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.  Logminer 说明

Oracle LogMiner 的官网说明：

Using LogMiner to Analyze Redo Log Files

Logminer是oracle从8i开始提供的用于分析重做日志信息的工具，它包括DBMS_LOGMNR和DBMS_LOGMNR_D两个package，后边的D是字典的意思。它既能分析redo log file，也能分析归档后的archive log file。在分析日志的过程中需要使用数据字典，一般先生成数据字典文件后使用，10g版本还可以使用在线数据字典。

Logminer也可以分析其它数据库的重做日志文件，但是必须使用重做日志所在数据库的数据字典，否则会出现无法识别的乱码。另外被分析数据库的操作系统平台最好和当前Logminer所在数据库的运行平台一样，且block size相同。

LogMiner是Oracle数据库提供的一个工具，它用于分析重做日志和归档日志所记载的事务操作。

1）确定数据库的逻辑损坏时间。假定某个用户执行drop table误删除了重要表sales，通过LogMiner可以准确定位该误操作的执行时间和SCN值，然后通过基于时间恢复或者基于SCN恢复可以完全恢复该表数据。

2）确定事务级要执行的精细逻辑恢复操作。假定某些用户在某表上执行了一系列DML操作并提交了事务，并且其中某个用户的DML操作存在错误。通过LogMiner可以取得任何用户的DML操作及相应的UNDO操作，通过执行UNDO操作可以取消用户的错误操作。

3）执行后续审计。通过LogMiner可以跟踪Oracle数据库的所有DML、DDL和DCL操作，从而取得执行这些操作的时间顺序、执行这些操作的用户等信息。

LogMiner 由如下2个脚本来安装：

1）创建DBMS_LOGMNR：$ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/dbmslm.sql SQL> @dbmslm.sql 程序包已创建。 授权成功。 2）创建DBMS_LOGMNR_D：$ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/dbmslmd.sql.

SQL> @dbmslmd.sql

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

1.1 Logminer 支持的数据类型和表的存储属性

LogMiner supports the following datatypes and table storage attributes:

（1）.      CHAR

（2）.      NCHAR

（3）.      VARCHAR2 and VARCHAR

（4）.      NVARCHAR2

（5）.      NUMBER

（6）.      DATE

（7）.      TIMESTAMP

（8）.      TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE

（9）.      TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE

（10）.  INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH

（11）.  INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND

（12）.  RAW

（13）.  CLOB

（14）.  NCLOB

（15）.  BLOB

（16）.  LONG

（17）.  LONG RAW

（18）.  BINARY_FLOAT

（19）.  BINARY_DOUBLE

（20）.  Index-organized tables (IOTs), including those with overflows or LOB columns

（21）.  Function-based indexes

（22）.  XMLTYPE data when it is stored in CLOB format

（23）.  Tables using basic table compression and OLTP table compression

Support for multibyte CLOBs is available only for redo logs generated by a database with compatibility set to a value of 10.1 or higher.

Support for LOB and LONG datatypes is available only for redo logs generated by a database with compatibility set to a value of 9.2.0.0 or higher.

Support for index-organized tables without overflow segment or with no LOB columns in them is available only for redo logs generated by a database with compatibility set to 10.0.0.0 or higher.

Support for index-organized tables with overflow segment or with LOB columns is available only for redo logs generated by a database with compatibility set to 10.2.0.0 or higher.

1.2  Logminer 不支持的数据类型和表存储属性

LogMiner does not support these datatypes and table storage attributes:

（1）.      BFILE datatype

（2）.      Simple and nested abstract datatypes (ADTs)

（3）.      Collections (nested tables(嵌套表) and VARRAYs)

（4）.      Object refs

（5）.      SecureFiles (unless database compatibility is set to 11.2 or higher)

1.3  LogMiner基本对象

There are four basic objects in a LogMiner configuration that you should be familiar with: the source database, the mining database, the LogMiner dictionary, and the redo log files containing the data of interest:

1The source database is the database that produces all the redo log files that you want LogMiner to analyze.

2The mining database is the database that LogMiner uses when it performs the analysis.

3The LogMiner dictionary allows LogMiner to provide table and column names, instead of internal object IDs, when it presents the redo log data that you request.

LogMiner uses the dictionary to translate internal object identifiers and datatypes to object names and external data formats. Without a dictionary, LogMiner returns internal object IDs and presents data as binary data.

-- LogMiner字典用于将内部对象ID号和数据类型转换为对象名和外部数据格式。使用LogMiner分析重做日志和归档日志时，应该生成LogMiner字典，否则将无法读懂分析结果。

For example, consider the following the SQL statement:

INSERT INTO HR.JOBS(JOB_ID, JOB_TITLE, MIN_SALARY, MAX_SALARY)  VALUES('IT_WT','Technical Writer', 4000, 11000);

Without the dictionary, LogMiner will display:

insert into "UNKNOWN"."OBJ# 45522"("COL 1","COL 2","COL 3","COL 4") values (HEXTORAW('45465f4748'),HEXTORAW('546563686e6963616c20577269746572'),HEXTORAW('c229'),HEXTORAW('c3020b'));

4The redo log files contain the changes made to the database or database dictionary.

1.4  LogMiner配置要求

The following are requirements for the source and mining database, the data dictionary, and the redo log files that LogMiner will mine:

Source and mining database

（1）Both the source database and the mining database must be running on the same hardware platform.

-- 源数据库和分析数据库必须运行在相同硬件平台上；

（2）The mining database can be the same as, or completely separate from, the source database.

-- 分析数据库可以是独立数据库或源数据库；

（3）The mining database must run the same release or a later release of the Oracle Database software as the source database.

--分析数据库的版本不能低于源数据库的版本；

（4）The mining database must use the same character set (or a superset of the character set) used by the source database.

--分析数据库与源数据库必须具有相同的字符集。

LogMiner dictionary

（1）The dictionary must be produced by the same source database that generates the redo log files that LogMiner will analyze.

-- LogMiner字典必须在源数据库中生成。

All redo log files:

（1）Must be produced by the same source database.

--当分析多个重做日志和归档日志时，它们必须是同一个源数据库的重做日志和归档日志；

（2）Must be associated with the same database RESETLOGS SCN.

--当分析多个重做日志和归档日志时，它们必须具有相同的resetlogs scn

（3）Must be from a release 8.0 or later Oracle Database. However, several of the LogMiner features introduced as of release 9.0.1 work only with redo log files produced on an Oracle9i or later database.

--当分析的重做日志和归档日志必须在Oracle8.0版本以上。

LogMiner does not allow you to mix redo log files from different databases or to use a dictionary from a different database than the one that generated the redo log files to be analyzed.

1.5补充日志（suppplemental logging

You must enable supplemental logging before generating log files that will be analyzed by LogMiner.

When you enable supplemental logging, additional information is recorded in the redo stream that is needed to make the information in the redo log files useful to you.        Therefore, at the very least, you must enable minimal supplemental logging, as the following SQL statement shows:

ALTER DATABASE ADD SUPPLEMENTAL LOG DATA;

To determine whether supplemental logging is enabled, query the V$DATABASE view, as the following SQL statement shows: SELECT SUPPLEMENTAL_LOG_DATA_MIN FROM V$DATABASE;

If the query returns a value of YES or IMPLICIT, then minimal supplemental logging is enabled.

重做日志用于实现例程恢复和介质恢复，这些操作所需要的数据被自动记录在重做日志中。但是，重做应用可能还需要记载其他列信息到重做日志中，记录其他列的日志过程被称为补充日志

默认情况下，Oracle数据库没有提供任何补充日志，从而导致默认情况下LogMiner无法支持以下特征：

（1）索引簇、链行和迁移行；

（2）直接路径插入；

（3）摘取LogMiner字典到重做日志；

（4）跟踪DDL；

（5）生成键列的SQL_REDO和SQL_UNDO信息；

（6）LONG和LOB数据类型。

因此，为了充分利用LogMiner提供的特征，必须激活补充日志。在数据库级激活补充日志的示例如下：

SQL> conn /as sysdba

已连接。

SQL> alter database add supplemental log data;

数据库已更改。

注意：激活不用重启数据库，数据库联机即可。

.  一个典型的LogMiner 步骤

This section describes the steps in a typical LogMiner session. Each step is described in its own subsection.

（2）.      Extract a LogMiner Dictionary (unless you plan to use the online catalog)

（4）.      Start LogMiner

To run LogMiner, you use the DBMS_LOGMNR PL/SQL package. Additionally, you might also use the DBMS_LOGMNR_D package if you choose to extract a LogMiner dictionary rather than use the online catalog.

The DBMS_LOGMNR package contains the procedures used to initialize and run LogMiner, including interfaces to specify names of redo log files, filter criteria, and session characteristics.

The DBMS_LOGMNR_D package queries the database dictionary tables of the current database to create a LogMiner dictionary file.

The LogMiner PL/SQL packages are owned by the SYS schema. Therefore, if you are not connected as user SYS, then:

（1）You must include SYS in your call. For example:

EXECUTE SYS.DBMS_LOGMNR.END_LOGMNR;

（2）You must have been granted the EXECUTE_CATALOG_ROLE role.

2.1 Enable Supplemental Logging

Enable the type of supplemental logging you want to use. At the very least, you must enable minimal supplemental logging, as follows:

SQL>ALTER DATABASE ADD SUPPLEMENTAL LOG DATA;

2.2 Extract a LogMiner Dictionary

To use LogMiner, you must supply it with a dictionary by doing one of the following:

（1）.      Specify use of the online catalog by using the DICT_FROM_ONLINE_CATALOG option when you start LogMiner.

（2）.      Extract database dictionary information to the redo log files.

（3）.      Extract database dictionary information to a flat file.

2.3 Specify Redo Log Files for Analysis

Before you can start LogMiner, you must specify the redo log files that you want to analyze. To do so, execute the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE procedure, as demonstrated in the following steps. You can add and remove redo log files in any order.

Note:

If you will be mining in the database instance that is generating the redo log files, then you only need to specify the CONTINUOUS_MINE option and one of the following when you start LogMiner:

（1）.      The STARTSCN parameter

（2）.      The STARTTIME parameter

2.3.1 Use SQL*Plus to start an Oracle instance, with the database either mounted or unmounted. For example, enter the STARTUP statement at the SQL prompt:

SQL>STARTUP

2.3.2 Create a list of redo log files. Specify the NEW option of the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE PL/SQL procedure to signal that this is the beginning of a new list. For example, enter the following to specify the /oracle/logs/log1.f redo log file:

execute dbms_logmnr.add_logfile( logfilename => '/oracle/logs/log1.f', options => dbms_logmnr.new);

2.3.3  If desired, add more redo log files by specifying the ADDFILE option of the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE PL/SQL procedure. For example, enter the following to add the /oracle/logs/log2.f redo log file:

The OPTIONS parameter is optional when you are adding additional redo log files. For example, you could simply enter the following:

2.3.4 If desired, remove redo log files by using the DBMS_LOGMNR.REMOVE_LOGFILE PL/SQL procedure. For example, enter the following to remove the /oracle/logs/log2.f redo log file:

execute dbms_logmnr.remove_logfile( logfilename => '/oracle/logs/log2.f');

2.4 Start LogMiner

After you have created a LogMiner dictionary file and specified which redo log files to analyze, you must start LogMiner. Take the following steps:

2.4.1 Execute the DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR procedure to start LogMiner.

Oracle recommends that you specify a LogMiner dictionary option. If you do not, then LogMiner cannot translate internal object identifiers and datatypes to object names and external data formats. Therefore, it would return internal object IDs and present data as binary data. Additionally, the MINE_VALUE and COLUMN_PRESENT functions cannot be used without a dictionary.

（1）If you are specifying the name of a flat file LogMiner dictionary, then you must supply a fully qualified file name for the dictionary file. For example, to start LogMiner using /oracle/database/dictionary.ora, issue the following statement:

execute dbms_logmnr.start_logmnr( dictfilename =>'/oracle/database/dictionary.ora');

（2）If you are not specifying a flat file dictionary name, then use the OPTIONS parameter to specify either the DICT_FROM_REDO_LOGS or DICT_FROM_ONLINE_CATALOG option.

If you specify DICT_FROM_REDO_LOGS, then LogMiner expects to find a dictionary in the redo log files that you specified with the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE procedure. To determine which redo log files contain a dictionary, look at the V$ARCHIVED_LOG view. See "Extracting a LogMiner Dictionary to the Redo Log Files" for an example. Note: If you add additional redo log files after LogMiner has been started, you must restart LogMiner. LogMiner will not retain options that were included in the previous call to DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR; you must respecify the options you want to use. However, LogMiner will retain the dictionary specification from the previous call if you do not specify a dictionary in the current call to DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR. For more information about the DICT_FROM_ONLINE_CATALOG option, see "Using the Online Catalog". 2.4.2 Optionally, you can filter your query by time or by SCN. 2.4.3 You can also use the OPTIONS parameter to specify additional characteristics of your LogMiner session. For example, you might decide to use the online catalog as your LogMiner dictionary and to have only committed transactions shown in the V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS view, as follows:

execute dbms_logmnr.start_logmnr(options=>

dbms_logmnr.dict_from_online_catalog + dbms_logmnr.committed_data_only);

You can execute the DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR procedure multiple timesspecifying different options each time. This can be useful, for example, if you did not get the desired results from a query of V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS, and want to restart LogMiner with different options. Unless you need to respecify the LogMiner dictionary, you do not need to add redo log files if they were already added with a previous call to DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR. 2.5 Query V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS

At this point, LogMiner is started and you can perform queries against the V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS view. See "Filtering and Formatting Data Returned to V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS" for examples of this.

2.6 End the LogMiner Session

To properly end a LogMiner session, use the DBMS_LOGMNR.END_LOGMNR PL/SQL procedure, as follows:

      EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR.END_LOGMNR;

This procedure closes all the redo log files and allows all the database and system resources allocated by LogMiner to be released.

If this procedure is not executed, then LogMiner retains all its allocated resources until the end of the Oracle session in which it was invoked. It is particularly important to use this procedure to end the LogMiner session if either the DDL_DICT_TRACKING option or the DICT_FROM_REDO_LOGS option was used.

.  LogMiner 数据字典和Redo Log Files

Before you begin using LogMiner, it is important to understand how LogMiner works with the LogMiner dictionary file (or files) and redo log files. This will help you to get accurate results and to plan the use of your system resources.

3.1 LogMiner Dictionary Options

LogMiner requires a dictionary to translate object IDs into object names when it returns redo data to you. LogMiner gives you three options for supplying the dictionary:

Oracle recommends that you use this option when you will have access to the source database from which the redo log files were created and when no changes to the column definitions in the tables of interest are anticipated. This is the most efficient and easy-to-use option.

Oracle recommends that you use this option when you do not expect to have access to the source database from which the redo log files were created, or if you anticipate that changes will be made to the column definitions in the tables of interest.

This option is maintained for backward compatibility with previous releases. This option does not guarantee transactional consistency. Oracle recommends that you use either the online catalog or extract the dictionary from redo log files instead.

3.1.1 Using the Online Catalog(一般用这种查DML操作)

To direct LogMiner to use the dictionary currently in use for the database, specify the online catalog as your dictionary source when you start LogMiner, as follows:

EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR(

OPTIONS => DBMS_LOGMNR.DICT_FROM_ONLINE_CATALOG);

In addition to using the online catalog to analyze online redo log files, you can use it to analyze archived redo log files, if you are on the same system that generated the archived redo log files.

The online catalog contains the latest information about the database and may be the fastest way to start your analysis. Because DDL operations that change important tables are somewhat rare, the online catalog generally contains the information you need for your analysis.

Remember, however, that the online catalog can only reconstruct SQL statements that are executed on the latest version of a table. As soon as a table is altered, the online catalog no longer reflects the previous version of the table. This means that LogMiner will not be able to reconstruct any SQL statements that were executed on the previous version of the table.

-- 使用源数据库分析重做日志或归档日志时，如果要分析表的结构没有发生任何变化，Oracle建议使用该选项分析重做日志和归档日志。

Instead, LogMiner generates nonexecutable SQL (including hexadecimal-to-raw formatting of binary values) in the SQL_REDO column of the V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS view similar to the following example:  insert into HR.EMPLOYEES(col#1, col#2) values (hextoraw('4a6f686e20446f65'),hextoraw('c306'));" The online catalog option requires that the database be open. The online catalog option is not valid with the DDL_DICT_TRACKING option of DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR. -- dbms_logmnr.dict_from_online_catalog要求数据库必须处于open状态，并且该选项只能用于跟踪DML操作，而不能用于跟踪DDL操作。 3.1.2 Extracting a LogMiner Dictionary to the Redo Log Files To extract a LogMiner dictionary to the redo log files, the database must be open and in ARCHIVELOG mode and archiving must be enabled. While the dictionary is being extracted to the redo log stream, no DDL statements can be executed. Therefore, the dictionary extracted to the redo log files is guaranteed to be consistent (whereas the dictionary extracted to a flat file is not). To extract dictionary information to the redo log files, execute the PL/SQL DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD procedure with the STORE_IN_REDO_LOGS option. Do not specify a file name or location.   EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD(   OPTIONS=> DBMS_LOGMNR_D.STORE_IN_REDO_LOGS);   The process of extracting the dictionary to the redo log files does consume database resources, but if you limit the extraction to off-peak hours, then this should not be a problem, and it is faster than extracting to a flat file. Depending on the size of the dictionary, it may be contained in multiple redo log files. If the relevant redo log files have been archived, then you can find out which redo log files contain the start and end of an extracted dictionary. To do so, query the V$ARCHIVED_LOG view, as follows:

SELECT NAME FROM V$ARCHIVED_LOG WHERE DICTIONARY_BEGIN='YES'; SELECT NAME FROM V$ARCHIVED_LOG WHERE DICTIONARY_END='YES';

Specify the names of the start and end redo log files, and possibly other logs in between them, with the ADD_LOGFILE procedure when you are preparing to begin a LogMiner session.

Oracle recommends that you periodically back up the redo log files so that the information is saved and available at a later date. Ideally, this will not involve any extra steps because if your database is being properly managed, then there should already be a process in place for backing up and restoring archived redo log files. Again, because of the time required, it is good practice to do this during off-peak hours.

使用分析数据库分析重做日志或归档日志，或者被分析表的结构发生改变时，Oracle建议使用该选项分析重做日志和归档日志。为了摘取LogMiner字典到重做日志，要求源数据库必须处于archivelog模式，并且该数据库处于open状态。

3.1.3 Extracting the LogMiner Dictionary to a Flat File

--用来查DDL的操作记录

When the LogMiner dictionary is in a flat file, fewer system resources are used than when it is contained in the redo log files. Oracle recommends that you regularly back up the dictionary extract to ensure correct analysis of older redo log files.

To extract database dictionary information to a flat file, use the DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD procedure with the STORE_IN_FLAT_FILE option.

Be sure that no DDL operations occur while the dictionary is being built.

The following steps describe how to extract a dictionary to a flat file. Steps 1 and 2 are preparation steps. You only need to do them once, and then you can extract a dictionary to a flat file as many times as you want to.

1The DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD procedure requires access to a directory where it can place the dictionary file. Because PL/SQL procedures do not normally access user directories, you must specify a directory for use by the DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD procedure or the procedure will fail. To specify a directory, set the initialization parameter, UTL_FILE_DIR, in the initialization parameter file.

For example, to set UTL_FILE_DIR to use /oracle/database as the directory where the dictionary file is placed, place the following in the initialization parameter file:

UTL_FILE_DIR = /oracle/database

Remember that for the changes to the initialization parameter file to take effect, you must stop and restart the database.

--要是该参数生效需要重启DB

2If the database is closed, then use SQL*Plus to mount and open the database whose redo log files you want to analyze. For example, entering the SQL STARTUP command mounts and opens the database:

SQL>STARTUP

3Execute the PL/SQL procedure DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD. Specify a file name for the dictionary and a directory path name for the file. This procedure creates the dictionary file.

For example, enter the following to create the file dictionary.ora in /oracle/database:

EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR_D.BUILD('dictionary.ora', '/oracle/database/',

DBMS_LOGMNR_D.STORE_IN_FLAT_FILE);

You could also specify a file name and location without specifying the STORE_IN_FLAT_FILE option. The result would be the same.

3.2  Redo Log File Options

To mine data in the redo log files, LogMiner needs information about which redo log files to mine. Changes made to the database that are found in these redo log files are delivered to you through the V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS view. You can direct LogMiner to automatically and dynamically create a list of redo log files to analyze, or you can explicitly specify a list of redo log files for LogMiner to analyze, as follows: 3.2.1 Automatically If LogMiner is being used on the source database, then you can direct LogMiner to find and create a list of redo log files for analysis automatically. Use the CONTINUOUS_MINE option when you start LogMiner with the DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR procedure, and specify a time or SCN range. Although this example specifies the dictionary from the online catalog, any LogMiner dictionary can be used. Note: The CONTINUOUS_MINE option requires that the database be mounted and that archiving be enabled. LogMiner will use the database control file to find and add redo log files that satisfy your specified time or SCN range to the LogMiner redo log file list. For example: EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR( STARTTIME => '01-Jan-2003 08:30:00', ENDTIME => '01-Jan-2003 08:45:00', OPTIONS => DBMS_LOGMNR.DICT_FROM_ONLINE_CATALOG + DBMS_LOGMNR.CONTINUOUS_MINE); You can also direct LogMiner to automatically build a list of redo log files to analyze by specifying just one redo log file using DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE, and then specifying the CONTINUOUS_MINE option when you start LogMiner. The previously described method is more typical, however. 3.2.2 Manually Use the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE procedure to manually create a list of redo log files before you start LogMiner. After the first redo log file has been added to the list, each subsequently added redo log file must be from the same database and associated with the same database RESETLOGS SCN. When using this method, LogMiner need not be connected to the source database. For example, to start a new list of redo log files, specify the NEW option of the DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE PL/SQL procedure to signal that this is the beginning of a new list. For example, enter the following to specify /oracle/logs/log1.f: EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE( LOGFILENAME => '/oracle/logs/log1.f', OPTIONS => DBMS_LOGMNR.NEW); If desired, add more redo log files by specifying the ADDFILE option of the PL/SQL DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE procedure. For example, enter the following to add /oracle/logs/log2.f: EXECUTE DBMS_LOGMNR.ADD_LOGFILE(   LOGFILENAME => '/oracle/logs/log2.f',   OPTIONS => DBMS_LOGMNR.ADDFILE); To determine which redo log files are being analyzed in the current LogMiner session, you can query the V$LOGMNR_LOGS view, which contains one row for each redo log file.

. LogMiner 示例

SQL> SELECT SUPPLEMENTAL_LOG_DATA_MIN FROM V$DATABASE; SUPPLEME -------- YES 如果是YES 或者IMPLICIT则表明已经生效了，否则需要启动： SQL> ALTER DATABASE ADD SUPPLEMENTAL LOG DATA; Database altered. 4.1 使用源数据库数据字典（Online Catalog）来分析DML操作 1、先进行DMLDDL的操作，以便下面分析。 SQL> conn /as sysdba 已连接。 SQL> show parameter utl; NAME TYPE VALUE ------------------------------------ ----------- -------- create_stored_outlines string utl_file_dir string SQL> insert into scott.dept values('80','Dave','AnQing'); 已创建 1 行。 SQL> update scott.dept set loc='shang hai' where deptno=70; 已更新 1 行。 SQL> commit; 提交完成。 SQL> delete from scott.dept where deptno=40; 已删除 1 行。 SQL> commit; 提交完成。 SQL> alter table scott.dept add(phone varchar2(32)); 表已更改。 SQL> insert into scott.dept values(50,'David','Dai','13888888888'); 已创建 1 行。 SQL> commit; 提交完成。 SQL> alter table scott.dept add(address varchar2(300)); 表已更改。 2、把在线重做日志变成归档日志，这样分析归档日志就可以了 SQL> alter system switch logfile; 系统已更改。 3、建立日志分析列表： ----添加要分析的日志文件 SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.add_logfile(logfilename=>'D:/oracle/arch/TEST/ARCHIVELOG/2009_08_25/O1_MF_1_32_597FQD7B_.ARC',options=>dbms_logmnr.new); PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。 ---继续填加，用dbms_logmnr.removefile可以删除 SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.add_logfile(logfilename=>'D:/oracle/arch/TEST/ARCHIVELOG/2009_08_25/O1_MF_1_30_597B5P7B_.ARC',options=>dbms_logmnr.addfile); PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。 4、启动LogMiner SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.start_logmnr(options=>dbms_logmnr.dict_from_online_catalog); PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。 5、查看日志分析结果： SQL> col username format a8 SQL> col sql_redo format a50 SQL> alter session set nls_date_format='yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss'; 会话已更改。 SQL> select username,scn,timestamp,sql_redo from v$logmnr_contents where seg_name='DEPT';

-------- ---------- ------------------- -----------------------------------

1645927 2009-08-25 16:54:56 delete from "SCOTT"."DEPT" where "DEPTNO" = '40' and "DNAME" = 'OPERATIONS' and "LOC" = 'BOSTON' and "PHONE" IS NULL and "ADDRESS" IS                                           NULL and ROWID = 'AAAMfNAAEAAAAAQAAD';

SYS         1645931 2009-08-25 16:54:57 alter table scott.dept add(phone varchar2(32)) ;

6、结束LogMiner

SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.end_logmnr;

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

4.2 摘取LogMiner字典到字典文件分析DDL操作

1、进行DDL操作，以便分析

SQL> drop table emp;

SQL> drop table dept;

SQL> conn /as sysdba

SQL> alter system switch logfile;

2、使用字典文件，请查看数据库是否配置utl_file_dir，这个参数为字典文件的目录。配置该参数后，需要重启数据库

SQL> show user;

USER 为 "SYS"

SQL> show parameter utl;

NAME                                 TYPE        VALUE

------------------------------------ ----------- ------------

create_stored_outlines               string

utl_file_dir                         string

SQL> alter system set utl_file_dir='D:/oracle/logminer' scope=spfile;

System altered.

SQL> shutdown immediate

Database closed.

Database dismounted.

ORACLE instance shut down.

SQL> startup

ORACLE instance started.

SQL> show parameter utl

NAME                                 TYPE        VALUE

------------------------------------ ----------- -----------

create_stored_outlines               string

utl_file_dir                         string      D:/oracle/logminer

3、建立字典文件：

SQL> execute dbms_logmnr_d.build ('dict.ora','D:/oracle/logminer',dbms_logmnr_d.store_in_flat_file);

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

4、建立日志分析列表：

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

5、启动LogMiner

SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.start_logmnr(dictfilename=>'D:/oracle/logminer/dict.ora',options=>dbms_logmnr.ddl_dict_tracking);

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

6、查询分析日志结果：

SQL> select username,scn,timestamp,sql_redo from v$logmnr_contents where lower(sql_redo) like '%table%'; USERNAME SCN TIMESTAMP SQL_REDO -------- ---------- -------------- ----------------------------------- 1647538 25-8月 -09 ALTER TABLE "SCOTT"."EMP" RENAME CONSTRAINT "PK_EMP" TO "BIN$f/mFjN+nTmaYjrb17YU80w==$0" ; 1647550 25-8月 -09 ALTER TABLE "SCOTT"."EMP" RENAME TO "BIN$E5UujHaTR+uItpLtzN0Ddw==$0" ; 1647553 25-8月 -09 drop table emp AS "BIN$E5UujHaTR+uItpLtzN0Ddw==$0" ; 1647565 25-8月 -09 ALTER TABLE "SCOTT"."DEPT" RENAME CONSTRAINT "PK_DEPT" TO "BIN$3imFL+/1SqONFCB7LoPcCg==$0" ; 1647571 25-8月 -09 ALTER TABLE "SCOTT"."DEPT" RENAME TO "BIN$kYKBLvltRb+vYaT6RkaRiA==$0"; 1647574 25-8月 -09 drop table dept AS "BIN$kYKBLvltRb+vYaT6RkaRiA==$0" ; 或者其他的查询： SQL> select username,scn,timestamp,sql_redo from v$logmnr_contents where username='SYS';

-------- ------------------- --------------------------------------------------

-------- ---------- -------------- -----------------------------------

SYS         1647487 25-8月 -09     set transaction read write;

SYS         1647488 25-8月 -09     alter user scott account unlock;

SYS         1647490 25-8月 -09     Unsupported

SYS         1647492 25-8月 -09     commit;

7、结束LogMiner

SQL> execute dbms_logmnr.end_logmnr;

PL/SQL 过程已成功完成。

注意，v$logmnr_contents内容保存了日志的内容，只在当前会话有效，如果想长期保存分析，可以在当前会话用create table tablename as select * from v$logmnr_contents语句来持久保存。

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