Resumable_timeout Parameter In Oracle Database

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Resumable_timeout Parameter In Oracle Database

Resumable_timeout Parameter In Oracle Database

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  • Submitted By - rajkishore

  • Submitted on - 2017-11-19 20:27:27

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resumable_timeout is an initialization parameter introduced in Oracle 9i. This parameter defines the duration in seconds, for which the statements will be suspended if there is no space available in the tablespace for that operation. Once we add space to that tablespace, those transactions will resume their operation.

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