RE: Long running roll back

From: Mercadante, Thomas F (LABOR) <>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 08:32:58 -0400
Message-ID: <ABB9D76E187C5146AB5683F5A07336FFE09396@EXCNYSM0A1AJ.nysemail.nyenet>


Is this on Unix? Do you see a unix process # 19385 still active? This is the spid value from your query. Kill -9 that process and see if this session goes away.  


[] On Behalf Of Ram Raman Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2008 6:53 PM
To: Allen, Brandon
Subject: Re: Long running roll back  


When I saw it, it was a very long running Select. Could it be part of a transaction that probably had updates before this select? That is what is preventing me from killing it on the OS side. But then I dont see anything on v$transaction.  

It is a third party application that I dont know much about.  

On 10/14/08, Allen, Brandon <> wrote:

If there is nothing in v$transaction, then why do you suspect rollback is taking place?  

Was it just a SELECT statement, or was it DML?  

Why don't you just kill the CPU hog from the OS?    

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