Server information from v$views or from dictionary !!
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    Server information from v$views or from dictionary !!

    Is there any v$ views we can look to find server related information.
    (e.g server name from v$instance). Similarly is it possible to get number of CPU, how much total memory etc etc.(both for 9i and 10G.

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    cpu_count for cpu, v$instance for host none for memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk
    cpu_count for cpu, v$instance for host none for memory
    couldn't find cpu_count or v$cpu_count ?
    WHat about OS version ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk
    cpu_count for cpu, v$instance for host none for memory
    Can you please point me to any documentaion for all v$views

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk
    cpu_count for cpu, v$instance for host none for memory

    SO you mean CPU_COUNT fom v$parameter.
    Please let me know a complete dictionary view list documentation if you have handy

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