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If you are someone who uses Database Query Log (DBQL) to keep on top of how much resource your users and applications are consuming, you are probably aware that there are different DBQL tables that collect information related to usage. Starting in Teradata Database 15.0, if you are tracking usage for utilities, that detail is carried in two places:  The DBQLogTbl and the DBQLUtilityTbl.

 

Which should you use?   Should you combine usage from both tables?  Or only consider the usage in one of the two tables?

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