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Oracle resumable_timeout

resumable_timeout

Parameter type – Integer

Default value – 0 (seconds)

Modifiable – ALTER SESSION, ALTER SYSTEM

Range of values – 0 to unlimited (in seconds)

resumable_timeout enables or disables resumable statements and specifies resumable timeout at the system level.

Setting the resumable_timeout initialization parameter, you can enable resumable space allocation system wild and specify a timeout interval by setting the resumable_timeout initialization parameter.

For example, the following setting of the resumable_timeout parameter in the initialization parameter file causes all sessions to initially be enabled for resumable space allocation and sets the timeout period to one hour:

RESUMABLE_TIMEOUT = 3600

If this parameter is set to 0, then resumable space allocation is disabled initially for all sessions. This is the default.

You can use the ALTER SYSTEM SET statement to change the value of this parameter at the system level. For example, the following statement will disable resumable space allocation for all sessions:

ALTER SYSTEM SET RESUMABLE_TIMEOUT=0;

Within a session, a user can issue the ALTER SESSION SET statement to set the resumable_timeout initialization parameter and enable resumable space allocation, change a timeout value, or to disable resumable mode.

Using ALTER SESSION to enable and disable Resumable Space Allocation, a user can enable the resumable mode for a session, using the following SQL statement:

ALTER SESSION ENABLE RESUMABLE;

To disable the resumable mode, a user issues the following statement:

ALTER SESSION DISABLE RESUMABLE;

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