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Check Status of Oracle Query

Posted on 2009-06-29
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Can anyone tell me how to check the status of a long running query (Oracle 10g)?
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You can start with the V$SESSION_LONGOPS view

You can join it against the V$SQL view to get the text of the query.
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what type of status are you looking for?  

you can try something like this if you want to see what the query's session is waiting on.

SELECT   s.sid, sw.event
  FROM   v$session s, v$session_wait sw
 WHERE   sw.sid = s.sid
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