Re: SQL*Net message from client

Hi Mario,

Makes sense. I definitely need to read a good book on reading trace
files before I start dabbling there.

Thanks,
Charu.


Re: SQL*Net message from client
    * From: Mario Cariggi <gelfand.transform@xxxxxxxxx>
    * To: joshic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    * Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2005 17:56:31 +0100

Hi Charudatta Joshi,

all those wait events are on behalf of another cursor,
in fact cursor #1; if you move backward in the trace
file, the first line with:

 PARSING IN CURSOR #1

will contain the info about the cursor responsible
for all those wait events.

regards.

Mario from Rome.
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