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RE: dbms_job issue.

From: Venu Gopal <>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 09:40:09 -0800
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Re-submit the job.that should work. It has a long theory.!!  

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Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 11:00 PM To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L  

Hello List, I am running into weird dbms_job issue. I have a dbms_job to collect perfstat every 1 hour , job was running fine for last 8-9 months without any issue. For last 3 days job is stopping every night around 2 AM. I am not seeing any trace file, any logs in alert file. Any idea what is cuasing this. Below is the output from dba_jobs. We are on 9202 AIX 5L.            JOB LAST_DATE NEXT_DATE THIS_DATE B FAILURES TOTAL_TIME

---------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -
---------- ----------
       45 18-SEP-03 02:01:02 18-SEP-03 03:00:00                    N
0        175

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