RE: table locked from n minutes

Hi,

Oracle can detect deadlock, sure there is a way.

I only can share with you like this

you try look in these views

v$locked_object
v$lock
v$session
v$sqlarea

these are dynamic, they come and go, you can write trigger store the =
info once the lock occur,
this trigger take note if locking occur and check 10 minutes later =
(assume you don't want people lock your table more than 10 mins), for =
this technique sysdate is very helpful.

Sinardy


-----Original Message-----
From: Kommareddy, Srinivas (MED, Wissen Infotech)
[mailto:Srinivas.Kommareddy@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 02 April 2004 12:40
To: ORACLE-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: table locked from n minutes


Hi All,
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Is there a way to know that a table has been locked for n minutes ?
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( Because a session may lock it and release it several times (depending
up on the code). )
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We have a requirement to kill a session if it locks a table for n
minutes.
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Can somebody through somelight on this ?
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Thanks and Regards,
Srinivas

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