Archive for July, 2012

Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2012: “Resolving child cursor issues resulting in mutex waits”

On behalf of Klug GmbH integrierte Systeme and the IOUG, I will speak in the US for a second time this year: “Resolving child cursor issues resulting in mutex waits” at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco, Moscone Center.

It’s Session UGF10573 (User Group Forums)
Date and Time: Sunday, 9/30/12, 10:30 – 11:30
Venue / Room: Moscone West – 2016

Speaking at Oracle Open World 2012

Track:

DATABASE

Description:

In special situations, the Oracle Database generates too many child cursors for particular SQL-IDs. This results in high CPU load on the DB server, coming from heavy mutex access. This is visible as mutex wait events.

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By Martin Klier in Community,Lectures,Oracle  .::. (Add your comment)


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