Finding your trace file from SQL*PLUS

>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle
Run this script from your sqlplus session to find trace files.

You must set TRACE_DIR and ORACLE_SID in
this script Put trace in < $HOME/bin > make it executable
and run it from sqlplus session.

Example: SQL> ! trace 

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Note:You Must Run this script from your sqlplus session

Author: Neaman



clear
n1=’ps |grep sqlplus|awk ‘{print $1}’ ‘
n2=’ps -ef|grep $n1|grep oracle”$ORACLE_SID”|awk ‘{print $2}”
TRACE_DIR=/u02/app/oracle/admin/$ORACLE_SID/udump

echo ” 1.Do you want to view raw trace file”
echo ” 2.Do you want to format trace file and view it”
read choice
if [ “$choice” = “1” ];
then cat $TRACE_DIR/”$ORACLE_SID”_ora_$n2.trc|more
else
if [ “$choice” = “2” ];
then
tkprof $TRACE_DIR/”$ORACLE_SID”_ora_$n2.trc $TRACE_DIR/trace_session_$n2
clear
echo “Your TKPROF formated file name is $TRACE_DIR/trace_session_$n2.prf ”
echo ” Do you want to read it now y/n ”
read ans
if [ “$ans” = “y” ];
then
cat $TRACE_DIR/trace_session_$n2.prf|more
else
if [ “$ans” = “n” ];
then
echo “Happy Hunting Perfomance Problems”
fi
fi
fi
fi



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