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Resource intensive sessions and SQL

I frequently talk about optimizing top resource consumption.And now most obvious question from audience is always how to find such sessions/sqls. here are ways to get both while you dont have statspack snapshot you can use them as alternate.

Also see my previous blog magical ......

QUERY(cusomizable,according to your workload and) and Sample Output from SPOOL

1 SELECT ses.sid
2 , DECODE(ses.action,NULL,'online','batch') "User"
3 , MAX(DECODE(sta.statistic#,9,sta.value,0))
4 /greatest(3600*24*(sysdate-ses.logon_time),1) "Log IO/s"
5 , MAX(DECODE(sta.statistic#,40,sta.value,0))
6 /greatest(3600*24*(sysdate-ses.logon_time),1) "Phy IO/s"
7 , 60*24*(sysdate-ses.logon_time) "Minutes"
8 FROM V$SESSION ses
9 , V$SESSTAT sta
10 WHERE ses.status = 'ACTIVE'
11 AND sta.sid = ses.sid
12 AND sta.statistic# IN (9,40)
13 GROUP BY ses.sid, ses.action, ses.logon_time
14 ORDER BY
15 SUM( DECODE(sta.statistic#,40,100*sta.value,sta.value) )
16* / greatest(3600*24*(sysdate-ses.logon_time),1) DESC
17
SQL> /

SID User Log IO/s Phy IO/s Minutes
---------- ------ ---------- ---------- ----------
9 online 12913.0075 12912.9963 26.7166667
5 online 98.9491051 98.9362416 29.8
14 online 4578.26388 .012476606 26.7166667
19 online 3170.5866 .00270636 24.6333333
20 online 1328.76316 .035087719 1.9
18 online .111731844 .026536313 11.9333333
7 online .749860101 0 29.7833333
21 online .2 0 .5
6 online .016219239 0 29.8
1 online 0 0 29.8166667
2 online 0 0 29.8166667

SID User Log IO/s Phy IO/s Minutes
---------- ------ ---------- ---------- ----------
3 online 0 0 29.8166667
4 online 0 0 29.8

13 rows selected.



1 SELECT hash_value, executions, buffer_gets, disk_reads, parse_calls
2 FROM V$SQLAREA
3 WHERE buffer_gets > 1000
4 OR disk_reads > 100
5* ORDER BY buffer_gets + 100*disk_reads DESC
SQL>
SQL> /

HASH_VALUE EXECUTIONS BUFFER_GETS DISK_READS PARSE_CALLS
---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- -----------
2626326413 1 572 384 1
690085868 1 2575 134 1
2963598673 349 1095 55 6
657604649 1 1172 18 1

Use of AWR history data:

SELECT T1.*, DBA_HIST_SQLTEXT.sql_text,dba_hist_snapshot.BEGIN_INTERVAL_TIME
FROM
(
SELECT
sub.sql_id,
ROUND(sub.seconds_since_date/60,2) elapsed_time_delta_mins,
sub.execs_since_date,
sub.gets_since_date,
sub.snap_id,
ROUND(sub.seconds_since_date/DECODE(execs_since_date,0,1,execs_since_date)/60,2) avg_exec_time
FROM
( -- sub to sort before rownum
SELECT
sql_id,
ROUND(SUM(elapsed_time_delta)/1000000) AS seconds_since_date,
SUM(executions_delta) AS execs_since_date,
SUM(buffer_gets_delta) AS gets_since_date,
snap_id
FROM
dba_hist_snapshot NATURAL JOIN dba_hist_sqlstat
WHERE
dba_hist_sqlstat.parsing_schema_name='schema_name'
AND
begin_interval_time BETWEEN TRUNC(SYSDATE-1) AND TRUNC(SYSDATE)
-- SYSDATE-1 AND SYSDATE
GROUP BY
sql_id,snap_id
ORDER BY
2 DESC
) sub
WHERE ROWNUM <= 200
)T1 , DBA_HIST_SQLTEXT , dba_hist_snapshot
WHERE T1.sql_id=DBA_HIST_SQLTEXT.sql_id
AND T1.snap_id=dba_hist_snapshot.snap_id
--AND LOWER(DBA_HIST_SQLTEXT.sql_text) LIKE '%rule%'
ORDER BY T1.avg_exec_time DESC

select sql_id from top sqls in awr report and then see its execution plan as below:
select * from table (dbms_xplan.display_awr(sql_id));

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