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Which command will help we to know that there are two imports  going on..?
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Check the online docs and the DBA_DATAPUMP_JOBS view.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e40402/statviews_3144.htm#REFRN23338
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How did you start the imports? When started from Unix/Linux just use a 'ps' command to find the processes, like this:

ps -ef | grep imp

Look for lines that have the imp command with parameters you would regocnize. If you see more than one (of the same) then you have more than one running.

If it's about datapump, then:

ps -ef | grep impdp
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>>ps -ef | grep impdp

I believe the datapump jobs run internal to the database.  The problem here is you can kill the impdp OS process and the internal job is still running so it won't show up in the process list.

I don't have any Unix around to test this.  Just going from memory.
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@slightwv - I have little experience with impdp and I started impdp from a Unix prompt last time I used it.
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But if you ctrl-c the impdp from the command prompt, does that actually kill the import database job?  Not sure if it remains in the OS process list or not.

I know after a ctrl-c you can reattach to the running job by running impdp.
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tonydba is under suspension due to multiple accounts and has been directed to come back and close ALL his open questions across ALL accounts properly.
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Yes, this helped

applied with ps -ef..

Thank you.
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