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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: is there any simulator software/application available??

    after we create a database is there any simulator or application software available which one can use to test the db in full load?

    if yes, cud someone provide me the details?
    thanks

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    Oracle V11 contains;

    1.10.2.1 Database Replay

    Before making changes, such as hardware or software upgrades, companies typically conduct extensive testing to validate the changes. However, when the change is made on the production system, problems are often encountered because the testing was not performed on a realistic workload. Tools are available in the market to construct "synthetic workloads" involving multiple users. However, they are not able to adequately simulate the complexities of a real-world workload, such as interactions between concurrent activities and unpredictability of the workload profile.

    The Database Replay feature addresses this need by enabling users to perform real-world testing by capturing the actual database workload on the production system and replaying it on the test system. It also provides analysis and reporting to highlight potential problems (for example, errors encountered and divergence in performance) and recommend ways to remedy the problems.
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    thanks for the insight ....

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