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Posted on 2014-03-05
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I'm showing these views as being invalid objects even after i run utlrp.
SYSTEM    GV_$LOADCSTAT VIEW
SYSTEM    V_$LOADTSTAT VIEW
SYSTEM    V_$LOADCSTAT VIEW
SYSTEM    GV_$LOADTSTAT VIEW
How do i find out how to get them valid?
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by:flow01
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show error view SYSTEM.GV_$LOADCSTAT VIEW

else check the dba_errors/all_errors view for more information
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Flow, sorry, that would not help.

The following dynamic performance views were made obsolete in release 9.2:
GV$ Views               V$ Views
GV$LOADCSTAT       V$LOADCSTAT
GV$LOADTSTAT       V$LOADTSTAT

For more info:
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Mil gracias
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