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Where can I find information on Recording and Performance Testing an Oracle 10g Database?

Where can I find information on Recording and Performance Testing an Oracle 10g Database?

 

Detailed information on loadtesting an Oracle 10g (Release 2) database can be found in the Tutorial documents that ship with SilkPerformer. These can be found at the following location:

Start | All Programs | Borland | SilkPerformer 2008 | Documentation | Tutorials | Miscellaneous Tutorials.

The following tutorials may be relevant; depending on whether the Oracle 10 g Database uses OCI7 or OCI8 drivers:

  • Load Testing an OCI7 Database.
  • Load Testing an OCI8 Database.

These tutorials include sample scripts which can be customized to replay against your own Oracle Database; however the recording approach to generating scripts is also supported and documented in both cases.

Additionally; it is possible to record scripts and performance test any flavour of Oracle Database via the ODBC protocol. Further information on doing this can be found in the following Tutorial:

  • Load Testing a Database via ODBC.

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