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There are multiple contributing factors affecting query execution Isolation levels (This decide concurrency / deadlocks when same data access by multiple sessions) Indexes (This will decide execution plan seek / scan which will effect query execution time / performance) You need to look at execution plan of the complete proc. You need to look at top ...


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Whenever we think about the performance aspect of the Application/ Database/ feature or whatever. Never go for single results set or single iteration. You need to collect enough data for the statistical analysis of the result for reaching to an answer that your subject under test is performing Good or Bad. It is simple fundamental of Statistics that "More ...


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I would recommend using Apache JMeter which is capable of producing severe load using JDBC protocol. In order to test your database: Download Oracle JDBC Driver for your Oracle installation and drop it to lib folder Add JDBC Connection Configuration test element and specify Oracle connection details (driver class name, JDBC url, credentials) Add JDBC ...


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I would run it a number of times for each configuration and average the results (maybe a dozen times?) However, the important thing is to make sure that the system is in the same state before each run, otherwise the database may be, for example, using cached execution plans. The most obvious way to get a somewhat consistent environment would be to ...


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Navicut sqllite tool seems better option. There is one feature for synchronization of sql lite databases. Data and schema both. http://prntscr.com/7ps6ya



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