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Oracle Trace File Analyzer
Version 12.2.1.3.0 Released
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Trace File Analyzer 12.2.1.3.0 released and now available to download.
New Features in 12.2.1.3.0
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bulletSimplified Real-Time Summary Report
bulletCloud Collection Upload to Bug or TFAWeb
bulletAutomatic Collection Upload to SRs
bulletFaster and Easier Service Request Data Collection
bulletFixed issues
Release Resources
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New Feature Slide Deck (source slides)
Main TFA Customer Slide Deck (source slides)
TFA Overview White Paper

TFA Documentation

 

Simplified Real-Time Summary Report

The summary command has been simplified to provide a quick access, real-time view of all key database components.

It shows any potential problems with important elements such as:

  • Database
  • Clusterware
  • ASM
  • Patch
  • Listener
  • Network
  • OS

To run summary use: tfactl summary

 

Cloud Collection Upload to Bug or TFAWeb

Oracle Cloud environments can now use TFA to upload diagnostics directly to bugs and / or TFAWeb.

Upload diagnostics to TFAWeb and make use of the machine learning powered, Anomaly Timeline and analyzers.

 

Upload diagnostics to both TFAWeb and directly to a bug for developer analysis:

 

 

tfactl upload -bugsftp -bug <bug#> -user <UserId> <file1 file2>

Automatic Collection Upload to SRs

TFA can automatically upload diagnostics to an SR as soon as it's collected them.

 

Store the My Oracle Support credentials securely in the wallet with:  tfactl setupmos

 

Then add the -sr <sr_number> option to any diagcollect command to automatically upload the resulting collection to the Service Request. For example:

 

TFA can also upload any other file to a Service Request. Upload using the wallet, which was setup previously:
tfactl upload -wallet -sr <sr_number> <file1 file2>

 

Or upload without the wallet, which will prompt for the password:
tfactl upload -user <user_id> -sr <sr_number> <file1 file2>

 

Faster and Easier Service Request Data Collection

Oracle Trace File Analyzer includes new One Command SRDCs (Service Request Data Collections).

 

These make it fast and easy to collect exactly the right diagnostic data if you need help from Oracle Support.

 

These are the new SRDCs:

Type of ProblemSRDC Types
ORA Errors
  • ORA-01628
  • ORA-00020
  • ORA-30036
  • ORA-00060
  • ORA-01555
Database upgrade problems
  • dbpreupgrade
Database storage problems
  • asm
Excessive SYSAUX Space is Used by the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
  • dbawrspace
Database startup / shutdown problems
  • dbshutdown
  • dbstartup
Data Guard problems
  • dbdataguard
Enterprise Manager target discovery / add problems
  • emcliadd
  • emclusdisc
  • emdbsys
  • emgendisc
  • emprocdisc
Enterprise Manager OMS restart problems
  • emrestartoms

 

To run an SRDC collection use: tfactl diagcollect -srdc <srdc_type>

For more help run: tfactl diagcollect -srdc -h

Fixed issues

Issues fixed in this release can be seen with this Bug query


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