This code accepts an Oracle session ID [SID] as a parameter and will show you what SQL statement is running in...
that session and what event the session is waiting for. You simply create a SQL file of the code and run it from the SQL prompt. This tip was written with a little help from Oracle Metalink.
set pause off set pause 'Press Enter to continue.......' break on sid skip 1 set feedback off set verify OFF column sid format 99999 column sql_text form a500 prompt Please enter [Session ID] SID to trace.... accept p_sid_number prompt prompt Showing running sql statements ........................... prompt column last_call_et heading "Last Called|Time" Column event format a30 Column sid format 9999 Column session_cpu heading "CPU|used" Column physical_reads heading "physical|reads" Column consistent_gets heading "logical|reads" Column seconds_in_wait heading "seconds|waiting" select a.sid Current_SID, a.last_call_et ,b.sql_text from v$session a ,v$sqltext b where a.sid = &p_sid_number and a.username is not null and a.status = 'ACTIVE' and a.sql_address = b.address order by a.last_call_et,a.sid,b.piece; prompt prompt Showing what sql statement is doing..................... prompt select a.sid, a.value session_cpu, c.physical_reads, c.consistent_gets,d.event, d.seconds_in_wait from v$sesstat a,v$statname b, v$sess_io c, v$session_wait d where a.sid= &p_sid_number and b.name = 'CPU used by this session' and a.statistic# = b.statistic# and a.sid=c.sid and a.sid=d.sid;
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