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Parallel Slaves and SESSIONS_PER_USER

From: Jim Silverman <jsilverman_at_Solucient.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 09:17:24 -0500
Message-ID: <2D1EFB433A527D4681B80C94B71E3598041234D8@aaexchange01.HEALTH.AD>


Hey, all.

Does anybody know whether the number of parallel slaves assigned to a session count toward the user's SESSIONS_PER_USER profile limit? For example, if a user submits a query with degree of parallelism 4, and 4 parallel query slaves are indeed assigned to work on this task, what would the number of concurrent sessions be vis--vis this profile limit? One - main session only? Four - parallel slaves only? Five - query coordinator plus slaves?

I'm pretty sure that I ran across a statement in some Oracle document somewhere indicating that the parallel slaves would, indeed, count toward the user's session limit. Of course, now that I'm looking for that statement again, I can't find it.

TIA.



Jim Silverman
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