The Foglight database stores all system, application, and performance data. Over time, it becomes an invaluable source of historical information for planning future system capacity requirements and for doing point-in-time analysis.
The name of the client computer that established the Oracle connection. This name appears in the Foglight for Oracle Sessions, Locks, and Blocking views.
A string that uniquely identifies the instance of the client application that established the Oracle connection. This string appears in the Foglight for Oracle Sessions, Locks, and Blocking views.
I/O wait events take place when the session is waiting for the completion of input/output operations. The length of these wait events (the amount of time spent) depends upon the number of concurrent processes and threads requesting CPU time.