Lots of WAITS on database

my database is 10g and when we fire sqls then it shows lots of waits.
we are selecting records from partition tables and we are using ASM (normal redundancy) i have collected some data
it shows
Metrics "Database Time Spent Waiting (%)" is at 71.60994 for event class "Configuration"
and whne i see graph it was so high and there is high thing is "ps deq credit :send blkd"
i did not understand what is this.
we are using parallel degree by default on partiotion tables.
shall i do
1)we have ASM_POWER_LIMIT is 1 and shall i do it to other value like 5 or 8.
2)we have created local indexes on partotion tables ,and i noticed many times it uses full table scan.shall i have to ON degree of parallelism on indexes too.
please reply
thanks

with such limited information it's impossible to give valuable suggestion.
10g is not version, it's marketing label. Post your version in 4 decimal places.
You might want to run a statspack report or AWR report and post result here.

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