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Posted Mar 3, 2003

Sessions That Are Idle for More Than 1 Hour

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle
Find all of the sessions that are idle for more than 1 hr. Command to kill those sessions is also given.

Author: K Chithra

select sid,serial#,username,trunc

(last_call_et/3600,2)||' hr' 


from V$session where

last_call_et > 3600 and username is not null

Note : last_call_et is in seconds .You can give where clause accordingly. Ex : for 2hrs:7200 etc. Once identified ,if you want to kill those session , you can use this command:
alter system kill session '<sid>,<serial#>';

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