Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 16:52:27 -0400
2 node RAC, 10.2.0.4 EE, on Solaris 10
I am examining data in FGA_LOG$ generated by my fine grained auditing configuration. I am surprised to see many records with SCN=0. These records are all inserts (STMT_TYPE=2). And as a cute little aside, after I saw this the database began kicking me out with ORA-3113. Lovely.
Has anyone seen this before? How could Oracle just decide to give me garbage for the SCN? A feature, perhaps?
Thank you for any suggestions, ideas, thoughts or KITA you are willing to provide.
SYSTEM _at_k31>SELECT stmt_type, TRUNC (ntimestamp#), COUNT (*)
2 FROM SYS.fga_log$
3 WHERE SCN = 0 4 GROUP BY stmt_type, TRUNC (ntimestamp#);
STMT_TYPE TRUNC(NTI COUNT(*)
- --------- ----------
2 20-JUN-09 876 2 18-JUN-09 2717 2 21-JUN-09 633 2 22-JUN-09 8819 2 19-JUN-09 2877 Lisa Koivu
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http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l Received on Mon Jun 22 2009 - 15:52:27 CDT