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7.203 V$GES_CONVERT_REMOTE → V$GES_CONVERT_REMOTE displays values for remote GES enqueue conversions. This view records average
PL/SQL Functions that SQL Statements Can Invoke → Packages and Types Reference. Dynamic performance views: [G]V$RESULT_CACHE_STATISTICS [G]V … $RESULT_CACHE_MEMORY [G]V$RESULT_CACHE_OBJECTS [G]V$RESULT_CACHE_DEPENDENCY See Oracle Database Reference for more … information about [G]V$RESULT_CACHE_STATISTICS, [G]V$RESULT_CACHE_MEMORY,
Declaring Associative Array Constants → '; Ret(9):= 'nine'; RETURN Ret; END Init_My_AA; END My_Types; / DECLARE v CONSTANT My_Types.My_AA … DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(TO_CHAR(Idx, '999')||LPAD(v(Idx), 7)); Idx:= v.NEXT(Idx); END LOOP; END; END
Conditional Compilation Examples → Database release number. Each BOOLEAN constant of the form VER_LE_ v has the value TRUE if the database … version is less than or equal to v. otherwise, it has the value FALSE. Each BOOLEAN constant of the … form VER_LE_ v_r has the value TRUE if the database version is less than or equal to v and release
D PL/SQL Reserved Words and Keywords → can display them with the dynamic performance view V$RESERVED_WORDS. For information about this view … , SQL, START, SUBTYPE T TABAUTH, TABLE, THEN, TO, TYPE U UNION, UNIQUE, UPDATE V VALUES, VIEW, VIEWS W … , UNSIGNED, UNTRUSTED, USE, USING V VALIST, VALUE, VARIABLE, VARIANCE, VARRAY, VARYING, VOID W WHILE, WORK, WRAPPED, WRITE Y YEAR
Formal and Actual Subprogram Parameters → SUBTYPE n1 IS NUMBER(1); SUBTYPE v1 IS VARCHAR2(1); PROCEDURE p (n n1, v v1) IS... But you cannot … ), v VARCHAR2(1)) IS... Tip: To avoid confusion, use different names for formal and actual parameters
Cursors Overview → cursors that each user session currently has opened and parsed, query the dynamic performance view V … for information about the dynamic performance view V$OPEN_CURSOR Oracle Database Reference for information about the initialization parameter OPEN_CURSORS
Contents → $GCSPFMASTER_INFO 7.201 V$GES_BLOCKING_ENQUEUE 7.202 V$GES_CONVERT_LOCAL 7.203 V$GES_CONVERT_REMOTE 7.204 … USER_ZONEMAP_MEASURES 6.624 USER_ZONEMAPS Part III Dynamic Performance Views 7 Dynamic Performance (V … $) Views: V$ACCESS to V$HVMASTER_INFO 7.1 About Dynamic
Oracle Database → … Li, B. Llewellyn, V. Moore, T. Raney, K. Rich, C. Wetherell, G. Viswanathan, M. Yang This software
Part V Distributed Database Management → You can manage a distributed database environment.
Part V Oracle Instance Architecture → This part describes the basic structural architecture of the Oracle database instance. This part contains the following chapters: Oracle Database Instance Memory Architecture Process Architecture Application and Networking Architecture
Part V Optimizer Statistics → The optimizer relies on statistics to create execution plans. This part contains the following chapters: Optimizer Statistics Concepts Histograms Managing Optimizer Statistics: Basic Topics Managing Optimizer Statistics: Advanced Topics
Identifying Bottlenecks with V$BACKUP_SYNC_IO and V$BACKUP_ASYNC_IO → You can use the V$BACKUP_SYNC_IO and V$BACKUP_ASYNC_IO views to determine the source of backup or … restore bottlenecks and to see detailed progress of backup jobs. V$BACKUP_SYNC_IO contains rows when … the I/O is synchronous to the process (or thread on some platforms) performing the backup. V … SQL*Plus and
Using the V$DB_CACHE_ADVICE View → The V$DB_CACHE_ADVICE view shows the simulated miss rates for a range of potential buffer cache … is not used if the number of buffers in a buffer pool is small to begin with. To use the V … workload on the database instance. Allow the workload to stabilize before querying the V … $DB_CACHE_ADVICE view. Query the V$DB_CACHE_ADVICE
Viewing Oracle ASM File Access Control Information → You can view information about Oracle ASM File Access Control in the columns of the V$ASM_USER, V … $ASM_USERGROUP, V$ASM_USERGROUP_MEMBER, and V$ASM_FILE views. Example 6-5 shows information about … Oracle ASM File Access Control users displayed in the V$ASM_USER view. Example 6-6 shows information
Using V$ Views to Query Backup Metadata → In some cases, V$ views supply information that is not available through use of the LIST and REPORT … commands. This section describes cases in which V$ views are particularly useful. This section
Using V$ Views for RMAN Troubleshooting → , some V$ views can provide useful details. Sometimes it is useful to identify exactly what a server … for obtaining information about RMAN jobs. Table 24-4 Useful V$ Views for Troubleshooting View … Description V$PROCESS Identifies currently active processes V$SESSION Identifies currently active sessions … channels.
Part V Diagnosing and Responding to Failures → The following chapters describe how to diagnose and respond to media failures and data corruptions. This part of the book contains the following chapters: RMAN Data Repair Concepts Diagnosing and Repairing Failures with Data Recovery Advisor Validating Database Files and Backups Performing Complete Database Recovery Performing Flashback and Database Point-in-Time Recovery Performing Block Media Recovery
Recovering All Blocks in V$DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION → In this scenario, RMAN automatically recovers all blocks listed in the V$DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION … view. To recover all blocks logged in V$DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION: Start SQL*Plus and connect to the … target database. Query V$DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION to determine whether corrupt blocks exist. For … example, execute the following