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  1. #1
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    Database startup and shutdown time

    Hi,

    Beside Alter log file, is there any other way to know the database startup and shutdown time?

    Thanks and Regards
    sumit

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    well in single instance database you can check startup time in v$instance

    dont think shutfown is recorded anywhere else

    if you want to record all that in a table write database evnets triggers for startup and shutdown

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    Hi Pando,

    Long time back hearing from you. Hope doing well.

    Can you pls send me a sample of 'EVENT TRIGGER' and guide me little bit, what excatly I have to capture.

    Thanks
    sumit

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    one example of event triggers

    Code:
    create table event_log
    (log_date varchar2(36),
     event varchar2(36),
     username varchar2(36),
     owner varchar2(36),
     object_name varchar2(36),
     object_type varchar2(36),
     dbname varchar2(36),
     sql_text varchar2(2000)
    );
    
    create or replace trigger truncate_trg
    after truncate on database
    declare
      l_sql_stmt varchar2(2000);
    begin
      select sql_text 
        into l_sql_stmt
        from v$sql a, v$session b
       where a.address = b.sql_address
         and a.hash_value = b.sql_hash_value;
      insert into event_log
      values(sysdate, 
             ora_sysevent, 
             ora_login_user, 
             ora_dict_obj_owner,
             ora_dict_obj_name, 
             ora_dict_obj_type,
             ora_database_name);
    end;
    /
    
    create or replace trigger alter_user_trg
    after alter on database
    declare
      l_sql_stmt varchar2(2000);
      l_sid number;
    begin
      if (ora_dict_obj_type='USER')
      then
      select sql_text, sid
        into l_sql_stmt, l_sid
        from v$sql a, v$session b
       where a.address = b.sql_address
         and a.hash_value = b.sql_hash_value
         and audsid = userenv('SESSIONID');
      insert into event_log
      values(sysdate, 
             ora_sysevent, 
             ora_login_user, 
             ora_dict_obj_owner,
             ora_dict_obj_name, 
             ora_dict_obj_type,
             ora_database_name,
             l_sid||' ##### '||l_sql_stmt);
      end if;
    end;
    /

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