This repository contains two versions of the MyStats utility. This reports on the resource usage between two snapshots in an active database session. It is a combination of Jonathan Lewis's SNAP_MY_STATS package and my own re-factoring of Tom Kyte's runstats utility (also available via www.oracle-developer.net or github.com/oracle-developer/runstats). I've also added some functionality and flexibility around the statistics reporting section.
There are two versions provided.
This creates via a single PL/SQL package named MYSTATS_PKG. This uses invoker rights and dynamic SQL to workaround the common issue whereby developers are not given explicit grants on the required V$ views but have V$ access via a role. See the comments in the package header for more details and usage instructions.
This version is a standalone SQL*Plus script that runs MyStats from your SQLPATH without the need to create any database objects. This can be used if you are not able to create the PL/SQL package version of MyStats. See the comments in the script header for more details and usage instructions.
3.0 Version History
Version Date Description -------- --------------- ---------------------------------------------- 1.0 June 2007 Original version 1.1 January 2009 Added extended reporting options 2.0 October 2011 Re-design for standalone script version 2.01 November 2011 Bug-fix for numeric overflow 3.0 November 2015 Added extended snapshot and reporting options
- Credit is given to Jonathan Lewis for his original idea of taking two snapshots to identify resource consumption.
- Thanks to Martin Bach for suggesting (and providing a prototype) for extended snapshot and reporting options.
This project uses the MIT License. See https://github.com/oracle-developer/mystats/blob/master/LICENSE
Adrian Billington (c) www.oracle-developer.net