Using sys.dbms_scheduler.STOP_JOB one can stop scheduled job. SQL> exec sys.dbms_scheduler.STOP_JOB(job_name=>'SYS.ORA$AT_OS_OPT_SY_12856', force=>true); Output: PL/SQL procedure successfully completed. If it can’t find the job then you may see the following error, in the example below I hadn’t specified the user to it was looking for the job as the current user. ORA-27475: “DBAUSER.ORA$AT_OS_OPT_SY_12856” must be a job ORA-06512: at “SYS.DBMS_ISCHED”, line 199 ORA-06512: at “SYS.DBMS_SCHEDULER”, line 557 … Continue reading How to stop a job scheduled in DBMS_SCHEDULER?
Few examples of some scenarios of setting intervals for dba_jobs. Note: Updating the interval will not update the NEXT_DATE run of the job until the job runs. Setting a job to run every monday at 10:00 am SQL> exec dbms_job.interval(5, 'TRUNC(NEXT_DAY(SYSDATE, ''MONDAY''))+(10/24)'); SQL> commit; — assume job was run and this SQL was run after it was run SQL> SELECT job, interval, next_date FROM dba_jobs … Continue reading dba_jobs and interval
DBMS_JOB allows one to create/manage jobs under user who has logged but using sys.dbms_ijob one can manage jobs all jobs scheduled in DBA_JOBS. Here are some of the functions available in sys.dbms_ijob. To execute/run job: You don’t have to be an owner of the job SQL> exec sys.dbms_ijob.run(5); If one tried executing the job not owned by the user using DBMS_JOB, one can’t run it … Continue reading Using sys.dbms_iob one can manage jobs in dba_jobs.
By setting the value of 0 to the parameter “job_queue_processes” one can suspend all jobs from executing in DBA_JOBS. The value of this parameter can be changed without instance restart. -- see current value of the parameter SQL> show parameter job_queue_processes; NAME TYPE VALUE ———————————— ———– ———– job_queue_processes integer 1000 -- Set the value of the parameter in memory, which will suspend jobs from starting … Continue reading How to suspend all jobs from executing in dba_jobs?
Using dba_jobs_running it will show the all jobs executing. SQL> select djr.sid, djr.job, djr.failures, djr.this_date, djr.this_sec, dj.what from dba_jobs_running djr, dba_jobs dj where djr.job = dj.job; SID JOB FAILURES THIS_DATE THIS_SEC ———- ———- ———- ——————– ——– WHAT —————————————————————————————————- 68 21 0 19-feb-2012 21:09:34 21:09:34 dbms_lock.sleep(100); Continue reading How to see the jobs currently being executed?
Using dbms_job one can schedule a job, in the following example schedules a job to run every 5 minutes starting from current time. The next interval can be fixed time or it can be based on the time when the last run finished, in the example below the interval is time when the last run/time when the job finishes so the next run would occur … Continue reading How to submit a new job using dbms_job?
Using DBA_SCHEDULER_RUNNING_JOBS one can see jobs currently running. In the example below it shows the oracle session id and corresponding OS process id. 22:20:51 sys@TESTDB> select job_name, session_id from dba_scheduler_running_jobs; JOB_NAME SESSION_ID —————————— ———- GATHER_STATS_JOB 364 1 row selected. sys@TESTDB> select program from v$session where sid = 364; PROGRAM ———————————————— oracle@hostname (J002) 1 row selected. sys@TESTDB> select vs.program, spid from v$session vs, v$process vp where … Continue reading dba_scheduler_running_jobs