Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Oracle. Who Is Waiting, Who Is Locking

This Oracle (tested on 11g) SQL script shows who is waiting on locked tables.

SELECT SUBSTR(TO_CHAR(w.session_id),1,5) "W.SID", p1.spid "W.PID", SUBSTR(s1.username,1,12) "W.User", SUBSTR(s1.osuser,1,8) "W.OS User", SUBSTR(s1.program,1,20) "W.Program", s1.client_info "W.Client", '<< WAITING | HOLDING >>' "|", SUBSTR(TO_CHAR(h.session_id),1,5) "H.SID", p2.spid "H.PID", SUBSTR(s2.username,1,12) "H.User", SUBSTR(s2.osuser,1,8) "H.OS User", SUBSTR(s2.program,1,20) "H.Program", s2.client_info "H.Client", o.object_name "H.Object" FROM gv$process p1, gv$process p2, gv$session s1, gv$session s2, dba_locks w, dba_locks h, dba_objects o WHERE w.last_convert > 60 AND h.mode_held != 'None' AND h.mode_held != 'Null' AND w.mode_requested != 'None' AND s1.row_wait_obj# = o.object_id AND w.lock_type(+) = h.lock_type AND w.lock_id1(+) = h.lock_id1 AND w.lock_id2 (+) = h.lock_id2 AND w.session_id = s1.sid (+) AND h.session_id = s2.sid (+) AND s1.paddr = p1.addr (+) AND s2.paddr = p2.addr (+) ORDER BY w.last_convert DESC ;

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