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Most frequent SQL statements

Most frequent SQL statements

Most frequent SQL statements

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How do I get a list of the most frequently used statements running on an Informix Instance, and also the Average time it runs?

I know Oracle has a similar feature, But I do not know if Informix Does. If not is there a way through UNIX to get similar information?

Thanks

RE: Most frequent SQL statements

informix can calculate resources spent on per-query basis (EXPLAIN) and show details on every statement using onaudit tool or i-spy product, onstat is a simplest statistics display tool

RE: Most frequent SQL statements

Capture in a file

dbaccess sysmaster <<EOF
set isolation to dirty read;
select * from syssqexplain;
EOF

look for statement filed.

RE: Most frequent SQL statements

Capture in a file

dbaccess sysmaster <<EOF
set isolation to dirty read;
select * from syssqexplain;
EOF

look for statement filed.

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