Re: How to learn of set (but forgotten) session tracing?

--- J.Velikanovs@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> We can use dbms_system.read_ev(10046,event_level);
> for current session, 
> but I am unaware how to get info about other
> sessions.
> May be others can comment.
> 

FYI. This is covered extremely well in Appx A of
Oracle Wait Interface: A Practical Guide to 
Performance Diagnostics & Tuning.

ISBN:
007222729x

HTH

Regards,

Mike Thomas


        
                
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