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Oracle® Database Reference
11g Release 2 (11.2)

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Column Datatype Description
SESSIONS_MAX NUMBER Maximum number of concurrent user sessions allowed for the instance
SESSIONS_WARNING NUMBER Warning limit for concurrent user sessions for the instance
SESSIONS_CURRENT NUMBER Current number of concurrent user sessions
SESSIONS_HIGHWATER NUMBER Highest number of concurrent user sessions since the instance started
USERS_MAX NUMBER Maximum number of named users allowed for the database
CPU_COUNT_CURRENT NUMBER Current number of logical CPUs or processors on the system
CPU_CORE_COUNT_CURRENT NUMBER Current number of CPU cores on the system (includes subcores of multicore CPUs, as well as single-core CPUs)
CPU_SOCKET_COUNT_CURRENT NUMBER Current number of CPU sockets on the system (represents an absolute count of CPU chips on the system, regardless of multithreading or multicore architectures)
CPU_COUNT_HIGHWATER NUMBER Highest number of logical CPUs or processors on the system since the instance started
CPU_CORE_COUNT_HIGHWATER NUMBER Highest number of CPU cores on the system since the instance started (includes subcores of multicore CPUs, as well as single-core CPUs)
CPU_SOCKET_COUNT_HIGHWATER NUMBER Highest number of CPU sockets on the system since the instance started (represents an absolute count of CPU chips on the system, regardless of multithreading or multicore architectures)

Note:

The availability of the CPU core count and CPU socket count statistics is subject to the operating system platform on which the Oracle Database is running. If a statistic is unavailable, the view will return NULL for the statistic value.