How does the database_trace_enable
procedure of dbms_monitor work?
The database_trace_enable parameter procedure is
used as part of the
to trace for a specific
set tracefile_identifier = 'dbms_monitor';
=> true, binds => false, instance_name => 'MYINST');
To turn off database tracing, issue this
Also see my
notes on the
You can query the tracing with the dba_enabled_traces
view and see the trace file location with these queries:
name ='default trace
The database_trace_enable is a
procedure that enables or turns tracing for the specified instance. The plan stat parameter valid values are
NEVER, FIRST_EXECUTION (same as NULL) and ALL_EXECUTIONS.
Also see my notes on how to find
find an Oracle trace file
Using dbms_monitor.database_trace_enable may
generate zillions of trace files and could fill-up your
trace directory with xxx.trc files. It is a
very rare case when you want to trace all activity within a
running database istance.
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