Utlbstat / utlestat in 10g

Hi there,
10g upgrade guide, Part Number B10763-01
For best results, run the SQL scripts utlbstat.sql and utlestat.sql to collect V$SYSSTAT statistics for a specific period
I must say I am quite surprised to read about those ancient scripts in a 10g upgrade guide... I thought they were no longer supported, and as far as I know, they are no longer documented.
Regards
Laurent Schneider
OCM DBA

I am the document owner for the Upgrade guide. Unfortunately, the mention of
these scripts was not caught during any of the review cycles for 10gR2.
I checked with the owner of the scripts who informed me that the scripts
apparently still do ship because of the amount of work it would be to remove them.
However, they should not be used or mentioned in the doc. I will remove all reference
to them from the Upgrade guide and this change will be reflected in the first Beta
review copy posted for the next release.

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