Here are some scripts related to Disk I/O, Events, Waits .
DATAFILE I/O NOTES:
· File Name - Datafile name
· Physical Reads - Number of physical reads
· Reads % - Percentage of physical reads
· Physical Writes - Number of physical writes
· Writes % - Percentage of physical writes
· Total Block I/O's - Number of I/O blocks
· Use this report to identify any "hot spots" or I/O contention
PHYRDS "Physical Reads",
round((PHYRDS / PD.PHYS_READS)*100,2) "Read %",
PHYWRTS "Physical Writes",
round(PHYWRTS * 100 / PD.PHYS_WRTS,2) "Write %",
fs.PHYBLKRD+FS.PHYBLKWRT "Total Block I/O's"
select sum(PHYRDS) PHYS_READS,
where df.FILE# = fs.FILE#
order by fs.PHYBLKRD+fs.PHYBLKWRT desc
SGA STAT NOTES:
· Statistic Name - Name of the statistic
· Bytes - Size
order by NAME
· Sort Parameter - Name of the sort parameter
· Value - Number of sorts
· sorts (memory) - The number of sorts small enough to be performed entirely in sort areas without using temporary segments.
· sorts (disk) - The number of sorts that were large enough to require the use of temporary segments for sorting.
· sorts (rows) - Number of sorted rows
· The memory area available for sorting is set via the SORT_AREA_SIZE and SORT_AREA_RETAINED_SIZE init.ora parameters.
where NAME like 'sort%'
SYSTEM EVENT (ALL) NOTES:
· Event Name - Name of the event
· Total Waits - Total number of waits for the event
· Total Timeouts - Total number of timeouts for the event
· Time Waited - The total amount of time waited for this event, in hundredths of a second
· Average Wait - The average amount of time waited for this event, in hundredths of a second
round(AVERAGE_WAIT,2) "Average Wait"
order by TOTAL_WAITS
SYSTEM STATISTICS (ALL) NOTES:
· Stat# - Number of the statistic
· Name - Name of the statistic
· Class - Statistic class: 1 (User), 2 (Redo), 4 (Enqueue), 8 (Cache), 16 (OS), 32 (Parallel Server), 64 (SQL), 128 (Debug)
· Value - Value of the statistic
WAIT STATISTIC NOTES:
· Class - Class of block subject to contention
· Count - Number of waits by this OPERATION for this CLASS of block
· Time -Sum of all wait times for all the waits by this OPERATION for this CLASS of block
· Data Blocks - Usually occurs when there are too many modified blocks in the buffer cache; reduce contention by adding DBWR processes.
· Free List - May occur if multiple data loading programs run simultaneously.
· Segment Header - May occur when may full table scans execute simultaneously with data loading processes; aggravated by the parallel options. Reschedule data loading jobs to reduce contention;
· Sort Block - Rarely seen except when the Parallel Query option is used; reduce contention by reducing the degree of parallelism or decreasing the SORT_AREA_SIZE init.ora parameter setting.
· Undo Block - Very rarely occurs; may be caused by multiple users updating records in the same data block at a very fast rate; contention can usually be resolved by increasing the PCTFREE of the tables being modified.
· Undo Header - May occur if there are not enough rollback segments to support the number of concurrent transactions.
order by CLASS