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how do i find the login failuers of an user in the auditing?

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hi i enabled auditing on my database.i want to see the login failures of a user.let me know that.thanks
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look in dba_audit_trail


where ACTION_NAME = LOGON  and returncode != 0
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can we find the users login failues > 5.

how many failure logins >5 ?

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I would like to know if there is any way we can find out the number of login failures of a user. If we can find out, I am interested in filtering out those users whose login failures were greater than 5 and their number of failures(count of failures)
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select username, count(*) from dba_audit_trail
where ACTION_NAME = LOGON  and returncode != 0
group by username
having count(*) > 5
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