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  1. Ravi Narayanaswamy

    Hey Tim –

    How are you doing? Long time. Hope all is well with you and family!

    Glad to see your new site… miss the scripts I “borrow” from the site and looking forward to seeing them again! I am looking for the top 10 queries script you used to have for 11gr2. O’well dealing with a company with 2 node RAC with constant Cluster Reconfiguration… and yikes things take longer all the time so looking to identify and start tuning the top queries. Looking forward to your RMOUG 2013 presentations.

    Regards,
    Ravi

    Reply
    1. Tim Gorman Post author

      Ravi, Good to hear from you! Sorry my papers and scripts are off-line at the moment — I’m just doing a million things at once right now, including learning more about WordPress. I’ll try have the papers and scripts posted in a media-gallery widget over the next 2 weeks.
      More soon…

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  2. NICOLAS

    TIM, EXCELLENT POST ….. YOUR SCRIPTS ARE VERY USEFULL TO LEARN AND TO RESEARCH IN MY JOB.
    I’M FROM ARGENTINA
    BEST REGARDS AND THANKS A LOT!

    NICOLAS

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  3. Sahir

    Hi,
    Very informative and helpful scripts you have posted here.
    I am looking for trigger referred in a post (http://www.evdbt.com/trclvl12.ddl) which is helpful to find the column name in case of ora-01438, but not able to find it. Can you please share it.
    looking forward to hear from you soon.

    Regards,
    Sahir Nadeem

    Reply
    1. Tim Gorman Post author

      Sorry for breaking the link; I switched over from my old HTML-based website to the present one powered by WordPress back in November, and I’m slowly getting the new website re-constituted with all the stuff that was on the old. You should find the TRCLVL12 script available for download on this page now.

      Thanks!!!

      Reply
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  5. Sonia

    Hi Ravi,

    Good collection of scripts !!! I have not gone through all but few of them. Wants to know do you have any script or data for statistics ? or else if you can guide me about what is the optimal way to look for statistics then good for me.

    Thanks, Sonia

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    1. Tim Gorman Post author

      Sonia,
      There is my bare-bones “cbo_stats.sql” script posted here, but if you want the complete picture on statistics used by and relevant for a specific SQL statement, look toward SQLT by Carlos Sierra of Oracle and available for download from http://support.oracle.com.
      Hope this helps…
      -Tim

      Reply
  6. Sonia

    Hi Tim,

    Thanks for your reply. From your reply I try to find on metalink but did not find “cbo_Stat.sql” in their search tool. can you guide me with link?

    Thanks again.
    Sonia

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    1. Tim Gorman Post author

      Sonia,

      “cbo_stats.sql” is my script, available on this page. SQLT (or SQLTXPLAIN) is a package available from Oracle Support on their website.

      Sorry for the confusion…

      -Tim

      Reply
  7. Sonia

    Hi Tim,

    no issues. Thanks again. will try to understand and implement your script in my test database.

    Reply
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  9. Anurag

    Hi Tim,

    How are you ?
    Hope you are doing well.

    To be very frank, I was really not aware of who is “Tim Gorman” until I was assigned on a task to find out all the oracle instances running on our company network. So when I have done some troubleshooting, I came to know about you and your contributions for oracle community. we all oracle users will be always thankful to you for all of your contributions.

    Now without stretching it much, straight forward coming to the point. Can you please explain the logic you have used in your famous scripts tnsprobe.sh and oraprobe.sh to find out running oracle instance on network.

    Or it would be great if you can upload those scripts here. 🙂

    Regards,
    Anurag

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  11. Jari Hämäläinen

    Hi!

    Could you please add the sphistory.sql script? In the comments of sqlhistory.sql the script is mentioned.
    The AWR script has been really useful for me!

    -Jari

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  12. AylaNme

    Thank you SO MUCH for your SQLHistory script! I was looking for exactly this! You have saved me hours of combing through dba_hist tables or, yikes!, trying to write this myself.

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  13. Haris

    Hello Tim
    Thank you for sharing useful scripts. I downloaded ash_xplan.sql and installed it successfully but i can’t get it working. Can you please help?

    linux7-0vbox:SYS@GENP> select * from table(ash_xplan.display_cursor(‘3c1kubcdjnppq’,0,’TYPICAL’));
    ERROR:
    ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error
    ORA-06512: at “SYS.ASH_XPLAN”, line 17
    ORA-06512: at “SYS.ASH_XPLAN”, line 375
    ORA-06512: at line 1

    no rows selected
    ————–
    the sql_id exists in gv$active_session_history below is from plan_table_output

    PLAN_TABLE_OUTPUT
    ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
    SQL_ID 3c1kubcdjnppq, child number 0
    ————————————-
    update sys.col_usage$ set equality_preds = equality_preds +
    decode(bitand(:flag,1),0,0,1), equijoin_preds = equijoin_preds
    + decode(bitand(:flag,2),0,0,1), nonequijoin_preds =
    nonequijoin_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,4),0,0,1), range_preds
    = range_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,8),0,0,1), like_preds
    = like_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,16),0,0,1), null_preds
    = null_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,32),0,0,1), timestamp =
    :time where obj# = :objn and intcol# = :coln

    Plan hash value: 477378112

    ———————————————————————————–
    | Id | Operation | Name | Rows | Bytes | Cost (%CPU)| Time |
    ———————————————————————————–
    | 0 | UPDATE STATEMENT | | | | 1 (100)| |
    | 1 | UPDATE | COL_USAGE$ | | | | |
    |* 2 | INDEX UNIQUE SCAN| I_COL_USAGE$ | 1 | 30 | 1 (0)| 00:00:01 |
    ———————————————————————————–

    Predicate Information (identified by operation id):
    —————————————————

    2 – access(“OBJ#”=:OBJN AND “INTCOL#”=:COLN)

    Thank you.

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  14. Haris

    Hi Tim
    Thank you for sharing the useful scripts. I donwloaded ash_xplan.sql and successfully installed. However, I can’t get it working as expected. Below is the errors reported

    linux7-0vbox:SYS@GENP> select * from table(ash_xplan.display_cursor(‘3c1kubcdjnppq’,0,’TYPICAL’));
    ERROR:
    ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error
    ORA-06512: at “SYS.ASH_XPLAN”, line 17
    ORA-06512: at “SYS.ASH_XPLAN”, line 375
    ORA-06512: at line 1

    no rows selected
    —–
    The sql_id existed.

    PLAN_TABLE_OUTPUT
    ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
    SQL_ID 3c1kubcdjnppq, child number 0
    ————————————-
    update sys.col_usage$ set equality_preds = equality_preds +
    decode(bitand(:flag,1),0,0,1), equijoin_preds = equijoin_preds
    + decode(bitand(:flag,2),0,0,1), nonequijoin_preds =
    nonequijoin_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,4),0,0,1), range_preds
    = range_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,8),0,0,1), like_preds
    = like_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,16),0,0,1), null_preds
    = null_preds + decode(bitand(:flag,32),0,0,1), timestamp =
    :time where obj# = :objn and intcol# = :coln

    Plan hash value: 477378112

    ———————————————————————————–
    | Id | Operation | Name | Rows | Bytes | Cost (%CPU)| Time |
    ———————————————————————————–
    | 0 | UPDATE STATEMENT | | | | 1 (100)| |
    | 1 | UPDATE | COL_USAGE$ | | | | |
    |* 2 | INDEX UNIQUE SCAN| I_COL_USAGE$ | 1 | 30 | 1 (0)| 00:00:01 |
    ———————————————————————————–

    Predicate Information (identified by operation id):
    —————————————————

    2 – access(“OBJ#”=:OBJN AND “INTCOL#”=:COLN)

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  15. help refuges

    Hey there just wanted to give you a quick heads up and
    let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading correctly.
    I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.

    I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same results.
    help refuges

    Reply

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