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    Analyzing StatsPack Reports

    Hi,

    Any article at any site or any document is availble to analyze the reports generated from STATSPACK.

    Thanks..

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    I did not read the book that you dont recommend, but im curious, why you do not recommend the book?

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    It's more geared towards writing your own reports against the statspack tables. Personally, I got a lot out of the book, but I already knew how to read a statspack report.
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    This book only tells to get the reports from the statpack tables. But I feel if are able to analyze the reports produced by Oracle Statspack and get remedy, that will be a great.

    I need some conclusive analysis of the report. Is there any other book or article on analysing of Statspack report and finding the solution..?

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    go to metalink and search for performance tuning, you will see at least 10 notes

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    Or go to http://www.oraperf.com./analyze.html
    to upload your file and see.
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