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How to Detect old tables not currently read

How to Detect old tables not currently read

(OP)
Hello guys,

I have 50% of tables in a database NOT SET UP in auditing, so I cannot get the information about if they are currently used by any app or if any of them are read by some SELECT statement.

Like with the All_Tab_Modifications table where I can get Inserts, deletes, and updates.....

my question is : Is there any way how can I get the tables no currently read in my database by a SELECT and when was the last time?


Thanks in advance for any suggestion

GonFer

RE: How to Detect old tables not currently read

No, not without auditing turned on.

Bill
Lead Application Developer
New York State, USA

RE: How to Detect old tables not currently read

(OP)
Bill,

thanks for your response.

Is there some select to know what tables are currently in auditing and what tables not?

Thank you

RE: How to Detect old tables not currently read

SELECT TABLE_NAME
FROM DBA_TABLES
WHERE MONITORING ='NO';

Bill
Lead Application Developer
New York State, USA

RE: How to Detect old tables not currently read

If monitoring is set for a table all DML actions on it are counted and can be found in ALL_TAB_MODIFICATIONS and it does not have anything to do with auditing.
Actually I'm not sure if there is a view to find out if a specific table is audited or not.

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