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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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DBA_RESUMABLE

DBA_RESUMABLE displays all resumable statements executed in the system.

Related View

USER_RESUMABLE displays the resumable statements executed by the current user. This view does not display the USER_ID column.

Column Datatype NULL Description
USER_ID NUMBER   User ID Number of the Resumable Statement Owner
SESSION_ID NUMBER   Session Identifier of the Resumable Statement
INSTANCE_ID NUMBER   Instance Number of the Resumable Statement
COORD_INSTANCE_ID NUMBER   Instance Number on which the Parallel Coordinator is Running
COORD_SESSION_ID NUMBER   Session Identifier of the Parallel Coordinator
STATUS VARCHAR2(9)   Status of the resumable statement:
  • RUNNING

  • SUSPENDED

  • TIMEOUT

  • ERROR

  • ABORTED

TIMEOUT NUMBER   Timeout of the resumable statement
START_TIME VARCHAR2(20)   Start time of the resumable statement
SUSPEND_TIME VARCHAR2(20)   Last time the resumable statement was suspended (initialized to NULL)
RESUME_TIME VARCHAR2(20)   Last time the suspended resumable statement was resumed (initialized to NULL)
NAME VARCHAR2(4000)   Name given in the resumable clause of the resumable statement
SQL_TEXT VARCHAR2(1000)   Resumable statement, selected from the V$SQL view
ERROR_NUMBER NUMBER   Error code of the last correctable error. When STATUS is set to RUNNING, its value will be 0.
ERROR_PARAMETER1 VARCHAR2(80)   First parameter for the error message (NULL if no error)
ERROR_PARAMETER2 VARCHAR2(80)   Second parameter for the error message (NULL if no error)
ERROR_PARAMETER3 VARCHAR2(80)   Third parameter for the error message (NULL if no error)
ERROR_PARAMETER4 VARCHAR2(80)   Forth parameter for the error message (NULL if no error)
ERROR_PARAMETER5 VARCHAR2(80)   Fifth parameter for the error message (NULL if no error)
ERROR_MSG VARCHAR2(4000)   Error message corresponding to ERROR_NUMBER. It will be NULL when ERROR_NUMBER is 0.

See Also:

"USER_RESUMABLE"