V$LOGSTDBY_PROCESS displays dynamic information about what is happening to the Data Guard log apply services. This view is helpful when diagnosing performance problems during the logical application of archived redo logs to the standby database, and it can be helpful for other problems. This view is for logical standby databases only.
Session id of the associated session. This matches the SID column of the corresponding row in the V$SESSION view.
Serial number of the associated session. Together, (SID,SERIAL#) uniquely identify the session in the current database instance.
Parallel query slave ID
This corresponds to the SPID value of the row corresponding to this process in the V$PROCESS view
Role that the process plays in the context of SQL Apply:
Operation code identifying the current action of the process:
16111 - SQL Apply process is initializing
16112 - SQL Apply process is cleaning up as apply and mining processes are stopping based on a user command
16116 - SQL Apply process is idle
16117 - SQL Apply process is busy and is not waiting on any interesting event
16110 - APPLIER process has invoked a user-provided stored procedure in order to inspect a DDL statement prior to it being processed
16113 - APPLIER process is applying DML changes to some user object or to a sequence
16114 - APPLIER process is applying a DDL change
16115 - COORDINATOR process is loading the LogMiner dictionary from the redo stream
16243 - BUILDER process is paging out memory to free up space in lcr cache
16240 - READER process idle waiting for additional logfile to be available
16241 - READER process is idle waiting for the logfile to fill the log sequence gap
16242 - READER process is processing a logfile
Description of the current action of the process
Identifies the highest redo record/LCR processed by this process
The ID of the container to which the data pertains. Possible values include:
0: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to the entire CDB. This value is also used for rows in non-CDBs.
1: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to only the root
n: Where n is the applicable container ID for the rows containing data