I'm pretty sure it is because I used it on a recent cloud project. On Azure,
Windows and 18.104.22.168.
Unless, of course, I've quoted the wrong setting! Check docs.oracle.com for the
11g networking manual for details. I can't, I'm in the bath!!!!!!!! ;-)
On 16 April 2018 15:50:58 BST, John Dunn <JDunn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Is SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME available in Oracle 11?
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From: Norman Dunbar [mailto:oracle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 16 April 2018 10:09
To: John Dunn; John Dunn; oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Oracle running under Amazon Web services : database
connections timing out
If I renember correctly, adding SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME=15 does a probe
every 15 minutes to check connections are alive and effectively is a
keepalive. I've had to use this in the past. It goes on the server by
the way, not the client.
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