RE: Measure CPU utilization for a database

For a moment in time.

Also the % is an average over the last X minutes, whatever that is.   I think 
you will find that if you add up all the CPU % busy for each instance on the 
host, the will sum to greater than 100%.

To actually 'average' each instance across 24 hours is much harder in that the 
CPU for each instance can fluctuate a lot.  Batch processing at night is also a 
facter that will make the CPU fluctuate


Joel Patterson
Database Administrator
904 727-2546

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Subject: Re: Measure CPU utilization for a database

Thanks,
Since this figure comes from the snapshot values which my formula was derived 
from, Can we use the values which are stored in dynamic views as mentioned in 
my calculation?

With Regards,
Sreejith

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Sreejith S Nair
Associate Systems Architect | AOS DBA Team



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Date:        04/06/2011 06:09 PM
Subject:        Re: Measure CPU utilization for a database
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Go after awr INSTANCE CPU PERCENTAGES: % of busy cpu for instance. This
gives you instance cpu as percent of total host cpu.

Thank you.







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