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From Karsten Gaul <karsten.g...@exedio.com>
Subject Re: DB crash
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2010 11:07:10 GMT
hey chaitanya,

yeah it's an oracle db and the interface is jdbc. Fetching all the 
queries might be quite hard since there really are a lot of those. 
Furthermore, most of them are flexible queries that rely on the webapp 
backend. I probably could just compose some but that wouldn't be the 
same really.

rgds
Karsten

Am 22.07.2010 12:47, schrieb chaitanya bhatt:
> Karsten,
>
> If your datasource interface is JDBC, then try fetching all the queries
> fired during the load test from the database trace logs and fire those
> SQL queries directly to the database tier using Jmeter's JDBC sampler. The
> reason why I insist people to follow this strip down approach is because it
> allows you to focus on the layer which has the problem, which is obviously
> better. Plus, the load on the database is more when you fire queries
> directly on it, this can help you identify a problem much easier.
>
> PS: Is your database  - Oracle?
> -Chaitanya M Bhatt
> http://www.performancecompetence.com
> 2010/7/22 Karsten Gaul<karsten.gaul@exedio.com>

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