RE: Statspack - Load Profile Section - "Transactions Per Second" Field ?........ Basic Qs

Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 01:43:46 +0530
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Hi Folks

From Statspack Report, what does "Transactions Per Second" field stand for?

Is its Value directly proportional to the Number of Commits issued?

How can the Value be INCREASED by changing the Application Transaction's Numbers / pattern Without Changing the Application Code? Will Application Transactions doing SELECTs only have NO impact on this Value?

NOTE - This is needed for a Benchmark which is underway.

Cheers & Thanks


Load Profile                            Per Second       Per Transaction
~~~~~~~~~~~~                       ---------------       ---------------
                  Redo size:          5,182,240.85              4,559.71
              Logical reads:            113,130.04
             Physical reads:                 30.79
            Physical writes:                876.68
                             . . .
                   Executes:             22,923.99
               Transactions:              1,136.53

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