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Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Data Skew Fixed By Baselines Part II (Sound And Vision)

  In my previous post, I discussed how the Automatic Indexing task by using Dynamic Sampling Level=11 can correctly determine the correct query cardinality estimates and assume the CBO will likewise determine the correct cardinality estimate and NOT use an index if it would cause performance to regress. However, if other database sessions DON’T use […]

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Data Skew Fixed By Baselines Part I (The Prettiest Star))

In my previous few blog posts, I’ve been discussing some issues in relation to how Automatic Indexes handle SQL statements that accesses skewed data. In this post, I’m going to setup the scenario in which Automatic Indexing can potentially use Baselines to help address some of these issues. BUT, as we’ll see, I’m having to […]

Enabling constraint in parallel

Recently I did some tuning of data generation scripts, which purpose is to build large amount of representative data for application testing. Direct-path inserts are in use and as a prerequisite all constraints and indexes on target tables are disabled before the load and are enabled after it. Since I wanted to utilize available resources on the machine for that task, almost each step uses parallel execution. Well, kind of almost, because enabling constraints didn’t run in parallel, although I’ve politely asked Oracle to do so. I’ll explain here why it didn’t work.

OOW 2010 Session Stats with Confidence

Thank you very much to all those who attended my session "Stats with Confidence". Unfortunately I was delayed by the keynote running late. With the big party coming up, I appreciate the spirit of those brave souls who stayed back. The late start didn't allow me to show the demo completely. But here are the scripts; hope you will be able to follow it along and run it on your own infrastructure.

It contains the presentation as well. Thanks for attending and hope you will find it useful.

Thank you for

Thank you for all those who attended my webcast today on SQL Plan Management for All India Oracle User Group. It was a privilege to present before you and to be able to address your questions. I am sorry I couldn;t read all the questions properly; since it was extremely difficult to see the questions scrolling up in the tiny chat window. Also, as the webcast was designed, I couldn't hear anything the attendees were saying.

The presentation and the associated SQL scripts are available here. The article I referred to can be found here.

If you have a question regarding that specific webcast, please post a comment here and I will address it here. Please, limit your questions to the material discussed in the webcast only.