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    Angry

    Hi there,

    Oracle 8.0.5/ Apps 11.0.3, NT 4.0.

    Today, users are getting following errors at random when they execute modules in the application.

    ORA-604: Error occurred at recursive SQL 1 Level.
    ORA-00018: Maximum number of sessions exceeded.

    ORA-01000: Maximum open cursors exceeded.

    I checked count(*) from v$session. It was 63 (including background processes)

    Foll. are other init.ora parameters.

    PROCESSES = 75
    SESSION = 87
    TRANSACTION = 95

    OPEN_CURSORS = 300
    SESSION_CAHCHED_CURSORS = 150
    SESSION_MAX_OPEN_FILES = 0

    It is on Production.

    Pl. help...

    Thanks in Adv.


    Sam
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    do select * from v$resource_limit and paste here but you MUST have not shutdown the datatabse because the data in that v$ is from instance startup

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    Hi Pando,

    Foll. is the output from v$resource_limit. I don't know how to indent the output in editor of this forum.

    processes 49 62 75 75
    sessions 59 87 87 87
    lm_procs 0 0 0 0
    lm_ress 0 0 0 UN
    lm_locks 0 0 0 UN
    enqueue_locks 129 221 1306 1306
    enqueue_resourc 131 243 5000 5000
    dml_locks 4 95 500 500
    temp_table_locks0 5 UN UN
    transactions 48 65 95 95
    sort_seg_locks 0 0 UN UN
    max_rbs 9 9 31 31
    distr_trans 0 1 23 23
    mts_max_servers 0 0 20 20
    para_max_server 0 0 6 6

    Thanks,

    Sam
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    Code:
    this is from the crm application here (production)
    
    select * from v$resource_limit
    
    RESOURCE_NAME                  CURRENT_UTILIZATION MAX_UTILIZATION INITIAL_AL LIMIT_VALU
    ------------------------------ ------------------- --------------- ---------- ----------
    processes                                       93             102        450        450
    sessions                                        93             114        500        500
    enqueue_locks                                   80             124       6030       6030
    enqueue_resources                               85             142       1500       1500
    _lm_procs                                        0               0          0          0
    lm_ress                                          0               0          0  UNLIMITED
    lm_locks                                         0               0          0  UNLIMITED
    lm_cache_ress                                    0               0          0  UNLIMITED
    dml_locks                                        3              36       2200       2200
    temporary_table_locks                            0              13  UNLIMITED  UNLIMITED
    transactions                                     3              14        550        550
    sort_segment_locks                               2              12  UNLIMITED  UNLIMITED
    max_rollback_segments                           11              11        111        111
    distributed_transactions                         0               0        137        137
    mts_max_servers                                  0               0         20         20
    parallel_max_servers                             0               0          6          6

    look your max_utilization of sessions, it reached to 87 so obviously your count(*) from v$session wasnt correct, when you run the query the number of session had already decreased

    so just increase you init.ora parameter

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    Hi pando,

    How did you paste your output to look it so nice?

    In my init.ora, there is no parameter 'SESSIONS', PROCESSES is defined as 75. Should I increase this value so that as per forumla SESSIONS = (1.1*processes)+5, it will calculate SESSIONS automatically?

    Thanks,
    Sam
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    ye it will calculate auto if you increase process

    I am good looking so my post looks bettah

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    Talking

    Pando,

    I am good looking so my post looks bettah

    Pl. tell me where you have placed your photograph so that your thread first l**k at your photo and then do indenting as per your l##k.

    Just kidding. Finally, tell me how did you do that?

    Thanks,
    Sam
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