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AWR Support in not available in Oracle Timesten
The ttStats executable can be found in the <TimesTen_home>/support directory. Before you can run the executable within a command prompt, you'll need to source the ttenv.* file in the <TimesTen_home>/bin directory.
The output of ttStats -h is as follows:
ttStats [-latchstats on|off] [-display-options] [-xml file]
[-statlevel level] <dsn or connstr>
ttStats -s[napshot] [-latchstats on|off] -xml <file> <dsn or connstr>
ttStats -report <xmlfile1> <xmlfile2> <-text|-html> <report_file>
Where parameters in <> are required, and in  are optional.
This option only works in monitoring mode as
screen filtering. ttStats only displays on the
screen statistics with specified prefixes.
Available prefix options include:
-cg, -ckpt, -conn, -db, -grid, -lock, -log, -repl,
-stmt, -txn, -xla, -zz, where the naming of prefixes
conforms to naming of statistics in TimesTen
sys.systemstats table. If no display option
is specified, all statistics are displayed
by default. For example, run command
ttStats -cg -stmt dsn=TptbmData
to display only cache group and statement
-h[elp] Print help message and exit.
-interval <secs> Collect a set of statistics every <secs> seconds
Note: setting this lower can negatively impact
-xml <file> Write statistics to <file> in XML format. All
statistics will be written to <file> no matter
whether they are displayed on screen or not.
For example ttStats -xml mon.xml dsn=TptbmData
and ttStats -xml mon.xml -cg dsn=TptbmData
write the same file even if the latter only
shows cache related statistics on the screen.
-snapshot One snapshot of all statistics are saved to disk
in the specified file format, then the program
exits. This option should be used together with
the -xml option.
Set the SysStats level, this value of level only
applies to sys.systemstats table.
-report <xmlfile1> <xmlfile2> <-xml|-text|-html> <report_file>
Compare two snapshots, and generate an AWR like
report. At present, each XML file contains only
one snapshot. The difference is computed as the
absolute value of statistic value in <xmlfile2>
minus that in <xmlfile1>. The result can be
written in HTML and plain text formats. XML is
not supported as output format at present.
As an example, you can run the utility as the instance admin user by doing something like:
./ttStats -s -xml tmp.xml <DSN>
You can then open tmp.xml with a web browser and see statistics about the database.
You can also compare two previously captured snaps by doing something like:
./ttStats -report tmp1.xml tmp2.xml -html tmpReport.html
thanks stevenlc, I will try that.