Re: SQL Tuning Tool

From: dba Wilson <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:42:07 +1100
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Thanks guys!

Sorry for late reply. What we are thinking is to find a tool can be used by the developers. And this tool is easy to be used, does not require too much DBA knowledge. So, the developers can give a initial tuning on the developed/changed queries, to reduced the risk of crash our business. We don't expect them to read the AWR/ASH, or do SQL trace and read the tkprof files, just hope them find the potential performance bottleneck of their query, and they can do something from logic side. At least, they understand the logic much better than DBAs.
SQLBooster looks good so far, we are seeking support from the author as we are still facing some problem. The SQLD360 sounds good too, we are arranging assessment on it as well.


2017-11-22 9:32 GMT+11:00 dba Wilson <>:

> Thanks, Stefan. I will try it
> Regards,
> Wil
> 2017-11-21 1:46 GMT+11:00 Stefan Koehler <>:
>> Hello Wil,
>> I have to mention (free) SQLd360 by Mauro Pagano as this is the tool that
>> I use all the time:
>> ... and then train your developers and DBAs in SQL tuning - especially in
>> understanding what has gone wrong and how to avoid these issues in the
>> future ...
>> IMHO all of these "automatic" tuning and analysis tools suck most of the
>> time - especially if you just blindly follow and implement their suggestion
>> without understanding the root cause.
>> P.S.: I can only agree with what Dominic wrote/said.
>> Best Regards
>> Stefan Koehler
>> Independent Oracle performance consultant and researcher
>> Website:
>> Twitter: _at_OracleSK
>> > dba oracle <> hat am 20. November 2017 um
>> 01:39 geschrieben:
>> >
>> > Hi Gurus,
>> >
>> > I am currently looking for a SQL Tuning tool can be used by DBA as well
>> as developers. The background is that we have many complex SQLs being
>> developed in our products, each developer may touch those SQLs and change
>> them if he/she is handling a ticket related to them. Every change might
>> cause performance changing (and actually they did). We want to find a tool
>> can be easily used by the developers, and then give them a training
>> session, they will be able to tune their new developed/changed SQL before
>> tagged to the release.
>> >
>> > I've tried SQL developer. It just simply give us the chance to use SQL
>> Advisor.
>> > I also tried Toad, it more looks like an offline SQL advisor. And it
>> has crashed several times in my Win 10. It is really frustrating.
>> > I also found this tool, SQLBooster, from [](http://www.S
>> It's cool because it can brake the complex SQL down to
>> small queries to analyze the bottleneck. But there is only a few documents
>> provided in the website and the UI is not so friendly. I am still
>> struggling on testing it.
>> >
>> > Do you guys have any recommendation?
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> > Wil

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