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Find Slow PL/SQL with Profilers

Find Slow PL/SQL with Profilers

Shashank Barki shares his experience using PL/SQL profilers (DBMS_PROFILER and DBMS_HPROF) to identify bottlenecks in PL/SQL code. Shashank is a Senior Principal Data Engineer at Manhattan Associates. He has 13 years experience as a developer, cloud architect and data analyst. In each of his jobs, he has promoted the use of PL/SQL to improve the performance, security and maintainability of their applications.

DBMS_PROFILER is the name of the package that provides an API to the profiler that computes the time that your PL/SQL program spends at each line, in each subprogram. Saves runtime statistics in database tables, which you can then query.

Steven Feuerstein

June 02, 2020
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  1. PL/SQL Profilers Shashank Barki / @shankbarki

  2. • Senior principal data engineer in Manhattan associates. • 13

    years of industry experience as developer, cloud architect and data analyst. • PL/SQL evangelist. • Life is easy (or tough) when you support Arsenal FC, read PG Wodehouse and eat Mangoes (!). Shashank Barki / @shankbarki
  3. Agenda 1. PL/SQL performance 2. PL/SQL Profilers 3. PL/SQL Hierarchical

    Profilers
  4. • Code flow • Iterations • Number of executions •

    Sub program calls • Bulk operations ? • Nested calls PL/SQL Performance
  5. • Collects data for performance improvement • Determining code coverage

    for PL/SQL applications. • This information includes • The total number of times each line executed • The total amount of time spent executing that line • Minimum and maximum times spent on execution of that line PL/SQL Profiler
  6. • The profiling information is stored in database tables. •

    Can build customizable reports (summary reports etc.,) • And you can analyze the data. PL/SQL Profiler
  7. PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler • Identify bottlenecks and performance-tuning opportunities •

    Organized by function calls • Reports SQL and PL/SQL execution times separately • No special source or compile-time preparation • Any PL/SQL program can be profiled
  8. PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler • Custom report generation by tools (such

    as SQL Developer and command line) • Provides subprogram-level execution summary information, such as: • Number of calls to the subprogram • Time spent in the subprogram itself (function time or self time) • Time spent in the subprogram itself and in its descendent subprograms • Detailed parent-children information, for example: • All callers of a given subprogram (parents) • All subprograms that a given subprogram called (children) • How much time was spent in subprogram x when called from y • How many calls to subprogram x were from y
  9. DBMS_HPROF package has two components: • Data Collection - -

    The data collection component is an intrinsic part of the PL/SQL Virtual Machine. - The DBMS_HPROF package provides APIs to turn hierarchical profiling on and off and write the raw profiler output to a file or raw profiler data table. • Analyzer - - Processes the raw profiler output and produce analyzed results. - Convert into HTML CLOB report for analysis.
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  12. Resources • https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/oracle- database/19/adfns/hierarchical-profiler.html#GUID-B2E3A739-08C6- 4648-A65F-1D093A0DADDE • MetaLink Note: 243755.1

  13. THANK YOU