Converting Between SQLServer, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Sybase and others…

Hi all!
I was asked to make a conversion from T-SQL (MSSQL) Procedure to PL/PGSQL. Regarding how boring is this task, the follow link helped me:
http://www.sqlines.com/online

I highly recommend it. The site has a commercial solution to convert all database, but some code can be converted online for free. 🙂
The conversion not fixed at all, but make a good part of the work… And all help is helpful…

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Materialized View with DBLink: ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [kkzuasid]

Hello guys!
Not being able to refresh you Materialized View because of this error?

bamdb> exec dbms_mview.refresh('PROD_ORABAM.MVIEW_TEST','C');
BEGIN dbms_mview.refresh('PROD_ORABAM.MVIEW_TEST','C'); END;

*
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [kkzuasid], [2], [0], [1], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], []
ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_SNAPSHOT", line 2809
ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_SNAPSHOT", line 3025
ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_SNAPSHOT", line 2994
ORA-06512: at line 1

The bad new is there is no workaround (I usually prefer workaround for this, is quicker and less complicated).
But the good new is there is a patch for this: Patch 17705023 : ORA-600 [KKZUASID] ON MV REFRESH

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Solving Simple Locks Through @lock2s and @killlocker

Hi guys!
This post is to show the most simple and most common kind of locks for objects and the simpliest way to solve it (killing the locker). 🙂
It’s so common that I scripted it. Take a look:

greporadb> @lock2s
 Inst        SID SERIAL# UserName  STATUS   LOGON_TIME          LMODE  REQUEST LC_ET TY       ID1        ID2       CTIME LOCKWAIT         EVENT                                                                                           
----- ---------- ------- --------- -------- ------------------- ------ ------- ----- -- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------------- -----------------------------------                                                             
    1        354   18145 MATHEUS   ACTIVE   17/06/2016 14:25:19 X      NONE    4032  TX     393238     424490        715 00000000DB0DF900 enq: TX - row lock contention                                                                   
    1        169   25571 GREPORA   ACTIVE   17/06/2016 14:22:48 NONE   X        714  TX     393238     424490        714 00000000DB0D5ED8 enq: TX - row lock contention                                                                   
    1        252   63517 MATHEUS   INACTIVE 17/06/2016 14:17:49 X      NONE     714  TX     655363    1550347       4195                  SQL*Net message from client                                                                     
    1        846   65011 GREPORA   ACTIVE   17/06/2016 14:20:18 NONE   X       4075  TX     655363    1550347        715 00000000DB0ECB88 enq: TX - row lock contention                                                                   
    1        354   18145 GREPORA   ACTIVE   17/06/2016 14:25:19 NONE   S       4032  TX     655363    1550347        715 00000000DB0DF900 enq: TX - row lock contention                                                                   
5 rows selected.

You can identify the Locker by LMODE column. And all his Waiters by REQUEST column marked by not ‘NONE’, below each Locker…

So, let’s kill the lockers:

greporadb> @killlocker
'ALTERSYSTEMKILLSESSION'''||SID||','||SERIAL#||'''IMMEDIATE;'                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
alter system kill session '252,63517' immediate;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
alter system kill session '354,18145' immediate;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
2 rows selected.
greporadb> alter system kill session '252,63517' immediate;      
System altered.
greporadb> alter system kill session '354,18145' immediate;      
System altered.
greporadb> @lock2s
no rows selected

Solved!
My magic scripts? Here it goes:

get lock2s.sql:

set lines 10000
set trimspool on
col serial# for 999999
col lc_et for 999999
col l1name for a50
col lmode for a6
col username for a25
select /*+ rule */
distinct b.inst_id,a.sid,b.serial#,b.username,b.status,
--b.audsid,
--b.module,
--b.machine,b.osuser,
b.logon_time,
decode(lmode,1,'null',2,'RS',3,'RX',4,'S',5,'SRX',6,'X',0,'NONE',lmode) lmode,
decode(request,1,'null',2,'RS',3,'RX',4,'S',5,'SRX',6,'X',0,'NONE',request) request,
b.last_call_et LC_ET,a.type TY,a.id1,a.id2,
d.name||'.'||c.name l1name,a.ctime,b.lockwait,b.event
--distinct b.inst_id,a.sid,b.username,a.type,d.name||'.'||c.name l1name,a.id1,a.id2,
--decode(lmode,1,'null',2,'RS',3,'RX',4,'S',5,'SRX',6,'X',0,'NONE',lmode) lmode,
--decode(request,1,'null',2,'RS',3,'RX',4,'S',5,'SRX',6,'X',0,'NONE',request) request,a.ctime,b.lockwait,b.last_call_et
from gv$lock a, gv$session b,sys.obj$ c,sys.user$ d,(select a.id1 from gv$lock a where a.request  0) lock1
where a.id1    = c.OBJ# (+)
and a.sid      = b.sid
and c.owner#   = d.user# (+)
and a.inst_id=b.inst_id
and b.username is not null
and a.id1 = lock1.id1
order by id1,id2, lmode desc
/

get killlocker.sql:

select 'alter system kill session '''||sid||','||serial#||''' immediate;' 
from v$session where sid in (select BLOCKING_SESSION from v$session where BLOCKING_SESSION is not null);

Now you can put in your Linkedin you are a JR DBA… 😛
haha

Matheus.

Compilation Impact: Object Dependencies

Hi all!
It’s not necessarily the DBA function, but how often someone of business came and ask you wich is the impact on recompiling one or other procedure?
It probably happen because the DBA usually make some magic and have a better understanding about objects relationship. It happens specially in cases there is no code governance…

So, you don’t have to handle all responsability and can switch some of that with developer, through DBA_DEPENDENCIES view.

The undertstanding is easy: The depended objects and the refered objects. If ou change the refered, all depended will be impacted by.

GREPORADB> @dependencies
Enter value for owner: GREPORA
Enter value for obj_name: TABLE_EXAMPLE
OWNER              Name                                TYPE       DEPE REFERENCED REFERENCED_OWNER   REFERENCED_NAME                         
------------------ ----------------------------------- ---------- ---- ---------- ------------------ -----------------------------------     
GREPORA            TOTALANSWEREDQUESTIONS              FUNCTION   HARD TABLE      GREPORA            TABLE_EXAMPLE                        
GREPORA            USERRESPONSESTATUS                  FUNCTION   HARD TABLE      GREPORA            TABLE_EXAMPLE                        
GREPORA            VW_INPROGRESSFEEDBACKOPTS           VIEW       HARD TABLE      GREPORA            TABLE_EXAMPLE                        
GREPORA            EVENTSTARTDT                        FUNCTION   HARD TABLE      GREPORA            TABLE_EXAMPLE                        
GREPORA            HAVEUSERANSWEREDANYTHING            FUNCTION   HARD TABLE      GREPORA            TABLE_EXAMPLE

Nice, hãn?

## @dependencies
col owner for a18
col name for a35
col type for a10
col referenced_owner for a18
col referenced_name for a35
col referenced_type for a10
select owner,name,type,dependency_type,referenced_type,referenced_owner,referenced_name from dba_dependencies
where referenced_owner like upper('%&owner%') and referenced_name like upper('%&OBJ_NAME%');

See ya!
Matheus.

PL/SQL Developer Taking 100% of Database CPU

When using PL/SQL Developer (Allround Automations), a internal query is taking a lot of cpu cycles on database server (100% of a CPU).
Is this your problem? Please check if the query is like this:

select s.synonym_name object_name, o.object_type
from sys.all_synonyms s,
sys.all_objects o
where s.owner in ('PUBLIC', user)
and o.owner = s.table_owner
and o.object_name = s.table_name
and o.object_type in ('TABLE', 'VIEW', 'PACKAGE','TYPE', 'PROCEDURE', 'FUNCTION', 'SEQUENCE')

It’s caused by the Describe Context Option of Code Assistant. To disable it:
Tools > Preferences > Code Assistant and disable the “Describe Context” option.

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