 4 hours during the week and start at 6 AM and last for 20 hours during the week-end. A different window exists for each day of the week and all the windows … Continue reading Database maintenance tasks

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Find missing or stale statistics

Wed, 2016-03-16 15:20

Purpose Statistics are primordial for the optimizer to choose the best execution plan possible. Sometimes you encounter a sub-optimal plan and need to find out if the tables involved in the statement are up to date. This query will help you find out which tables have been modified significantly since the last statistics gathering. For … Continue reading Find missing or stale statistics

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Find missing or stale statistics

Wed, 2016-03-16 15:20

Purpose Statistics are primordial for the optimizer to choose the best execution plan possible. Sometimes you encounter a sub-optimal plan and need to find out if the tables involved in the statement are up to date. This query will help you find out which tables have been modified significantly since the last statistics gathering. For … Continue reading Find missing or stale statistics

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Analyze database activity using v$log_history

Wed, 2015-09-09 13:26

The v$log_history view contains important information on how application’s users use the database , this view can help you define periods with the most activity in the database. v$log_history queries You can adapt the query to your needs, you just have to change the way you format the date to be able to drilldown to the … Continue reading Analyze database activity using v$log_history

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Analyze database activity using v$log_history

Wed, 2015-09-09 13:26

The v$log_history view contains important information on how application’s users use the database , this view can help you define periods with the most activity in the database. v$log_history queries You can adapt the query to your needs, you just have to change the way you format the date to be able to drilldown to the … Continue reading Analyze database activity using v$log_history

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SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

Thu, 2015-04-02 09:34

What is SQLcl ? SQLcl is a new command line interface like SQL*PLUS coming along with SQL Developper 4.1 Early Adopter. It is a lightweight tool (only 11MB) developed by the SQL Developer team fully compatible with Windows and Unix/Linux. You don’t need to install it so it is totally portable. The tool does not need … Continue reading SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

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SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

Thu, 2015-04-02 09:34

What is SQLcl ? SQLcl is a new command line interface like SQL*PLUS coming along with SQL Developper 4.1 Early Adopter. It is a lightweight tool (only 11MB) developed by the SQL Developer team fully compatible with Windows and Unix/Linux. You don’t need to install it so it is totally portable. The tool does not need … Continue reading SQLcl, a revolution for SQL*Plus users

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Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history

Mon, 2014-11-24 09:30

This query returns the top 5 wait events for the last hour from the v$active_session_history view. Be careful, this view is part of the diagnostic pack, you should not query this view if you not licensed for it. Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history [crayon-5908925b92337457831627/] This is obviously an approximation, because v$active_session_history contains only 1 second samples, and … Continue reading Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history

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Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history

Mon, 2014-11-24 09:30

This query returns the top 5 wait events for the last hour from the v$active_session_history view. Be careful, this view is part of the diagnostic pack, you should not query this view if you not licensed for it. Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history [crayon-5820d56023beb531338939/] This is obviously an approximation, because v$active_session_history contains only 1 second samples, and … Continue reading Top 5 wait events from v$active_session_history

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OCP 12C – Oracle Data Redaction

Mon, 2014-10-27 08:00

What is Oracle Data Redaction ? Oracle Data Redaction is meant to mask (redact) sensitive data returned from application queries. Oracle Data Redaction doesn’t make change to data on disk, the sensitive data is redacted on the fly before it is returned to the application. You can redact column data by using one of the following methods: Full … Continue reading OCP 12C – Oracle Data Redaction

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OCP 12C – Oracle Data Redaction

Mon, 2014-10-27 08:00

What is Oracle Data Redaction ? Oracle Data Redaction is meant to mask (redact) sensitive data returned from application queries. Oracle Data Redaction doesn’t make change to data on disk, the sensitive data is redacted on the fly before it is returned to the application. You can redact column data by using one of the following methods: Full … Continue reading OCP 12C – Oracle Data Redaction

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OCP 12C – Resource Manager and Performance Enhancements

Fri, 2014-10-24 08:16

Use Resource Manager for a CDB and a PDB Managing Resources between PDBs The Resource Manager uses Shares ans Utilization limit to manage resources allocated to PDBs. The more “Shares” you allocate to a PDB, the more resource it will have. Shares are allocated through DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.CREATE_CDB_PLAN_DIRECTIVE. One directive can only concern one PDB and you can’t … Continue reading OCP 12C – Resource Manager and Performance Enhancements

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