8.103 V$BACKUP_SYNC_IO

V$BACKUP_SYNC_IO displays performance information about ongoing and recently completed RMAN backups and restores.

For each backup, it contains one row for each input data file, one row for the aggregate total performance of all data files, and one row for the output backup piece. This data is not stored persistently, and is not preserved when the instance is re-started.

Column Datatype Description

SID

NUMBER

The Oracle SID of the session doing the backup or restore

SERIAL

NUMBER

The use count for the SID doing the backup or restore

USE_COUNT

NUMBER

A counter that can be used to identify rows from different backup sets

RMAN_STATUS_RECID

NUMBER

Owning V$RMAN_STATUS record ID

RMAN_STATUS_STAMP

NUMBER

Owning V$RMAN_STATUS record stamp

DEVICE_TYPE

VARCHAR2(17)

The device type where the file is located

TYPE

VARCHAR2(9)

INPUT, OUTPUT, or AGGREGATE

STATUS

VARCHAR2(11)

NOT STARTED, IN PROGRESS, or FINISHED

FILENAME

VARCHAR2(513)

The name of the backup file being read or written

SET_COUNT

NUMBER

The set count of the backup set being read or written

SET_STAMP

NUMBER

The set stamp of the backup set being read or written

BUFFER_SIZE

NUMBER

The size of the buffers being used to read/write this file, in bytes

BUFFER_COUNT

NUMBER

The number of buffers being used to read/write this file

TOTAL_BYTES

NUMBER

The total number of bytes that will be read or written for this file, if known. If not known, this column will be null.

OPEN_TIME

DATE

The time this file was opened. If TYPE='AGGREGATE', then this is the time that the first file in the aggregate was opened.

CLOSE_TIME

DATE

The time this file was closed. If TYPE='AGGREGATE', then this is the time that the last file in the aggregate was closed.

ELAPSED_TIME

NUMBER

The time, in hundredths of a second, that the file was open

MAXOPENFILES

NUMBER

The number of concurrently open DISK files. This value is only present in rows where TYPE='AGGREGATE'.

BYTES

NUMBER

The number of bytes read or written so far

EFFECTIVE_BYTES_PER_SECOND

NUMBER

The I/O rate that was achieved with this device during this backup

IO_COUNT

NUMBER

The number of I/Os that were performed to this file

IO_TIME_TOTAL

NUMBER

The total time, in hundredths of a second, taken to do I/O for this file

IO_TIME_MAX

NUMBER

The maximum time taken for a single I/O request

DISCRETE_BYTES_PER_SECOND

NUMBER

The average transfer rate for this file

CON_ID

NUMBER

The ID of the container to which the data pertains. Possible values include:

  • 0: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to the entire CDB. This value is also used for rows in non-CDBs.

  • 1: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to only the root

  • n: Where n is the applicable container ID for the rows containing data