The Database Replay page is shown.
On the right of the page, the following text appears: Page Refreshed May 1, 2009 11:05:14 AM PDT. The Refresh button is to the right of the text.
The following text appears: "Database Replay allows workloads to be captured from production systems and re-executed with high fidelity on test copies of production databases. This enables detailed analysis of how the proposed changes may affect production systems; for instance, patching or upgrading database software."
A table follows with the following columns: Task, Task Name, Description, and Go to Task.
Row 1 has the following values: 1, Capture Workload, Capture a workload from the production environment. This can be scheduled to accommodate a database restart if desired, (forward icon).
Row 2 has the following values: 2, Preprocess Workload, Preprocessing prepares a captured workload for replay. You must do this once for every captured workload. Preprocessing is best performed in the test database. The captured workload must be accessible from the test database, (forward icon).
Row 3 has the following values: 3, Replay Workload, Replay the preprocessed workload on a test copy of the production database, (forward icon).
Below the table is a link labeled "View Workload Capture History". Below the link is the Active Capture and Replay table. The table has the following columns: Select, Name, Type, Directory Object, and Start Time. Row 1 has the following values: (null), No items found, (null), (null), (null).
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