When an inactive session has been terminated, the STATUS of the session in the V$SESSION view is KILLED. The row
for the terminated session is removed from V$SESSION after the user attempts to use the session again and receives the ORA-00028 message.
If that's not practical, you can kill the session's server process at the OS level. Use kill on Unix or Linux, or orakill on Windows.
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