How to check which options or features are used in the Oracle database – The Geek Diary
This post explains how you can check which options or features are used in the database. This is particularly useful for licensing purposes or when you want to de-install a certain option.
This can be achieved through the DBA_FEATURE_USAGE_STATISTICS view. This view will list the feature usage on a per patchset basis. So the combination of feature name and version is unique.
Typically one can verify the features used using the following query:
select * from DBA_FEATURE_USAGE_STATISTICS where detected_usages > 0 order by name, version;
To get a list of options that are not in use:
select * from DBA_FEATURE_USAGE_STATISTICS where detected_usages = 0 order by name, version;
Note: If the DBID has been changed via nid command, the query against the DBFUS view MUST include the current DBID otherwise the results returned will be incorrect.