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View in Oracle that displays shutdown history logs

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hi,

I' m using Oracle 11G on Windows 2008 Server R2 .  
I want to know if there is a view, table etc.  in Oracle that displays shutdown information of computer and Oracle like how the computer is shutdown, when  etc .  


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no,  but you can see information about the db shutdown/startup in the alert log.

the database doesn't store any information about the server reboots though
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>>how the computer is shutdown

You don't need Oracle for this, as you can just use the Windows Shutdown Tracker (in 2003/2008), assuming it's not disabled.
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