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Posted Sunday, February 23, 2014 12:26 AM
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Just like SQL Profiler in MSSQL server is there any tool in Oracle to figure out what queries are currently running on the server. Can we do that using TOAD??

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Posted Monday, May 26, 2014 2:03 PM
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In SQL Developer, there are a couple of options in the tools menu.

Monitor Sessions shows the results of the following query:

with vs as (select rownum rnum,
sid,
serial#,
status,
username,
last_call_et,
command,
machine,
osuser,
module,
action,
resource_consumer_group,
client_info,
client_identifier,
type,
terminal
from v$session)
select vs.sid ,serial# serial,
vs.username "Username",
case when vs.status = 'ACTIVE'
then last_call_et
else null end "Seconds in Wait",
decode(vs.command,
0,null,
1,'CRE TAB',
2,'INSERT',
3,'SELECT',
4,'CRE CLUSTER',
5,'ALT CLUSTER',
6,'UPDATE',
7,'DELETE',
8,'DRP CLUSTER',
9,'CRE INDEX',
10,'DROP INDEX',
11,'ALT INDEX',
12,'DROP TABLE',
13,'CRE SEQ',
14,'ALT SEQ',
15,'ALT TABLE',
16,'DROP SEQ',
17,'GRANT',
18,'REVOKE',
19,'CRE SYN',
20,'DROP SYN',
21,'CRE VIEW',
22,'DROP VIEW',
23,'VAL INDEX',
24,'CRE PROC',
25,'ALT PROC',
26,'LOCK TABLE',
28,'RENAME',
29,'COMMENT',
30,'AUDIT',
31,'NOAUDIT',
32,'CRE DBLINK',
33,'DROP DBLINK',
34,'CRE DB',
35,'ALTER DB',
36,'CRE RBS',
37,'ALT RBS',
38,'DROP RBS',
39,'CRE TBLSPC',
40,'ALT TBLSPC',
41,'DROP TBLSPC',
42,'ALT SESSION',
43,'ALT USER',
44,'COMMIT',
45,'ROLLBACK',
46,'SAVEPOINT',
47,'PL/SQL EXEC',
48,'SET XACTN',
49,'SWITCH LOG',
50,'EXPLAIN',
51,'CRE USER',
52,'CRE ROLE',
53,'DROP USER',
54,'DROP ROLE',
55,'SET ROLE',
56,'CRE SCHEMA',
57,'CRE CTLFILE',
58,'ALTER TRACING',
59,'CRE TRIGGER',
60,'ALT TRIGGER',
61,'DRP TRIGGER',
62,'ANALYZE TAB',
63,'ANALYZE IX',
64,'ANALYZE CLUS',
65,'CRE PROFILE',
66,'DRP PROFILE',
67,'ALT PROFILE',
68,'DRP PROC',
69,'DRP PROC',
70,'ALT RESOURCE',
71,'CRE SNPLOG',
72,'ALT SNPLOG',
73,'DROP SNPLOG',
74,'CREATE SNAP',
75,'ALT SNAP',
76,'DROP SNAP',
79,'ALTER ROLE',
79,'ALTER ROLE',
85,'TRUNC TAB',
86,'TRUNC CLUST',
88,'ALT VIEW',
91,'CRE FUNC',
92,'ALT FUNC',
93,'DROP FUNC',
94,'CRE PKG',
95,'ALT PKG',
96,'DROP PKG',
97,'CRE PKG BODY',
98,'ALT PKG BODY',
99,'DRP PKG BODY',
to_char(vs.command)) "Command",
vs.machine "Machine",
vs.osuser "OS User",
lower(vs.status) "Status",
vs.module "Module",
vs.action "Action",
vs.resource_consumer_group,
vs.client_info,
vs.client_identifier
from vs
where vs.USERNAME is not null
and nvl(vs.osuser,'x') <> 'SYSTEM'
and vs.type <> 'BACKGROUND'
order by 1





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hi guys you can find bvy this query running query status..


select sesion.sid,
sql_text
from v$sqltext sqltext, v$session sesion
where sesion.sql_hash_value = sqltext.hash_value
and sesion.sql_address = sqltext.address
and sesion.username is not null
order by sqltext.piece;


try it and see the result.


http://www.sajawatevents.com/
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