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    when i use ps -ef i found a lot of lines similar as the following
    what does all those come from?
    based on my understanding, those lines corresponding to
    all request from outside, but sometimes the number of it goes
    unreasonably big, what's the probably reason?


    oracle 2970 1 0 17:33:05 ? 0:00 oracletest ( LOCAL=NO)

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    Check in v$session, it should show the same number of sessions/processes
    Ramon Caballero, DBA, rcaballe@yahoo.com

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    but after i shutdown the database, stop listener,
    it is stilll there.

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    And you don't have any other DB on that host?
    ps -fea|grep db
    The shutdown is normal? or abort?
    Ramon Caballero, DBA, rcaballe@yahoo.com

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    no, and the shutdown is normal

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    You connect to your server through local SQL+ and once again see it . These are all OS Processes for each DB Session(user connection).


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    but it is MUCH MUCH MORE than the user connection.

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