Oracle updating records within same cursor

May 07, 2003 - am UTC sqlnet message from client means .....we were sitting idle waiting for the client to bug us to do something.I am looking at some oracle views (v$system_event, v$session_event & v$session_wait) to make sense of the info gathered. It basically means that it can happen as the result of an idle wait (which is "innocent") or as the result of a non-idle wait (we were REALLY truly waiting for this to finish before doing something else) For example: [email protected] It is showing that we are idle However, its not ALWAYS an idle wait event.Top waits now are: db_file_sequential_read log_file_parallel_write io done. Say you are running a pro*c app you wrote, its a batch program. You look and see that the sql*net message from client is HUGE -- guess what that means.It is a bummer when the data you need is strewn throughout your database sort of all over the place. Hi tom , With Your Referance for just do this for x in ( query1 joined to query2 ) loop process. Hi Tom, I run a query from SQL*Plus (connected directly - no connect string passed).Actually i would like to tell what we are doing is.. I have a very unpredictable and high wait against SQL*Net message from client, when I see the SQL Trace.It leads me to believe the coder only knew how to do row at a time processing, and doesn't do any bulk SET oriented operations.

Thanks now, looking at that tkprof -- that "whatever" statement you have the report for runs instantly -- less then 5/1000ths of a second by the wall clock.

If so how big a Oracle buffer is used for each batch of logfile parallel write.

( I've read from an article that ARC process reads from the redo logs alternatively buffer = archive_log_buffer_size). of io requests* Thanks October 17, 2001 - am UTC the number of IO requests is how many requests we made to perform IO. If you have 1meg of data to write, you typically don't do it in one big call.

The Ask TOM team is taking a break over the holiday season. IO done, this event is used by the IO slave processes (oracle Innn) when waiting for slave IO processes to complete a request or by idle slave IO processes waiting for work. COM select event, time_waited 2 from v$session_event 3 where sid = ( select sid from v$mystat where rownum = 1 ) 4 and event = 'SQL*Net message from client' 5 / EVENT TIME_WAITED ---------------------------------------------------------------- ----------- SQL*Net message from client 925 Here the sql*net message from client is a true IDLE wait event.

Thanks for being a member of the Ask TOM community. This year we've answered over 2800 of your questions and followed up on 3500 reviews. One of our systems has serious problems on certain days. This wait event is used in both IDLE and NON-IDLE conditions so can be very misleading. COM select event, time_waited 2 from v$session_event 3 where sid = ( select sid from v$mystat where rownum = 1 ) 4 and event = 'SQL*Net message from client' 5 / EVENT TIME_WAITED ---------------------------------------------------------------- ----------- SQL*Net message from client 263 [email protected] As we sit in sqlplus, it just keeps on ticking up.....

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