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Posted Nov 19, 2007

Check all the clients that have accessed the database

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle
It lists all the hostnames from where they have connected to your database. It will be helpful in case you haven't enabled auditing to keep track of the logons.

Author: vengata narayanan


echo "List of all clients connecting to 'echo $ORACLE_SID"
sed -n 's/\(.*\)\(HOST\)=
  \([A-Z]*[a-z]*[-]*[0-9]*\)\(.*\)\(HOST\)\(.*\)/\3 /p' $1 | sort|uniq
execute using "check dbname_listener.log"
where check is this shell script name and dbname_listener.log 
  is the name of the listener for that database


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