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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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DBA_HIST_UNDOSTAT

DBA_HIST_UNDOSTAT displays the history of histograms of statistical data to show how well the system is working. The available statistics include undo space consumption, transaction concurrency, and length of queries executed in the instance. This view contains snapshots of V$UNDOSTAT.

Column Datatype NULL Description
BEGIN_TIME DATE NOT NULL Identifies the beginning of the time interval
END_TIME DATE NOT NULL Identifies the end of the time interval
DBID NUMBER NOT NULL Database ID for the snapshot
INSTANCE_NUMBER NUMBER NOT NULL Instance number for the snapshot
SNAP_ID NUMBER NOT NULL Unique snapshot ID
UNDOTSN NUMBER NOT NULL Represents the last active undo tablespace in the duration of time. The tablespace ID of the active undo tablespace is returned in this column. If more than one undo tablespace was active in that period, the active undo tablespace that was active at the end of the period is reported.
UNDOBLKS NUMBER   Represents the total number of undo blocks consumed. You can use this column to obtain the consumption rate of undo blocks, and thereby estimate the size of the undo tablespace needed to handle the workload on your system.
TXNCOUNT NUMBER   Identifies the total number of transactions executed within the period
MAXQUERYLEN NUMBER   Identifies the length of the longest query (in number of seconds) executed in the instance during the period. You can use this statistic to estimate the proper setting of the UNDO_RETENTION initialization parameter. The length of a query is measured from the cursor open time to the last fetch/execute time of the cursor. Only the length of those cursors that have been fetched/executed during the period are reflected in the view.
MAXQUERYSQLID VARCHAR2(13)   SQL identifier of the longest running SQL statement in the period
MAXCONCURRENCY NUMBER   Identifies the highest number of transactions executed concurrently within the period
UNXPSTEALCNT NUMBER   Number of attempts to obtain undo space by stealing unexpired extents from other transactions
UNXPBLKRELCNT NUMBER   Number of unexpired blocks removed from certain undo segments so they can be used by other transactions
UNXPBLKREUCNT NUMBER   Number of unexpired undo blocks reused by transactions
EXPSTEALCNT NUMBER   Number of attempts to steal expired undo blocks from other undo segments
EXPBLKRELCNT NUMBER   Number of expired undo blocks stolen from other undo segments
EXPBLKREUCNT NUMBER   Number of expired undo blocks reused within the same undo segments
SSOLDERRCNT NUMBER   Identifies the number of times the error ORA-01555 occurred. You can use this statistic to decide whether or not the UNDO_RETENTION initialization parameter is set properly given the size of the undo tablespace. Increasing the value of UNDO_RETENTION can reduce the occurrence of this error.
NOSPACEERRCNT NUMBER   Identifies the number of times space was requested in the undo tablespace and there was no free space available. That is, all of the space in the undo tablespace was in use by active transactions. The corrective action is to add more space to the undo tablespace.
ACTIVEBLKS NUMBER   Total number of blocks in the active extents of the undo tablespace for the instance at the sampled time in the period
UNEXPIREDBLKS NUMBER   Total number of blocks in the unexpired extents of the undo tablespace for the instance at the sampled time in the period
EXPIREDBLKS NUMBER   Total number of blocks in the expired extents of the undo tablespace for the instance at the sampled time in the period
TUNED_UNDORETENTION NUMBER   System tuned value indicating the period for which undo is being retained