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dba_audit_session - more info?

From: J. Dex <cemail_219_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 16:35:59 -0500
Message-ID: <BAY115-F33C0284E7535463A0A3B58A5D30@phx.gbl>


From dba_audit_session, how can I map the sessionid (or anything else) to get more information on what specific type of process might be causing issues? The reason that I ask is that my system password keeps locking up so I have got auditing turned on. From the dba_audit_session table, I can see where something is trying to log in with an invalid password as I am seeing 1017 errors. I suspect it is a script that is getting kicked off from somewhere as this started occuring after we changed the password. This is a new server that I have taken over and so I think I might be missing something. Is there anyway to get more info through dba_audit_session to try and target specifically what is trying to kick off? It is 9i on Windows 2003 server.



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