Last updated on MARCH 01, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 22.214.171.124 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 01-Mar-2017***
Renaming a table takes more time than expected (10 seconds when it normally finishes in less than a second):
This happens with any table even if the table has only 1 column.
From the 10046 trace, the following statement was found to be taking all the delay time:
select count(*) from sys.dba_refs r where r.scope_table_owner=&1 and r.scope_table_name=&2;
The DBA_REFS is made up of the following syntax:
select distinct u.name, o.name,
decode(bitand(c.property, 1), 1, ac.name, c.name),
decode(bitand(rc.reftyp, 2), 2, 'YES', 'NO'),
decode(bitand(rc.reftyp, 1), 1, 'YES', 'NO'),
when bitand(reftyp,4) = 4 then 'USER-DEFINED'
when bitand(reftyp, 8) = 8 then 'SYSTEM GENERATED AND USER-DEFINED'
else 'SYSTEM GENERATED'
from sys.obj$ o, sys.col$ c, sys.user$ u, sys.refcon$ rc, sys.obj$ so,
sys.user$ su, sys.attrcol$ ac
where o.owner# = u.user#
and o.obj# = c.obj#
and c.obj# = rc.obj#
and c.col# = rc.col#
and c.intcol# = rc.intcol#
and rc.stabid = so.oid$(+)
and so.owner# = su.user#(+)
and c.obj# = ac.obj#(+)
and c.intcol# = ac.intcol#(+)
and bitand(c.property,32768) != 32768 /* not unused column */
STABID is part of the query and does not have an index on it.
Gathering dictionary stats does not affect the execution time.
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