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Which process terminates the shared server on the basis of usage..
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is that ?  smon
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"SMON (system monitor) is the Oracle background process which performs instance recovery, cleans up after unclean shutdowns and coalesces adjacent free extents into larger free extents."  <cough cough> Don't even think about killing it.

Be more precise about your perceived problem.  And from the docs, "SHARED_SERVERS specifies the number of server processes that you want to create when an instance is started."  That's an adjustable integer in the system settings.  http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28320/initparams228.htm#REFRN10204

Am I on track with your need here?
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