Property Description → SESSIONS specifies the maximum number of sessions that can be created in the system. Property … can be used in a PDB only to change the value of the SESSIONS parameter for that PDB. ALTER SYSTEM … cannot be used to change the value of the SESSIONS parameter in a non-CDB or in a CDB$ROOT … % for recursive sessions.
5.10 Terminating Sessions → Sometimes it is necessary to terminate current user sessions. For example, you might want to … perform an administrative operation and need to terminate all non-administrative sessions. About … Terminating Sessions When a session is terminated, any active transactions of the session are rolled back … available to other sessions.
220.127.116.11 Top Blocking Sessions → The Top Blocking Sessions subsection lists the blocking sessions that accounted for the highest percentages of sampled session activity.
18.104.22.168 Top Sessions → The Top Session subsection lists the sessions that were waiting for a particular wait event that
9.3.6 Top Sessions → The Top Sessions section describes the sessions that were waiting for a particular wait event. Use … this information to identify the sessions that accounted for the highest percentages of sampled … session activity, which may be the cause of a transient performance problem. The Top Sessions section … contains
Sessions → OraOLEDB OLAP establishes connections and sessions to the Oracle database. OLE DB When the OLE DB
27.5.4 Mapping Sessions to Consumer Groups → You can map sessions to consumer groups using the SET_CONSUMER_GROUP_MAPPING procedure. You can
27.10.3 Viewing Current Consumer Groups for Sessions → sessions. The following example queries the V$SESSION view: SELECT sid,serial#,username
27.2 Assigning Sessions to Resource Consumer Groups → use to assign sessions to resource consumer groups. When a session is assigned to a resource consumer … . Note: Sessions that are not assigned to a consumer group are placed in the consumer group … OTHER_GROUPS. Overview of Assigning Sessions to Resource Consumer Groups Before you enable the Resource … Manager, you must specify
22.214.171.124 Canceling SQL and Terminating Sessions → sessions based on their amount of consumption of system resources, such as CPU and I/O. The SQL … to cancel SQL queries or to terminate sessions based on their consumption of system resources
126.96.36.199 Matching Server Sessions with Channels in Multiple RMAN Sessions → If multiple RMAN sessions are active, then the V$SESSION.CLIENT_INFO column can yield the same
188.8.131.52 Top Sessions Running PQs → The Top Sessions Running PQs subsection lists the sessions running parallel queries (PQs) that were
184.108.40.206 Limiting the Number of Shared Server Sessions → shared server user sessions. Setting this parameter, which is a dynamic parameter, lets you reserve … database sessions for dedicated servers. This in turn ensures that administrative tasks that require … sessions. To limit the number of shared server sessions: Set the SHARED_SERVER_SESSIONS initialization … shared
You can change the resource consumer group of running sessions. → 220.127.116.11.3 Switching All Sessions for a User The SWITCH_CONSUMER_GROUP_FOR_USER procedure changes … the resource consumer group for all sessions pertaining to the specified user name. The following PL … /SQL block switches all sessions that belong to user HR to the LOW_GROUP consumer group: BEGIN
18.104.22.168 Reading the Trace File for Shared Server Sessions → If shared server is enabled, each session using a dispatcher is routed to a shared server process, and trace information is written to the server trace file only if the session has enabled tracing (or if an error is encountered). Therefore, to track tracing for a specific session that connects using a dispatcher, you might have to explore several shared server trace files. To help you, Oracle provides
27.2.1 Overview of Assigning Sessions to Resource Consumer Groups → Before you enable the Resource Manager, you must specify how user sessions are assigned to resource … can switch their sessions from one consumer group to another. The database can also automatically … limits. Parent topic: Assigning Sessions to Resource Consumer Groups
24.2.2 Correlating Server Sessions with RMAN Channels → To identify which server sessions correspond to which RMAN channels, you can query V$SESSION and V … whether you have multiple RMAN sessions active concurrently. This section contains the following topics … : Matching Server Sessions with Channels When One RMAN Session Is Active Matching Server Sessions with Channels
14.4.4 Limiting Memory Use for User Sessions → To restrict the memory used by each client session from the SGA, set a resource limit using PRIVATE_SGA. PRIVATE_SGA defines the number of bytes of memory used from the SGA by a session. However, this parameter is rarely used, because most DBAs do not limit SGA consumption on a user-by-user basis. See Also: Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for information about setting the PRIVATE_SGA resource
25.8 Example Import Sessions → These sections give some examples of import sessions that show you how to use the parameter file
24.6 Example Export Sessions → Examples of the types of Export sessions. In each example, you are shown how to use both the … Example Export Session in User Mode Example Export Sessions in Table Mode Example Export Session Using Partition-Level Export Parent topic: Original Export