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history tablespace temp usage

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Hello,

After restart the database, is it possible to get which query consume excessively  tablespace temp?

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If you are licensed for the diagnostic pack then try this...

select * from dba_hist_active_sess_history order by temp_space_allocated desc nulls last


see what comes out on top


if you are not, and if you had stats pack collection, you could try looking there.
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