Re: Statspack - Load Profile Section - "Transactions Per Second" Field ?........ Basic Qs
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 13:46:57 -0600
I believe that is the number of currently open transactions.
On Feb 6, 2008 1:00 PM, VIVEK_SHARMA <VIVEK_SHARMA_at_infosys.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks
> From Statspack Report, what does "Transactions Per Second" field stand
> 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
> 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 99.54
> Block changes: 23,949.24 21.07
> Physical reads: 30.79 0.03
> Physical writes: 876.68 0.77
> User calls: 25,832.19 22.73
> Parses: 1,579.15 1.39
> Hard parses: 0.01 0.00
> Sorts: 537.52 0.47
> Logons: 9.31 0.01
> Executes: 22,923.99 20.17
> Transactions: 1,136.53
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