Category Archives: BASH

Bug fixes for BASH (ASH for the rest of us) in version 8

Version 8 of BASH is available and fixes some bugs resulting in no data being flushed to BASH$HIST_ACTIVE_SESS_HISTORY. Again, thanks to Robert Ortel for reporting and tracking down the cause. If you already have BASH installed, you can use the … Continue reading

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BASH version 7 fixes two bugs

Version 7 of BASH is available and fixes two bugs leading to inconsistent rows in BASH$HIST_ACTIVE_SESS_HISTORY. Thanks to Robert Ortel for reporting and tracking down the cause. If you already have BASH installed, you can use the SQL*Plus update script … Continue reading

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BASH (ASH without Diagnostic Pack) now works on RAC

Version 6 of BASH is available. If you already have it installed, you can use the SQL*Plus update script update_v5tov6.sql. Changes: Made sure BASH works on Oracle 12c BASH is now compatible with RAC on Oracle 11.1 and higher. Each … Continue reading

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Update for BASH (ASH for the rest of us)

Version 5 of BASH is available. If you already have it installed, you can use the SQL*Plus update script update_v4tov5.sql. Changes: Added a nightly purge job for historic data (defaults to 93 “days to keep”) (if you already created one … Continue reading

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BASH – It’s ASH for the rest of us…

BASH – It’s ASH for the rest of us Note: This is a historic blog post, that is no longer being updated. Please go to the BASH page for up-to-date information. If you, like me, work with Standard Edition, Standard … Continue reading

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