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    History of Instance startup and shutdown

    Dear All,
    i want to have history of an oracle instance startup for last Six month

    e.g

    STARTUP_TIME
    --------------
    9/1/07 3:36 PM
    8/31/07 9:25 PM
    8/3/07 4:23 PM
    7/28/07 10:26 AM
    4/6/07 6:21 PM
    3/28/07 8:34 PM
    3/19/07 1:10 AM
    3/16/07 12:48 PM
    3/14/07 12:11 PM

    can anybody help me in this regard?

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    look in your alert log, database doesnt store this time (unless you do)

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    Talking



    Look for the '*.aud' files under $OH/rdbms/audit.


    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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    Where it says...

    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB
    You can always create logon/logoff database triggers and populate your own activity-tracking table.
    ... please read "You can always create startup/shutdowndatabase triggers and populate your own activity-tracking table."

    Sorry about the typo; what the user wants to track are startup/shutdown operations.
    Last edited by PAVB; 09-10-2007 at 02:15 PM.
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    you always get auditing files for sysdba logins, cant turn those off

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