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How to Collect Diagnostics for Database Hanging Issues (Doc ID 452358.1)

Last updated on MARCH 21, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Standard Edition - Version and later
Oracle Database - Personal Edition - Version and later
Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Oracle Database Backup Service - Version N/A and later
Oracle Database Cloud Exadata Service - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a database appears to be hung, it is useful to collect information from the database in order to determine the root cause of the hang. The root cause of  the hang can often be isolated and solved using the diagnostic information gathered. Alternatively, if this is not possible, we can use the information obtained in order to help eliminate future occurences

Performance Service Request Diagnostic Collection (SRDC) documents

Service Request Data Collection (SRDC) documents have been specially designed to provide the reader with the necessary instructions to provide a step by step guide to collecting information for a various common Database Performance Issues.

<Document 1938786.1> List of Available Database Performance Related SRDC Documents


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In this Document
 Performance Service Request Diagnostic Collection (SRDC) documents
 What is needed to diagnose "Database Hang" issues?
 A. Traces
 Collecting Hanganalyze
 Logging in to the system
 Collection commands for Hanganalyze: Non-RAC:
 Collection commands for Hanganalyze and Systemstate: RAC
 For 10g (and above)
 Explanation of Hanganalyze and Systemstate Levels
 Other Methods
 Non-RAC Systems
 RAC Systems
 Capturing systemstates based upon an error
 B. Provide AWR/Statspack snapshots of General database performance
 C. Gather an up to date RDA
 Proactive Methods to gather information on a Hanging System
 Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Real-Time ADDM
 Retroactive Information Collection
 Community Discussions

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