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How to Trace SQL Execution with the dbms_monitor Package

Kim Floss, noted author of Oracle SQL Tuning & CBO Internals  just published a great article on SQL tracing in Oracle 10g:
 
http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/04-sep/o54talking.html

Because tracing a SQL session can be a difficult process, Oracle 10g has incorporated a new built-in feature called dbms_monitor. 

With Oracle Database 10g, Oracle rationalizes SQL tracing through a new built-in package, DBMS_MONITOR, which encompasses the functionality of previously undocumented trace tools, such as the DBMS_SUPPORT package.

In this article, Kim Floss provides information from getting started with setting parameters to analyzing the trace results.

Getting Started

As with prior Oracle database releases, trace files are output to the directory specified by the user_dump_dest parameter of the server's initialization file (or spfile).

Setting Up Tracing with DBMS_MONITOR

The DBMS_MONITOR package has routines for enabling and disabling statistics aggregation as well as for tracing by session ID, or tracing based upon a combination of service name, module name, and action name.

Setting Up Tracing with Enterprise Manager

Setting up tracing through Oracle Enterprise Manager starts on the Top Consumers page (available from the Performance page in the Additional Monitoring Links section)

Analyzing Trace Results

Whether you use DBMS_MONITOR or Oracle Enterprise Manager to set up tracing, you'll use the trcsess command line tool to consolidate trace files.

Kim Floss covers the above areas in great detail to help anyone new to Oracle 10g trace SQL execution with dbms_monitor.
 


 

 
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