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 How to tell when a scheduled job is running

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonMarch 13, 2015

Question:  How do I query the dictionary to see what dbms_scheduler job are currently running?  I need to know what jobs are running at a specific time.

Answer:  These views will show already currently running scheduled jobs:

  • v$session
  • dba_scheduler_running_chains
  • dba_scheduler_running_jobs
  • v$scheduler_running_jobs
  • dba_scheduler_job_run_details

You can query v$session for the job name to see if it is still executing and abort on postpone the task (using the sleep command) until it completes.  Better still, query v$scheduler_running_jobs;

select * from v$scheduler_running_jobs where . . . 

For complete scripts for job scheduling management, download the Oracle Script Collection.

select
   job_name,
   session_id
from
   dba_scheduler_running_jobs;

select
   log_date,
   job_name,
   status,
   run_duration
from
   dba_scheduler_job_run_details;

 

COL log_id              FORMAT 9999   HEADING 'Log#'
COL log_date            FORMAT A32    HEADING 'Log Date'
COL owner               FORMAT A06    HEADING 'Owner'
COL job_name            FORMAT A20    HEADING 'Job'
COL status              FORMAT A10    HEADING 'Status'
COL actual_start_date   FORMAT A32    HEADING 'Actual|Start|Date'
COL error#              FORMAT 999999 HEADING 'Error|Nbr'

TTITLE 'Scheduled Tasks:'

select
   log_date,
   job_name,
   status,
   req_start_date,
   actual_start_date,
   run_duration
from
   dba_scheduler_job_run_details
-- where
--   job_name = 'MYJOB'

--   status <> 'SUCCEEDED'
order by
   actual_start_date;

 

 

   
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