Mining AWR data with Method-GAPP, profiling response time of end-user processes

In a lot of cases you like to know which SQL, wait-events, metrics, etc. in AWR is important for your specific end-user process response time. So it could be very well possible that the most important SQL, wait-events, metrics, etc. are show-in up in your “Top Activity” in your OEM grid control and AWR reports are actually not the most important for your end-user process response time.

After you know the share of time of your end-user process is taken by the database server (Method-GAPP primary components),  you actual can use all the AWR (and ASH) information as secondary components as input in Method-GAPP (see the white paper). Basically we simply can use the “Data Mining – Explain” step in the method and create a factorial analyses as shown below (see the white paper).

AWR data used with Method-GAPP

AWR data used with Method-GAPP

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