Wednesday, August 09, 2006


This entry is more so I have a easy to reference link for answering "how do I monitor my DB" questions that always crop up.

Using and installing

statspack for oracle9i release 2

statspack for oracle10g Now called AWR but the statspack stuff is still there and is included, AWR is a extra cost option I believe.

I can't find any online documentation for installing statspack in 8i.

But in 8.1.6+ if you read $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/spdoc.txt it tells you pretty much everything you need to know about statspack.

The spdoc.txt script exists in all versions at the same location in the oracle home.

If you don't use statspack - learn it and use it.

Over at the Pythian groupShervin Sheidaei has started a thread on a New STATSPACK Methodology It looks promising, he says he has more instore for us.


Joel Garry said...

I can't find any online documentation for installing statspack in 8i.

metalink Note:94224.1 includes a link to Note:149113.1, the installation instructions.

(If you get invalid link, try it again after signing on.)

Herod T said...

Thanks Joel!

Dave Edwards said...

Thanks for the advice, herod. I covered this post in the current Log Buffer.


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