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Posted on 2009-04-14
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   Can u please  look into AWR report & kindly suggest few things to improve the Performance of DB!  

Thanks & regards
 JD
awrrpt-1-481-489-1-.txt
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by:sventhan
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what is the issue?
Is it something specific you'd like to know from this report?
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by:junaid_baig1
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Yes ! I want to improve the Performance of DB ! Can  u please suggest  few things that  i can do in order to improve the performance of DB after looking into the AWR report !
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sventhan earned 500 total points
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all you have to do is download spviewer.com tool and that'll analyze the awr for you.
I also recomend you to have this tool.
http://www.dba-oracle.com/t_sample_statspack_analysis.htm
 have fun with awr.
good luck.
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 thanks it works

regards
JD
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