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is there a way to automate the awr and addm reports - I want to run them every day for a period of one day - how do you find the right start/end numbers?  I need this to fit into a script I can put in cron.

oracle 11g aix 6

thanks
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To find the min/max ids for yesterday try this:

SELECT MIN(snap_id) minid, MAX(snap_id) maxid
  FROM dba_hist_snapshot
 WHERE begin_interval_time >= TRUNC(SYSDATE) - 1 AND end_interval_time < TRUNC(SYSDATE)
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by:bkreynolds48
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ok - but how do I script this to run the awr and addm report - how do you get those values into
@awr
and
@addm
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you can just call the report functions yourself once you have the inputs.

try something like this...

SELECT output
  FROM (SELECT MIN(snap_id) minid, MAX(snap_id) maxid
          FROM dba_hist_snapshot
         WHERE begin_interval_time >= TRUNC(SYSDATE) - 1 AND end_interval_time < TRUNC(SYSDATE)),
       TABLE(
           DBMS_WORKLOAD_REPOSITORY.awr_report_text(
               (SELECT dbid
                  FROM v$database),
               (SELECT instance_number
                  FROM v$instance),
               minid,
               maxid
           )
       );
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is there a way to make this html?
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change

awr_report_text

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awr_report_html
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great ! :)
thanks much
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