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export process is hung not going forward..

what is next step?
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>>export process is hung not going forward..

How do you know it is hung?  It may just be exporting a really LARGE table.

Go to the export directory and watch the specific DMP file.

If it keeps growing in size, it is still running.

Check the log file, there may be information in there.
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In addition, the database, as well as Windows and LINUX O/S have ways to monitor the resources consumed by a process.

1.  Has the export successfully run before, on this host and database?  What might have changed?
2.  When you check the log file as already suggested, also check to confirm your file systems have sufficient free space.
3.  If you are a DBA, you should have already checked for messages in your instance's alert log.

Can you provide the full script that you ran (without confidential info of course).
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>>Can you provide the full script that you ran (without confidential info of course).

Check any one of the previous several questions from this asker.  The shell script is in many of them.
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Just seeing them now, thank you :)
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>>Just seeing them now, thank you :)

Based in the askers latest question, the job is running and doing what it is supposed to be doing.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_28376403.html
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