Re: Performance graphs

From: Jack van Zanen <>
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2012 08:52:21 +1100
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If management wants to see graphs from several locations/systems than surely someone must be kicking of a project to come up with a uniform way (tool) to display all these graphs.
There are many products out there that do this.

If not you can even pull in AWR data into excel and generate your own. Just make sure you keep months worth of AWR data (could be quite large) You could consider statspack for this purpose also with a central repository to store the data, at least you can run reports from one location and maybe stick APEX on top for displaying the graphs. I have tinkered with APEX a bit and with a bit of rtfm I managed to create a page that displayed a graph for a database picked from a pull down menu, so it is not hard.

I have not used statspack with central repository so can't help you there but I am sure it has been done...

Jack van Zanen

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On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 6:01 AM, Ram K <> wrote:

> All
> Our management has decided to put together statistics from various
> resources including OS, network, san etc into a central location and plot
> things in the form of a graph. The purpose is to track the trends in growth
> and utilization patterns in the resource usage.
> We can use awr to track database related information. Is there anyway to
> see data in the form a graph; upper management is interested in graphical
> outputs.
> --
> Thanks,
> Ram.
> --

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