Automatic workload repository settings such as retention period, snapshot interval and number of top SQLs to capture (from table underlying the view dba_hist_wr_control). Note that for executing Blitz Report queries on AWR data, you require a Diagnostic pack license as explained in Oracle’s note 1490798.1: https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&id=1490798.1
topnsql=DEFAULT means the database captures the top 30 SQLs from 5 different categories (Elapsed Time, CPU Time, Parse Calls, Shareable Memory, Version Count) for each snapshot interval. So the default setting would capture a maximum of 150 different SQLs per snapshot, depending on system load.
Settings are modified by package dbms_workload_repository where interval parameters passed are specified in minutes. Example: A 35 days retention with snapshot intervals of 30 minutes and 50 top SQLs captured is set as follows:
exec dbms_workload_repository.modify_snapshot_settings (retention=>35*1440, interval=>30, topnsql=>50);
A common problem is that AWR records are not getting purged, see Oracle note 1292724.1. If column ‘Orphan Sess History Count’ is bigger than zero, then orphan records not belonging to the current DB’s snapshots should get purged either ‘manually’ table by table:
delete /*+ parallel(x 4) */ from wrh$_active_session_history wash where (wash.dbid, wash.instance_number, wash.snap_id) not in (select ws.dbid, ws.instance_number, ws.snap_id from wrm$_snapshot ws) alter table wrh$_active_session_history shrink space cascade;
or by a generic script:
begin for c in ( select x.* from ( select distinct dt.num_rows, dt.row_movement, dtc.table_name, listagg(dtc.column_name,’, ‘) within group (order by dtc.column_name) over (partition by dtc.table_name) table_columns, count() over (partition by dtc.table_name) column_count from dba_tables dt, dba_tab_columns dtc where dt.owner=dtc.owner and dt.table_name=dtc.table_name and dtc.owner=’SYS’ and dtc.table_name like ‘WRH$_%’ escape ‘' and dtc.column_name in (‘DBID’,’INSTANCE_NUMBER’,’SNAP_ID’) ) x where x.table_columns in (‘DBID, INSTANCE_NUMBER, SNAP_ID’,’DBID, SNAP_ID’) order by x.num_rows desc ) loop if c.table_columns=’DBID, INSTANCE_NUMBER, SNAP_ID’ then execute immediate ‘ delete /+ parallel(x 4) / ‘||c.table_name||’ x where x.dbid is not null and x.instance_number is not null and x.snap_id is not null and (x.dbid, x.instance_number, x.snap_id) not in (select ws.dbid, ws.instance_number, ws.snap_id from wrm$_snapshot ws)’; dbms_output.put_line(sql%rowcount||’ records deleted from ‘||c.table_name); elsif c.table_columns=’DBID, SNAP_ID’ then execute immediate ‘ delete /+ parallel(x 4) */ ‘||c.table_name||’ x where x.dbid is not null and x.snap_id is not null and (x.dbid, x.snap_id) not in (select ws.dbid, ws.snap_id from wrm$_snapshot ws)’; dbms_output.put_line(sql%rowcount||’ records deleted from ‘||c.table_name); end if; if c.row_movement=’ENABLED’ then execute immediate ‘alter table ‘||c.table_name||’ shrink space cascade’; dbms_output.put_line(c.table_name||’ shrinked’); end if; commit; end loop; end;
To purge obsolete data from old DBIDs: http://www.strategicdbs.com/p/removing-old-dbid-data.html
begin for c in (select distinct dfus.dbid from dba_feature_usage_statistics dfus where dfus.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd)) loop dbms_swrf_internal.unregister_database(c.dbid); end loop; delete wri$_dbu_usage_sample wdus where wdus.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd); delete wri$_dbu_feature_usage wdfu where wdfu.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd); delete wri$_dbu_high_water_mark wdhwm where wdhwm.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd); delete wri$_dbu_cpu_usage wdcu where wdcu.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd); delete wri$_dbu_cpu_usage_sample wdcus where wdcus.dbid not in (select vd.dbid from v$database vd); commit; end;
If you would like to try one of these Oracle EBS SQLs without having Blitz Report installed, note that some of the reports require functions from utility package xxen_util.
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Blitz Report™ is based on Oracle EBS forms technology, and hence requires minimal training. There are no data or performance limitations since the output files are created directly from the database without going through intermediate file formats such as XML.
Blitz Report can be used as BI Publisher and Oracle Discoverer replacement tool. Standard Oracle BI Publisher and Discoverer reports can also be imported into Blitz Report for immediate output to Excel. Typically, reports can be created and version tracked within hours instead of days. The concurrent request output automatically opens upon completion without the need for re-formatting.
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