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RE: Database performance monitoring tool for developers.

From: Rodd Holman <>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 09:29:17 -0800
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Luminate (makers of Mamba) was acquired by EMC :-( It is no longer free. In fact it is no longer available separate from the EMC Control Center suite of tools. I agree it was a great tool.

Rodd Holman

On Wed, 2003-04-16 at 11:04, Goulet, Dick wrote:
> I'm sure that a lot of the members of the list have opinions on the
> subject, including myself. Now I like the developers and especially
> the duhvelopers to have access to tools that give them insight into
> what their application is doing to the database, but I much prefer
> them having that access (in a non destructive way) on the production
> DB as well. In development they may not have access to as much data
> as the production db holds, nor are they seeing the combined effects
> of all of the application at once. Mamba was one heck of a good tool
> for the purpose since it was read only. Anyone have an idea where one
> can acquire an updated copy of it or a replacement?? The original was
> FREE. OH well, maybe I'll have to invent my own again. Come on
> JAVA!!
> Dick Goulet
> Senior Oracle DBA
> Oracle Certified 8i DBA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bjørn Engsig []
> Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2003 10:54 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
> Subject: Re: Database performance monitoring tool for developers.
> No development should ever take place without the developers having
> access to performance monitoring tools. The developers really should
> be the first ones to see the effects on performance on their code.
> /Bjørn.
> Shamita & Chiran Ghosh wrote:
> > Hello, How does the list feel about providing developers access to
> > ad-hoc/real-time, problem solving diagnostics tool such as Spotlight, Mamba
> > etc. to developers to provide first-line support. I'm not so crazy about the
> > it; but was wondering on what the list's opinion would be. Comments please.
> > Thanks.
> >
> >
> > Chiran Ghosh
> >
> > email:
> >
> >
> --
> Bjørn Engsig, Miracle A/S
> Member of Oak Table Network
> -

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