Sunday, March 8, 2009

Script: DB Access Monitoring Report

-- ################################################################
--
-- %Purpose: DB Access Monitoring Report 
--           (Full Table and Index Scans, Chained Rows)
--
-- Use:      Needs Oracle DB Access
--
-- ################################################################
--
set feed off;
set pagesize 10000;
set wrap off;
set linesize 200;
set heading on;
set tab on;
set scan on;
set verify off;
set termout on;

column  STATISTIC#  form 999        head 'Id'
column  NA          form a32        head 'Statistic'
column  RIA         form 990.90     head 'Row Access via|Index [%]'
column  RTS         form 990.90     head 'Row Access via|Table Scan [%]'
column  RA          form 9999999990 head 'Rows accessed'
column  PCR         form 990.90     head 'Chained|Rows [%]'
colum   CL          form 990.90     head 'Cluster|Length'

ttitle  left  'DB Access Monitoring Report'  skip 2

spool   db_access.log

select  rpad (NAME, 32, '.') as NA,
        VALUE
  from  V$SYSSTAT
 where  NAME like '%table scan%'
    or  NAME like '%table fetch%'
    or  NAME like '%cluster%';

ttitle  off

select  A.VALUE + B.VALUE                     as RA,
        A.VALUE / (A.VALUE + B.VALUE) * 100.0 as RIA,
        B.VALUE / (A.VALUE + B.VALUE) * 100.0 as RTS,
        C.VALUE / (A.VALUE + B.VALUE) * 100.0 as PCR,
        E.VALUE / D.VALUE                     as CL
  from  V$SYSSTAT A,
        V$SYSSTAT B,
        V$SYSSTAT C,
        V$SYSSTAT D,
        V$SYSSTAT E
 where  A.NAME = 'table fetch by rowid'
   and  B.NAME = 'table scan rows gotten'
   and  C.NAME = 'table fetch continued row'
   and  D.NAME = 'cluster key scans'
   and  E.NAME = 'cluster key scan block gets'
/

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