Find Oracle SQL Execution History Details

DBAs are always asked about the database performance issues, which are mostly caused by some SQL queries’ execution plan changes.

This post demonstrates how to get a SQL query performance details like executions, disk/physical read/write, cpu time, elapsed time and waiting time, etc.

With the help of those statistics of a specific SQL query, DBA can easily identify the issue, and remediate it by applying SQL plan baselines.

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