Geeky PL/SQL tracer/profiler : Another step

This is my second post under the theme of how to extend our capabilities to trace and profile PL/SQL code.This time motivated by a comment from Luca Canali on my previous post  :

So based on my previous work on geeky PL/SQL tracer let’s see how we can obtain a geeky PL/SQL on-CPU Flame Graph !

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Geeky PL/SQL tracer/profiler : First step

This blog post is about how to extend our capabilities to trace and profile PL/SQL code.It’s primarily motivated by few tweets from Franck Pachot and of course because it’s FUN !

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So in the first part of this series we are going to answer to this questions : Can we map those underling function to the source PL/SQL object and line number ? Can we obtain a full trace ? Of course yes otherwise there will be no blog post :p

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POUG : Memory access tracing slides

You know POUG ? Of course you know POUG ! This is one of the best  Oracle conference out there ! Great peoples ! Great Speakers ! Great Place ! Awesome ambiance !!!

Last week i was honored to be there ! It was a pleasure to meet many other Oracle geeks and to participate to this great event !



So as promised here is my presentation (My first public speak by the way)  on slide share : Just click here !

Many thanks for all the POUG Team for this great adventure ! Don’t miss POUG18 !!!!