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Best Practices for Managing Optimizer Statistics for Oracle Communications Order and Service Management (OSM) (Doc ID 1662447.1)

Last updated on APRIL 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - Version 7.0.3 to 7.2.2 [Release 7.0.0 to 7.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This version of the document does not apply to OSM 7.2.0.10.X , 7.2.2.5.X , and 7.2.4.1.x and higher. For this information on these OSM releases, please refer to New OSM Database Optimizer Statistics Management (Doc ID 1925539.1)

Purpose

This document provides best practices for managing Oracle Database optimizer statistics for Oracle Communications Order and Service Management (OSM).

Scope

This document is targeted to system integrators and database administrators (DBAs), who must work together to manage statistics in order to prevent performance issues. DBAs must monitor statistics on an on-going basis and be prepared to address inefficiencies before they cause performance problems.

 

This version of the document does not apply to OSM 7.2.0.10.X , 7.2.2.5.X , and 7.2.4.1.x and higher. For this information on these OSM  releases, please refer to New OSM Database Optimizer Statistics Management (Doc ID 1925539.1) 

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Automatic Statistics Collection
 Improving the Efficiency of Gathering Statistics
 Parallel Collection
 Concurrent Collection
 Incremental Statistics
 Cursor Invalidations
 Manual Statistics Collection
 METHOD_OPT
 OSM Table Considerations
 Cartridge Metadata Tables
 Volatile Order Tables
 Highly Volatile Order Tables
 Low to Medium Volatility Order Tables
 Order Tables that Retain Data
 Exchange tables
 Other tables
 Fixed Object Statistics
 System Statistics
 Additional References
References

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