RE: ProIV and Oracle?

  • From: <Dominic.Brooks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <cjnewman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 16:05:56 +0000

Is array / fetch sizing configurable in ProIV?

Possibly another thing to check is SDU settings?

-----Original Message-----
From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Newman, Christopher
Sent: 27 January 2011 15:50
To: oracle-l-freelists
Subject: ProIV and Oracle?

Greetings all,

We're running Oracle on Solaris 10, with a PROIV application running 
on a remote application server.  We aren't seeing any waits in the database, it 
appears that all the waits are SQL net related.  When the application runs on 
the DB server itself, using BEQ and without the listener running, things are 
quite speedy.  It appears the application executes a single statement, then 
performs (for example), 10,000 fetches, which is where the time is spent.  

So far we've done 10046 traces that show no DB waits, sqlnet tracing which only 
shows the connection (all work done in a single threaded, single connection), 
truss'd the ProIV process (Nothing to see there, just the network waits), and  
checked the network (it's OK, sub 1ms response times between hosts). 

Has anyone experienced this?  Are there other diagnostics we can run?  Anyone 
know how to speed up ProIV?  Our vendor says that ProIV is what it is, so 
application changes won't affect the performance (The sql code looks fine to me)




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