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Oracle inactive connections

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We have a couple of Oracle (8.x and 9.x) install on Sun Solaris
platforms. On most of the servers we have a very strange problem

1. When Oracle is started in the morning, memory usage is very low.
2. During the course of the day the memory the memory increases upto
50-60GB
3. When I check the active connections in Oracle (v$session table), I
find that out of 80-100 connections, only 5-10 are active whereas the
others are inactive.

I find it hard to believe that Oracle does not automatically close
these inactive connections. Do I have to do this manually or am I
missing something very elementary here ?

Please assist.
Subho
Jul 19 '05 #1
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