Monthly Archives: July 2015

Exadata cell metrics: Join the metrics and their descriptions on the fly

Introduction Cells metrics are very useful but their name are not so friendly. The name is a concatenation of abbreviations for the type of component, delimited by the underscore character. Then you have to understand the naming convention to understand … Continue reading

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Extract Exadata cells historical metrics in CSV format

Exadata provides a lot of useful metrics to monitor the Cells and you may want to retrieve historical values for some metrics. To do so, you can use the “LIST METRICHISTORY” command through CellCLI on the cell. But as usual, … Continue reading

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