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Pl/sql timer

A simple package to output the elapsed time between two points. Supports versions from 8i onwards. July 2005

Domains, Domains, My Kingdom for a Domain!

An exploration: Can Oracle's user-defined type system be put to use in
implementing domains and strict type-checking in the manner once envisioned
by database pioneers Ted Codd and Chris Date?



Read the full post at www.gennick.com/database.

Domains, Domains, My Kingdom for a Domain!

An exploration: Can Oracle's user-defined type system be put to use in
implementing domains and strict type-checking in the manner once envisioned
by database pioneers Ted Codd and Chris Date?



Read the full post at www.gennick.com/database.

Data dump utility

Procedure to dump the contents of a table or the results of a query to flat file. February 2004

Merge counter

A package to capture and report separate INSERT and UPDATE rowcounts from a MERGE statement. February 2004

Call stack parser

A small package of functions for parsing the PL/SQL call stack. Includes an implementation of "WHOAMI" and "CALLER". September 2003

Put_line

A simple wrapper to DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE to workaround the 255 byte limit (not needed from 10.2 onwards). April 2002

Practical Linux Performance and Application Troubleshooting Training

Training overview The emphasis of this class is on practical application troubleshooting and Linux OS performance tuning techniques. We’ll be using scripts and tools that you can use on any Linux machine whenever a problem happens, without having to first install a complex layer of monitoring tools.
At the same time, we will go way beyond what the classic sysadmin tools (like vmstat, iostat, top) have to offer. We will use a process/thread-level sampling approach instead of system wide averages and drill down into application activity from there.

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Practical Linux Performance and Application Troubleshooting Training

Training overview The emphasis of this class is on practical application troubleshooting and Linux OS performance tuning techniques. We’ll be using scripts and tools that you can use on any Linux machine whenever a problem happens, without having to first install a complex layer of monitoring tools.
At the same time, we will go way beyond what the classic sysadmin tools (like vmstat, iostat, top) have to offer. We will use a process/thread-level sampling approach instead of system wide averages and drill down into application activity from there.