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    tuxedo web apps on Oracle 9i AIX

    Hi Friends,

    We got a tuxedo web apps running against our 9i (9.2.0.1) DB on AIX.
    We found out that most of the time when user quits the client web
    apps, its corresponding process in the Database still remains,
    even for days. So we have to shutdown the database every midnight
    just to clean up the run-away process.
    Im thinking of creating a script that will periodically kill the
    run-away process on both the OS and DB sides. Can u help me pls how
    to identify a defunct/runaway process on both?

    Thanks a lot

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    why dont you set profiles will idle time?

    least they wont be taking any resources.

    anyway looks for sessions which havent been active in ages and are inactive.

    thirdly - fix the app

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    Thanks hun,

    The apps just doing exit, I think it is a bug in 9i that it can't
    release/terminate and inactive/defunct process. I've seen a thread
    here before that he tried to kill a certain runaway session but it
    takes to long to take effect, maybe we got similar problem.
    Has anyone exprienced killing sessions and it wont be killed?

    Thanks a lot

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    best solution is to fix the app so it closes its sessions properly

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    Ok, I'll recommend to the management the its the Apps that is causing
    the problem(its an outsourced apps). that they have to properly close
    what needs to be closed properly.
    I'm just afraid if they will claim thay theres no problem in their
    apps and its made perfectly. :(
    Last edited by kris123; 05-10-2005 at 08:10 AM.

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    well you have the proof it isnt - the sessions are still there to be seen

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