RE: Norbert Debes - trace file analyser

Thanks Niall,
 
>> ...
>> The solution was to pass the cached cursor handle (which probably is
the address) through
>> and display it instead of the cursor number. This should mean that
the text is only
>> printed on the first parse of SQL statement and the size of the trace
file goes back to 
>> something reasonable.
I'm not seeing that in my trace file! The sql text is being output for
every parse, hard or soft:

PARSING IN CURSOR #140136345356328 len=360 dep=0 uid=2995 oct=2 lid=2995
tim=1313055014330192 hv=3633137198 ad='7254d378' sqlid='6jf6bsmc8ujjf'
INSERT INTO "LW_MEASURED" ("RUN_ID", ...) VALUES (:V00001,...)
END OF STMT

...

PARSING IN CURSOR #140136345356328 len=360 dep=0 uid=2995 oct=2 lid=2995
tim=1313055015833694 hv=3633137198 ad='7254d378' sqlid='6jf6bsmc8ujjf'
INSERT INTO "LW_MEASURED" ("RUN_ID", ...) VALUES (:V00001,...)
END OF STMT

And so on.


Cheers,
Norm.

Norman Dunbar
Contract Senior Oracle DBA
Capgemini Database Team (EA)
Internal : 7 28 2051
External : 0113 231 2051


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