- From: "Niall Litchfield" <niall.litchfield@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: paul.baumgartel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2006 18:41:51 +0100
neither did I till I read it in , I think, Cary's book.
It is of course in TFM
SORTS Sorts traced SQL statements in descending order of specified sort option before listing them into the output file. If more than one option is specified, then the output is sorted in descending order by the sum of the values specified in the sort options. If you omit this parameter, then TKPROF lists statements into the output file in order of first use. Sort options are listed as follows
-- the above from the 9.2 docs.
On 9/6/06, Baumgartel, Paul <paul.baumgartel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I thought I knew tkprof well, but I never knew that the sort effectively means sort by the sum of these 3 not by each in turn. Thanks, Niall.
-----Original Message----- From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Niall Litchfield Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 11:55 AM To: danielwfink@xxxxxxxxx Cc: crcbedoy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: TKPROF
Almost exactly my preferences. I tend to add in a record=sqlfilename as well. I find this can help me understand the transactions a wee bit better often.
To the OP what Daniel's command will give you is user issued SQL ( i.e no recursive sql) in descending elapsed time order (the sort effectively means sort by the sum of these 3 not by each in turn) and with wait information detailed (assuming you captured it in the trace).
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