update : 25-06-2017

DBA Script : dba_file_use.sql

-- | FILE : dba_file_use.sql |
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-- | DATABASE : Oracle |
-- | FILE : dba_file_use.sql |
-- | CLASS : Database Administration |
-- | PURPOSE : Reports on all datafiles/controlfiles/redo log files. This |
-- | script was designed to work with Oracle8i or higher. It will |
-- | include true TEMPORARY tablespaces. (i.e. use of "tempfiles") |
-- | NOTE : As with any code, ensure to test this script in a development |
-- | environment before attempting to run it in production. |
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SET TERMOUT OFF;
COLUMN current_instance NEW_VALUE current_instance NOPRINT;
SELECT rpad(instance_name, 17) current_instance FROM v$instance;
SET TERMOUT ON;
PROMPT
PROMPT +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
PROMPT | Report : File Usage |
PROMPT | Instance : ¤t_instance |
PROMPT +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
SET ECHO OFF
SET FEEDBACK 6
SET HEADING ON
SET LINESIZE 180
SET PAGESIZE 50000
SET TERMOUT ON
SET TIMING OFF
SET TRIMOUT ON
SET TRIMSPOOL ON
SET VERIFY OFF
CLEAR COLUMNS
CLEAR BREAKS
CLEAR COMPUTES
COLUMN db NEW_VALUE xdb NOPRINT FORMAT a1
COLUMN type FORMAT a8 HEADING 'Type'
COLUMN tablespace FORMAT a30 HEADING 'Tablspace'
COLUMN filename FORMAT a75 HEADING 'Filename'
COLUMN filesize FORMAT 9,999,999,999,999 HEADING 'File Size'
COLUMN stat FORMAT a10 HEADING 'Status'
COLUMN seq FORMAT 9999999 HEADING 'Sequence'
COLUMN arc FORMAT a4 HEADING 'Archived'
SET TERMOUT OFF
SELECT name db
FROM v$database;
SET TERMOUT ON
SELECT
'Data' type
, tablespace_name tablespace
, REPLACE(file_name,'?','&xdb') filename
, bytes filesize
, DECODE(status,'AVAILABLE','Available','INVALID','Invalid','****') stat
, 0 seq
, '' arc
FROM dba_data_files
UNION
SELECT
'Redo'
, 'Grp ' || a.group#
, member
, bytes
, DECODE(b.status,'CURRENT','Current','INACTIVE','Inactive','UNUSED','Unused','****')
, sequence#
, archived
FROM
v$logfile a
, v$log b
WHERE
a.group# = b.group#
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Ctrl 1'
, REPLACE(NVL(LTRIM(SUBSTR(value,1,instr(value||',',',',1,1)-1)),' (none)'),
'?','&xdb') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter
WHERE
name = 'control_files'
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Ctrl 2'
, REPLACE(nvl(ltrim(substr(value,instr(value||',',',',1,1)+1,
instr(value||',',',',1,2)-instr(value||',',',',1,1)-1)),' (none)'),
'?' ,'&xdb') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter
WHERE
name = 'control_files'
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Ctrl 3'
, REPLACE(nvl(ltrim(substr(value,instr(value||',',',',1,2)+1,
instr(value||',',',',1,3)-instr(value||',',',',1,2)-1)),' (none)'),
'?','&xdb') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter
WHERE
name = 'control_files'
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Ctrl 4'
, REPLACE(nvl(ltrim(substr(value,instr(value||',',',',1,3)+1,
instr(value||',',',',1,4)-instr(value||',',',',1,3)-1)),' (none)'),
'?','&xdb') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter
WHERE
name = 'control_files'
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Ifile'
, REPLACE(value,'?','&xdb') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter
WHERE
name = 'ifile'
UNION
SELECT
'Parm'
, 'Archive'
, DECODE(d.log_mode, 'ARCHIVELOG',
REPLACE(p.value,'?','&xdb') || ' - ENABLED',
REPLACE(p.value,'?','&xdb') || ' - Disabled') file_name
, 0
, ''
, 0
, ''
FROM
v$parameter p
, v$database d
WHERE
p.name = 'log_archive_dest'
UNION
SELECT
'Tempfile' type
, tablespace_name
, REPLACE(file_name,'?','$input{Oracle_SID_Name}') tempfile_name
, bytes
, DECODE(status,'AVAILABLE','Available','INVALID','Invalid','****') stat
, 0
, ''
FROM dba_temp_files
ORDER BY 1,2,3
/

End Script

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