RE: Parallel Threads

Seem my v$active_session_history view only has data for the last two hours.
Is this the default config, if so how can I change it?

 

Thanks,

Ken

 

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From: Riyaj Shamsudeen [mailto:riyaj.shamsudeen@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:48 AM
To: kennaim@xxxxxxxxx
Cc: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Parallel Threads

 

Hi Ken
  What version of Oracle ? If you have access to ASH data,
v$active_session_history has three columns qc_instance_id, qc_session_id and
qc_session_serial# can  be used to see how many slaves were used by a query
at a specific point in time.

select to_char(sample_time, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS') tm,  QC_INSTANCE_ID,
QC_SESSION_ID,count(*) from v$active_session_history
where QC_SESSION_ID is not null and session_id != qc_session_id
group by to_char(sample_time, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS'),QC_SESSION_ID,
QC_INSTANCE_ID
order by 1
/
TO_CHAR(SAMPLE_TIME,'DD-MO QC_INSTANCE_ID QC_SESSION_ID   COUNT(*)
-------------------------- -------------- ------------- ----------
11-MAR-2009 02:47:34                    1          1187          4
11-MAR-2009 02:47:34                    1          1574          1
11-MAR-2009 02:47:35                    1          1574          2
11-MAR-2009 02:47:36                    1          1187         12
11-MAR-2009 02:47:37                    1          1187         12
11-MAR-2009 02:47:37                    1          1574         12
11-MAR-2009 02:47:40                    1          1187          1
11-MAR-2009 02:47:40                    1          1574          2
11-MAR-2009 02:47:42                    1          1187          3
11-MAR-2009 02:47:42                    1          1574          3
11-MAR-2009 02:47:43                    1          1187          3
....  


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Riyaj Shamsudeen
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On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 8:35 AM, Kenneth Naim <kennaim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

How can I tell how many parallel threads were spawned by a parallel query
after the query completed. I have a query that normally takes a couple hours
but ran for 24 hours over the weekend. My theory is that the 40 parallel
threads were reduced by the optimizer for some reason so I'd like to know
how many threads it used.

 

Thanks,

Ken

 

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