Re: Row Migration/Rowchaining

This will show you the table  for chained rows, not sure if it covers 
migrated or not, anyone else?

 select owner, table_name, chain_cnt from dba_tables where chain_cnt > 0;

joe

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Fast + Right is Expensive
Fast + Cheap will be incorrect.
Right + Cheap will take a while.



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Row Migration/Rowchaining






In my database when I run the following query against v$sysstat, I find
huge number of migrated/chained rows.

SQL> SELECT name, value
       FROM v$sysstat
       WHERE name = 'table fetch continued row';

NAME                               VALUE
---------------------------------- --------
table fetch continued row          2327441

How do I find to which table these migrated/chained rows belong?

Please help.

Thanks,

Rao 


























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