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SMI Query Series - Dbspace Sizes

SMI Query Series - Dbspace Sizes

The sysmaster interface (SMI) presents a comfortable way to extract information about various parts of your running IDS instance. This information can be used for:

  • ad hoc analysis of performance problems
  • determining the status of several IDS sub components
  • monitoring replication metrics
  • sampling data for capacity planning purposes

SMI Query Series - Logical Log Space Used

SMI Query Series - Logical Log Space Used

The sysmaster interface (SMI) presents a comfortable way to extract information about various parts of your running IDS instance. This information can be used for:

  • ad hoc analysis of performance problems
  • determining the status of several IDS sub components
  • monitoring replication metrics
  • sampling data for capacity planning purposes

SMI Query Series - Shared Memory Segments

SMI Query Series - Shared Memory Segments

The sysmaster interface (SMI) presents a comfortable way to extract information about various parts of your running IDS instance. This information can be used for:

  • ad hoc analysis of performance problems
  • determining the status of several IDS sub components
  • monitoring replication metrics
  • sampling data for capacity planning purposes

SMI Query Series - Database Size

SMI Query Series - Database Size

The sysmaster interface (SMI) presents a comfortable way to extract information about various parts of your running IDS instance. This information can be used for:

  • ad hoc analysis of performance problems
  • determining the status of several IDS sub components
  • monitoring replication metrics
  • sampling data for capacity planning purposes

SMI Query Series - Sequential Scans on Tables

SMI Query Series - Sequential Scans on Tables

The sysmaster interface (SMI) presents a comfortable way to extract information about various parts of your running IDS instance. This information can be used for:

  • ad hoc analysis of performance problems
  • determining the status of several IDS sub components
  • monitoring replication metrics
  • sampling data for capacity planning purposes
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