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Hey Dan. I've caught your presentations in Nashville and SF. You ever come to San Antonio. I've started a new user group down here and it would be nice to get you to come if you're ever in town. Or.. if you just want to have a drink and talk shop.... Jake
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This post will help to analyze Oracle database instance slowdown that can happen due to considerable row cache lock (enqueue) wait events. It’s is based on a real case of a database hang that I worked on recently. I must admit this type of situation does not appear often but it’s very dangerous since it can considerably slow down a database instance or even freeze it for a short period of time. In most cases SQL against ASH view and Systemstate dumps can help to nail down the problem unless…