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Monitor index usage

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonMay 12,  2015

Question:  I want to monitor my Oracle indexes and see the resources associated with each index.  Is it possible to monitor an index for physical disk reads?

Answer:  You can use AWR and/or STATSPACK (no extra charge) to monitor index usage.  Earl Shaffer of  OracleMan Consulting offers this handy script to display the disk reads and rows processed for a specific index.

clear break
col begintvtm heading 'Interval|Time|Begin' format a8
col objnm  heading 'Index Name' format a30
col dskrdstot heading 'Disk|Reads' format 99,999,999
col rwsprctot heading 'Proc-ed|Rows' format 99,999,999
break on begintvtm
spool indexsqlsnap.lis
select
 to_char(s.begin_interval_time,'mm-dd hh24') begintvtm ,
 p.object_name objnm ,
 sum(t.disk_reads_total) dskrdstot,
 sum(t.rows_processed_total) rwsprctot
from
 dba_hist_sql_plan p,
 dba_hist_sqlstat t,
 dba_hist_snapshot s
where
 p.sql_id = t.sql_id and
 t.snap_id = s.snap_id and
 p.object_type like '%INDEX%'
group by
 to_char(s.begin_interval_time,'mm-dd hh24'),
 p.object_name
order by
 begintvtm ,
 dskrdstot desc,
 objnm
/
spool off
ttitle off
clear col
clear break
set echo on feedback on lines 80 pages 60

OUTPUT

Interval
Time                                                                Disk     	Proc-ed
Begin               Index Name                             Reads   	Rows
--------              ------------------------------        ------      	-----------
02-12 14          I_IDL_UB11                           3,930   	6,808
                        I_TYPE2                                  2,481   	0
                        I_USER2                                 2,344   		2,093
                        I_IDL_UB21                           1,362   	3,828
                        I_OBJ4                                     1,100   	948
                        I_IND1                                      886      	948
                        I_LINK1                                  876      	946
                        I_SUM$_1                               876      	946
                        I_OBJ#_INTCOL#                  566     	 25,263
                        I_OBJ1                                      554      	10,366
                        MGMT_TARGETS_PK           451      	0 

 

 


 

 

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