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RE: About trcanlzr

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 10:44:35 -0800
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Well, there is always "ORADEBUG SESSION_EVENT". Granted, it's not as elegant as "set_ev", but it works.    


Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

-----Original Message-----

Stephane Paquette
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 2:25 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L


I just start testing the trcanlzr scripts (metalink 224270.1) I did not remember seeing any traffic on that utility on oracle-l , that's why I went on orafaq where there is only a post by Jamadagni Rajendra .  

I just open a tar to get the dbms_support script to enable 10046 tracing in other session as dbms_system.set_ev is not working here (8172 aix) but Oracle says it is only legitimate to use it on 9i.  

So, any feedback on trcanlzr scripts and is it normal that dbms_system.set_ev is not working on 8172 ? Any workaround ?  

I've 9i relaease 2 on my pc, I guess I can copy the dbmssup.sql and prvtsupp.plb over the 8172/aix databases, yes/no ?      

Stephane Paquette

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