The application is only runnig one query every 5 seconds and other query every 3 seconds. There are not other activity with the application over the database.
There is only one user in the application and the CPU consumption starts to rise up to 100%.
The execution time for each query is 30ms. Furthermore, this problem only occurs in 11gR1. In 10g database (10.2.0.2 or 10.2.0.4) is not happening. We have running the same application since 4 years and this never happened.
We update the statistics every day.
Anyone have any idea?
It happened something like this to someone?
The CPU is used by these queries, there are a lot of buffer gets and the top wait event is latch: cache buffer chain.
The problem is that in other environment with Oracle 11g (220.127.116.11) and 10g these problems doesn't happen.
My question is if the optimizer of 11g can change the execution plan, even if the statistics doesn't be updated. And in one moment to another the Oracle may be resolve the execution plan in the wrong way - is just a guess.
The most rare is that these are optimized SQL statements.
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