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Optimize stats oracle 11g

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Hello,

How can I optimize stats on oracle 11g?
Can I use dbms_gather_stats, please?

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bibi
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what do you mean by "optimize" stats?

You can and should gather statistics using the dbms_stats package.
11g should have a dbms_scheduler job already running to periodically collect stats.
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Yes, you should use dbms_stats.

What stats are you wanting to gather?  Table, schema, index, ???  The choice is up to you.

Do you want to 'estimate' or not?  Again, up to you.

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Thanks bibi
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