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The monitoring tasks can be divided into the following categories:


SQL statement monitoring

Database layer utilization and efficiency monitoring


Storage cell layer utilization and efficiency monitoring

The SQL Statement Monitoring can be done in following ways


Monitoring SQL Statements with Real-Time SQL Monitoring Reports Reporting Real-Time SQL Monitoring Data with DBMS_SQLTUNE

Manually Querying Real-Time SQL Monitoring Data


Monitoring SQL Statements using V$SQL and V$SQLSTATS
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Click the SQL Monitoring link in the Enterprise Manager performance page

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using Grid Control or Enterprise Manager Database Console the SQL monitoring details can be extract using the DBMS_SQLTUNE.REPORT_SQL_MONITOR package function .

We can access the data of Grid Control or Enterprise Manager Database Console from the V$ views directly.
GV$SQL_MONITOR view contains the statement execution-level monitoring data. The GV$SQL_PLAN_MONITOR view contains execution plan line-level metrics ,monitored and updated in real time. We can query the

IO_INTERCONNECT_BYTES and compare it to PHYSICAL_READ_BYTES and


PHYSICAL_WRITE_BYTES to determine the offloading efficiency by each individual execution plan line. The GV$ACTIVE_SESSION_HISTORY view contains columns like

SQL_PLAN_LINE_ID,SQL_PLAN_OPERATION and SQL_PLAN_OPTIONS.We can


query these columns, in addition to SQL_ID, to find the top rowsources of an SQL execution plan, too, instead of just listing the top SQL statement.

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The V$SQL and V$SQLSTATS views still do have some advantage over SQL Monitoring and ASH-style sampled data in a few cases. For example, if you want to measure metrics like the number of executions, buffer gets, parse calls, fetches, or rows returned by the SQL child cursor, you can get this data from both Real-time SQL Monitoring (V$SQL_MONITOR) or the V$SQL/V$SQLSTATS views, but not ASH. But the problem with SQL Monitoring is that it doesnt monitor short-running queries at all, therefore making it unusable for keeping track of OLTP-style small queries executed many times per second.

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Exadata Storage cell monitoring done can be done in following ways


Monitoring with metrics & alerts using cellcli .

Monitoring of active requests on the Exadata Storage Server .


Using Oracle Enterprise Manager for monitoring .

Using Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager .

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show metric short names


CellCLI> LIST METRICDEFINITION CD_IO_BY_R_LG CD_IO_BY_R_LG_SEC CD_IO_BY_R_SM CD_IO_BY_R_SM_SEC .. .. N_MB_SENT N_MB_SENT_SEC N_NIC_KB_RCV_SEC N_NIC_KB_TRANS_SEC N_NIC_NW N_RDMA_RE

show metric description and details


CellCLI> LIST METRICDEFINITION CL_CPUT DETAIL; name: CL_CPUT description: "Percentage of time over the previous minute that the system CPUs were not idle." metricType: Instantaneous objectType: CELL unit: %

list latest snapshot in detail


CellCLI> LIST METRICCURRENT CL_CPUT DETAIL; name: CL_CPUT alertState: normal collectionTime: 2011-05-16T09:31:53-05:00 metricObjectName: enkcel01 metricType: Instantaneous metricValue: 5.3 %
objectType: CELL

show historical metric snapshots


CellCLI> LIST METRICHISTORY CL_CPUT; CL_CPUT enkcel01 2.2 % 2011-05-06T12:00:46-05:00 CL_CPUT enkcel01 2.4 % 2011-05-06T12:01:49-05:00 CL_CPUT enkcel01 2.1 % 2011-05-06T13:00:15-05:00 CL_CPUT enkcel01 0.3 % 2011-05-06T13:01:15-05:00 TRY_TM
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to display the alert definitions for the cell


CellCLI> LIST AERTDEFINITION HardwareAlert DETAIL name: HardwareAlert alertShortName: Hardware alertSource: Hardware alertType: Stateless description: "Hardware Alert" metricName:

Alert History
CellCLI> LIST ALERTHISTORY WHERE severity = 'critical AND examinedBy = '' DETAIL

Acknowledging Alerts
CellCLI> ALTER ALERTHISTORY 123456633/All examinedBy='JohnSmith

Propagating Alerts via SNMP and SMTP CellCLI> ALTER CELL smtpServer='smtp.example.com', smtpFromAddr='exadataV2@example.com', smtpFrom='John Smith', smtpToAddr='john.smith@example.com', snmpSubscriber=((host=host1),(host=host2)), notificationPolicy='critical, warning, clear', notificationMethod='mail, snmp Creating Threshold Alerts CellCLI> CREATE THRESHOLD gd_io_errs_min.gd_threshold warning=100, critical=200, comparison='='

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Monitoring Active Requests The I/O requests that are actively processed by the Exadata Storage Servers can be monitored using the activerequest
LIST ACTIVEREQUEST WHERE ioType = <type of the I/O activity> DETAIL

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The System Monitoring Plug-in for Oracle Exadata Storage Server enables you to manage and monitor Storage Server targets using Grid Control . To monitor Exadata Storage Server create a group and add storage cell metrics.

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