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Re: How to map a client program to a Resource Manager consumer group

From: Tony van Lingen <>
Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 09:57:00 +1000
Message-ID: <>


That's not encouraging. I did do some digging on Metalink and Google, but the only bugs I was able to find related to problems with mapping priorities. Can you give me an idea of the bugs that you found? Are they so bad that you would not use RM in a production environment at all? What do other people think about this?


fairlie rego wrote:
> I second Peter's comment and I can give you umpteen number of bugs
> which I have logged and know of in the RM subject area and I seriously
> doubt whether 11g has fixed many of them
> Thanks
> Fairlie
> */Peter McLarty <>/* wrote:
> Hi Tony
> From a conversation I had with a guy from Oracle a few months
> back, you are probably seeing a few bugs with resource manager.
> He suggested anyone who really wanted to get stuff working to use 11g
> Apparently there are a few gremlins there
> Cheers
> Peter
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony van Lingen []
> Sent: Wed 10/31/2007 10:30 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: How to map a client program to a Resource Manager
> consumer group
> Morning List.
> Hmm, not a single answer... does that mean that nobody actually
> uses the
> resource manager? What is good practice here.. If you use the
> resource
> manager at all, how do you map user sessions to consumer groups?
> Is it
> even advisable to use CLIENT_PROGRAM?
> All suggestions welcome.
> Cheers.
> Tony
> *Fairlie Rego
> *Senior Oracle Consultant
> M: +61 402 792 405
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