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 <p.mclarty@xxxxxxxxxx> 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 [mailto:tony.vanlingen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wed 10/31/2007 10:30 AM To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 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 Tony van Lingen wrote: > G'day, > > I am encountering a problem with the resource group mapping both in > Oracle 10.2.0.1/linux and 10.1.0.4/Solaris (64 bits). I am trying to > apply a specific resource consumer group to users who log on using > either discoverer plus (dis51ws.exe) or discoverer desktop > (dis51usr.exe). This can be anybody, coming from any machine. As the > same clients can also log on with other, more important programs, > mapping the userid's or their machine is not an option. It seems to me > that the database does not map the user sessions correctly because of a > capitalisation problem: > > Users using Oracle Discovery Plus or Desktop should be mapped to the > DISCO consumer group on the name of the client program. In v$session all > users are listed as having DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP rather than DISCO though: > > SQL> select sid, serial#, RESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP, program from v$session; > > SID SERIAL# RESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP PROGRAM > ---------- ---------- ------------------------- --------- > 144 4875 SYS_GROUP sqlplus@PC0200026 > 145 11309 DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP sqlplus@PC0200026 > 146 1615 DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP dis51usr.exe > 147 12607 DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP dis51usr.exe > 148 1 oracle@PC0200026(q001) > 151 6 oracle@PC0200026(q000) > 152 7708 oracle@PC0200026(J000) > 154 1 oracle@PC0200026(QMNC) > 158 9274 DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP dis51adm.exe > 159 10843 DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP sqlplus.exe > 160 1 oracle@PC0200026(MMNL) > 161 1 oracle@PC0200026(MMON) > 162 1 oracle@PC0200026(CJQ0) > 163 1 oracle@PC0200026(RECO) > 164 1 oracle@PC0200026(SMON) > 165 1 oracle@PC0200026(CKPT) > 166 1 oracle@PC0200026(LGWR) > 167 1 oracle@PC0200026(DBW0) > 168 1 oracle@PC0200026(MMAN) > 169 1 oracle@PC0200026(PSP0) > 170 1 oracle@PC0200026(PMON) > > 21 rows selected. > > In v$rsrc_session_info the same current group is shown and the mapping > attribute field is empty. This tells me that Oracle does not see the > client program, right? This are the mappings: > > SQL> select ATTRIBUTE, VALUE, CONSUMER_GROUP from DBA_RSRC_GROUP_MAPPINGS; > > ATTRIBUTE VALUE CONSUMER_GROUP STATUS > -------------------- --------------- -------------------- ---------- > ORACLE_USER SYS SYS_GROUP ACTIVE > ORACLE_USER SYSTEM SYS_GROUP ACTIVE > CLIENT_PROGRAM DIS51USR.EXE DISCO ACTIVE > CLIENT_PROGRAM DIS51WS.EXE DISCO ACTIVE > > > I tried to enclose the program name in double quotes to see if that > would preserve capitalisation... it did not. It just added the double > quotes to the capitalised value. The mappings were created with the > following statements (note that the program name is specified in the > correct case): > > begin > DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.SET_CONSUMER_GROUP_MAPPING > (DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.CLIENT_PROGRAM, 'dis51usr.exe', 'disco'); -- > discoverer desktop > DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.SET_CONSUMER_GROUP_MAPPING > (DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.CLIENT_PROGRAM, 'dis51ws.exe' , 'disco'); -- > discoverer plus > end; > > Has anyone got this to work? What am I missing here? > > Database versions tried: > 10.2.0.1.0 / Linux > 10.1.0.4.0 - 64bit / Solaris > > Both enterprise editions. > > Cheers, > Tony van Lingen Systems Administrator and DBA ___________________________ Disclaimer WARNING: This e-mail (including any attachments) has originated from a Queensland Government department and may contain information that is confidential, private, or covered by legal professional privilege, and may be protected by copyright. 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