As my loyal readers will know, I have been a big (maybe BIG) fan of the SQL Monitor Report since it’s introduction in 11g. It would not surprise me if I have looked at over 1000 SQL Monitor Reports in the past 4+ years — so I’m pretty familiar with these bad boys. Since I find them so valuable (and many customers are now upgrading to 11g), I’ve decided to do a deep dive into the SQL Monitor Report at both Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in October and the UKOUG in December. I think I have some pretty interesting and educational examples, but for anyone willing to share Active SQL Monitor Reports from their system, I thought I would extend the possibility to have it publicly discussed at either one of these sessions (or even a future blog post). Sound cool? I think so, though I may be slightly biased.
The Rules & Requirements
Here are some rules, requirements, restrictions, etc.:
- The SQL Monitor Report requires Oracle Database 11g and the Oracle Database Tuning Pack.
- By sending me your SQL Monitor Report you implicitly grant permission to me to use it however I want (in my sessions, on my blog, on my refrigerator, etc.).
- If you want to scrub it (remove the SQL Text, rename tables, etc.), feel free, but if you make the report unusable, it will end up in the bit bucket.
- I will only consider SQL Monitor Reports that are of type EM or ACTIVE, not TEXT or HTML or XML.
- I prefer the statement uses Parallel Execution, but will accept serial statements nonetheless.
- Active SQL Monitor Reports can be either saved from the EM/DB Console SQL Monitoring page, or via SQL*Plus (see code below).
- Once you save your Active SQL Monitor Report, validate it is functional from your browser (don’t send me broken stuff).
In order to participate in this once in a lifetime offer, just email the Active SQL Monitor Report file as an attachment to email@example.com. If you are going to be attending my session at either OOW11 or UKOUG11, let me know so if I choose your report I’ll notify you so you can bring your friends, significant other, boss, etc. Thanks in advance!
-- -- script to create an Active SQL Monitor Report given a SQL ID -- 11.2 and newer (EM/ACTIVE types are not in 11.1) -- set pagesize 0 echo off timing off linesize 1000 trimspool on trim on long 2000000 longchunksize 2000000 feedback off spool sqlmon_4vbqtp97hwqk8.html select dbms_sqltune.report_sql_monitor(report_level=>'ALL', type=>'EM', sql_id=>'4vbqtp97hwqk8') monitor_report from dual; spool off