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The Dump File collection retrieves the contents of the Oracle dump file.
None (on-demand collection).
Dump File Name
The name of the dump file
The dump file message
The Event Wait collection retrieves the instance wait events (workload) that took place within the specified time range.
The wait event’s ID
The wait event’s name
In multitenant architectures, the name of the pluggable database.
The elapsed time of the selected wait event, plotted over time
The Exadata Cell Flashcache collection retrieves performance, utilization and usage statistics about the Exadata cell flashcache.
The Cell ID, provided by the hardware vendor.
Flashcache hit ratio
The ratio, within the total physical disk requests, of physical disks requests that were resolved from the Flashcache, thereby saving the need to carry out physical disk reads.
Flashcache I/O Errors
The number of IO errors that were encountered on the Flashcache
Flashcache Keep read request misses (Keep Objects)
The number of read IO requests for 'keep' objects that did not find all data in Flashcache and therefore had to perform physical read operations.
Flashcache Keep read requests (Total)
The number of read IO requests for 'keep' objects that were resolved from the Flashcache, thereby saving the need to carry out physical disk reads.
Flashcache read request misses (Total)
The total number of read IO requests that did not find all the requested data in the Flashcache, and therefore had to perform read from disks.
Flashcache read requests (Keep objects)
The number of read IO requests that were resolved from the Flashcache, thereby saving the need to carry out physical disk reads.
Flashcache usage (Keep objects)
The amount of space (number of megabytes) used for 'keep' objects on the Flashcache.
Flashcache usage (total)
The number of megabytes used on the Flashcache.
MB of Flashcache misses
The total amount of data (number of megabytes) read from disks because not all requested data was found in the Flashcache.
MB Pushed out of the Flashcache for Keep objects
The amount (megabytes) of data pushed out of the Flashcache because the space limit for storing 'keep' objects has been exceeded.
MB Pushed out of the Flashcache for Keep objects rate
The rate (megabytes/second) at which data was pushed out of the Flashcache because the space limit for storing 'keep' objects has been exceeded.
MB read from Flashcache
The total amount of data (number of megabytes) from the Flashcache during the specified time range.
MB written to Flashcache
The total amount of data (number of megabytes) written to the Flashcache during the specified time range.
The Exadata Cell General collection retrieves general information and status about the Exadata cell.
Name and version of the Baseboard Management Controller (BMC).
The brand and model of the cell hardware, as provided by the vendor.
The Exadata cell name.
Cell Offload Efficiency
The cell's offload efficiency.
Cell Offload Processing is a procedure used by the oracle database server to push query predicates (that limit data retrieved by the query using filters and join conditions) to the Exadata cell.
The Exadata cell status.
The total number of CPU units on the cell.
The total number of network interconnection cards (NICs).
The host kernel's software version.
The Exadata cell's OS version.
Power Supplies (Working/Total)
The total number of power supplies on the Exadata cell, displayed as working/total.
The server's temperature (Celsius degrees), as provided by the Baseboard Management Controller (BMC).
The server's temperature status, as provided by the Baseboard Management Controller (BMC).
The total number of fans on the Exadata cell.
Calculates the last cell restart or start time, based on the cell_uptime
The time period that has elapsed since the cell was last restarted.
The total number of working fans on the Exadata cell.
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