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set head off set feedback off set verify off set pagesize 0 Declare p_time_stamp number(10); p_acct_count number(20); p_original_count number(10); CURSOR curs_max_timestamp IS SELECT max(acct_time_stamp) FROM accounting; begin open curs_max_timestamp; fetch curs_max_timestamp into p_time_stamp; p_time_stamp := p_time_stamp + 500; open curs_acct_count; -- zxzx insert test fetch curs_acct_count into p_original_count; p_acct_count :=0; -- zxzx insert test While ( p_acct_count <= 1500) LOOP INSERT INTO NPMADMIN.ACCOUNTING ( ACCT_STATUS_TYPE, NAS_USER_NAME, NAS +_IDENTIFIER, NAS_IP_ADDRESS, ACCT_SESSION_ID, FRAMED_IP_ADDRESS, SERVICE_TYPE, FRAMED_PROTOCOL, MED +IUM_TYPE, NAS_PORT_TYPE, NAS_PORT, NAS_PORT_ID, NAS_REAL_PORT, ACCT_DELAY_TIME, ACCT_SESSION_TI +ME, ACCT_TIME_STAMP, RATE_LIMIT_RATE, RATE_LIMIT_BURST, POLICE_RATE, POLICE_BURST, FILTER_I +D, FORWARD_POLICY, HTTP_REDIRECT_PROFILE_NAME, CONTEXT_NAME, SESSION_TIMEOUT, IDLE_TIMEOU +T, RB_DHCP_MAX_LEASES, MULTICAST_SEND, MULTICAST_RECEIVE, MULTICAST_MAX_GROUPS, IGMP_PROFILE_ +NAME, QOS_POLICING_POLICY_NAME, QOS_METERING_POLICY_NAME, QOS_PQ_POLICY_NAME +, ATM_PROFILE_NAME, PPPOE_URL, PPPOE_MOTM, PPPOE_IP_ROUTE, PPP_DNS_PRIMARY, PPP_DNS_SECONDARY, PPP_NB +NS_PRIMARY, PPP_NBNS_SECONDARY, ACCT_TERMINATE_CAUSE, SESSION_ERROR_MSG, ACCT_REAS +ON, ACCT_INPUT_OCTETS_64, ACCT_OUTPUT_OCTETS_64, ACCT_INPUT_PACKETS_64, ACCT_OUTPUT_PACKETS_64, +ACCT_MCAST_INPUT_OCTETS_64, ACCT_MCAST_OUTPUT_OCTETS_64, ACCT_MCAST_INPUT_PACKETS_64, ACCT_MCAST_OUTPUT_PACKETS_64 ) VALUES ( 'Start', 'joe', 'ser-1', '127.0.0.1', '0B00FFFF90000010-40647961', NUL +L, 'Outbound-User' , NULL, 'DSL', 'Virtual', 201392128, '12/1 clips 20013', NULL, NULL, N +ULL, p_time_stamp , NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, 'BASIC', NULL, NULL, 1, NU +LL, NULL, NULL , NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NU +LL, NULL, NULL , NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL); p_time_stamp := p_time_stamp + 30; commit; p_acct_count := p_acct_count + 1; end loop; end; / exit;
This annonymous block is called from a shell script with the simple line of sqlplus user/id@database @test.sql I am running both perl and sql code on the same server. I've also found some info on the web and metalink that indicates OCI calls (which dbd::oracle wraps) does have a performance problem in 8i but no info on 9i - maybe this is an OCI issue. running out of clues...

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: performance problem with oracle dbd by Anonymous Monk
in thread performance problem with oracle dbd by tito

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