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Clients session hang in database

Posted on 2009-04-06
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We have a problem in the database, the sessions hang for some situations like client disconnected from the network and reconnect again.
I searched and found it is a bug will be solved in the next release of the oracle database version.But for now there is a solution can be made upon the operating system.
The database OS is Windows 2003 R2 64bit version.
The attached file contains Oracle comments about this bug.
I want to know how can I configure TCP keepalive to the required timeouts at OS level.

Thanks


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TCp settings are in the registry. There are different tools TCPOptimizer might be such a tool.

The following might be useful as well.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324270
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