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SpViewer is developed generally for Oracle DBAs to provide a more convenient way to report and analyze performance data for over 100 performance metrics gathered by Oracle Statspack Utility or Automatic Workload Repository (AWR).
SpViewer is the tool with GUI interface with several useful features which helps an Oracle DBA to work with Oracle Statspack performance data more quickly and productively.
SpViewer will enable Oracle DBA to see how Oracle Instance’s performance metrics change with the course of time. That is, SpViewer takes the performance data stored in the Oracle Statspack tables and presents it as graphical charts or trend reports.
Experienced DBA’s know that measuring performance data over time can provide great insights into hourly, daily, and weekly “signatures”. These signatures, in turn, tell the DBA when specific database tasks are stressing the database.
Thus, an Oracle DBA can see and analyze the various performance trends and able to decide what administrative actions to take to maintain Oracle Instance’s performance at a given level.

 

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This article describes the Oracle performance diagnostic tool known as Oracle 12.2.0.1 Performance Tuning Advisor (PTAN) which is part of Oracle Database 12.2.0.1.
PTAN applies a suite of techniques using statistics gathered from the various components of the Oracle Database instance being diagnosed to optimize the performance of the instance. The goal of the performance tuning advisor is to help the user identify one or more performance metrics that need to be analyzed, as well as to evaluate the effect of each possible tuning option on the performance metrics identified.
PTAN uses Oracle Diagnostics Advisor as a starting point to help tune the instance. Other tuning approaches may be used in addition to Oracle Diagnostics Advisor in order to tune a production instance.
PTAN is used to execute the following actions:

Choosing an alternative database configuration that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying new problem areas that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Identifying an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Executing an Oracle Diagnostics Advisor analysis of the problem on the production system.

Analyzing log files to determine if additional problem areas exist.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Analyzing the database and evaluating the impact of the change on the performance of the system.

Choosing an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Executing the alternative tuning methodology.

Analyzing log files to determine if additional problem areas exist.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Choosing an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production system.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Identifying an additional problem area that may have been missed during the initial diagnosis phase.

Choosing an alternative tuning approach that may improve the performance of a production
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SpViewer Professional

spViewer is designed to be used with any Oracle DBAs who collect, analyze, or report on Oracle Instance’s performance metrics. It is designed to be used with Oracle 8i or later.
A DBAs spend a lot of time looking at reports and data produced by the Oracle Instance manager and other front-end systems.
Many times, reports delivered via AWR or the Oracle Instance manager do not provide the level of information you need to keep the system running at peak performance levels.
The Oracle Instance Manager is a great tool for gathering performance metrics. However, this tool is not very user friendly.
For example, a DBA must do a great deal of work manually to make the data reports useful.
spViewer allows the Oracle DBA to quickly and easily review the performance data stored in the Oracle Instance’s Performance tables.
Take a look at the following example to see how spViewer can improve the Oracle DBA’s ability to monitor and manage the performance of an Oracle Instance:
spViewer collects data from each instance in your database. It also stores data for those instances in a database table.
This data is made available to you through a GUI interface, which is provided as a default part of spViewer.
spViewer will display charts that show, for example, how each instance’s performance changes over time.
You can drill down in any particular chart to see what performance characteristics are being used by each instance over time.
Also, you can run any SQL statement to pull data stored in your spViewer database back into Oracle Instance’s Performance table.
The spViewer program is written in Java.
All operating systems are supported, including Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Mac OS.
spViewer is being distributed as a source code package, which can be used, modified, and redistributed by you as long as you follow the terms of the spViewer license.
To download spViewer software for your own Oracle Instance, you must register your software and enter your license key (or be licensed by you).
Oracle will generate a license key for you.
This license key must match your organization’s to run spViewer.
When you register your software, your Oracle Instance Manager User’s Guide should help you generate your license key.
Please note that registration for spViewer is required to use any features of the Oracle Instance

What’s New In?

spViewer Professional:SpViewer is designed for Oracle DBAs to quickly see and analyze Oracle Instance’s performance data. The collection of over 100 performance metrics together with the creation of changeable graphical charts allow you to see when the Oracle Instance is stressing. The charts can be set to show how metrics are changing over time.
An Oracle DBA can determine when specific database tasks are stressing the database. For example, a particular query might create a peak in the Oracle Instance’s CPU load. Analyzing this “signature” allows the DBA to determine whether to monitor the query to see whether the performance of the query continues to exceed the thresholds established for the selected metrics.
spViewer Professional will enable you to work with Oracle Statspack performance data more quickly and productively.
Other features include:
– Using several Java AWT toolkit components, including JTable, JButton, and so on, SpViewer provides a GUI for Oracle DBA to see and analyse the various performance trends and able to decide what administrative actions to take to maintain the database system’s performance.
– When you use spViewer, you can select any number of Oracle Instance’s performance metrics to track using report parameters
– All generated charts are changeable, allowing you to add and remove columns as you add or remove metrics
– Supports interactive queries that access the underlying database via JDBC
– View existing performance data collected by Oracle Data Mining, to compare with that collected by AWR or Oracle Statspack Utility
– Generates reports using the standard JDBC, ODBC, and so on, to compare with Oracle performance analysis tools
– Generates reports using the standard JDBC, ODBC, and so on, to compare with Oracle performance analysis tools
– Can be controlled by Oracle JRockit Enterprise Edition scheduled task
– Supports JDBC, ODBC, or external report generator

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Oracle Enterprise Manager

Oracle Database Infrastructure

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Performance Analysis and Monitoring

spViewer Aversion Professional: SpViewer Aversion is a free-to-use version of spViewer that runs on any recent version of Oracle Database Cluster.
The spViewer Aversion allows you to use the existing option of view performance data (in the Oracle Cluster sense) on a per-instance, on a per-cluster or even on a per-schema basis.
Some of its features include:
– Support for Oracle Cluster or Multic

System Requirements:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7/8/10/Win64
Processor: 1.8 GHz dual core or faster
Memory: 1 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce 6 series, 7 series or newer
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 16 GB available space
Additional Notes: 32-bit drivers for multi-core processors are required
Recommended:
Processor: 2.0 GHz dual core or faster
Memory: 2 GB

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