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Seeing Flood Of Trace Files With Entries Like This: KtsmgCursorScan: Exit For Non-directpath (Doc ID 2920887.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 19.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Database producing trace files with following text over and over.

ktsmgCursorScan: Exit for non-directpath Select in CURBOUND: (ext_sql_id: aaaaaaaaa, int_sql_id: '12346', hash: 3411294691) elapsed: 16731 fetchtm: 0 curtime: 1673187324 sttm: 0 QRY_EXPRN_TIME(secs): 1800 max_query_mql: 0 opcode: 3 curstate: 3 is_dirpath_datapump: 0
ktsmgCursorScan: Exit for non-directpath Select in CURBOUND: (ext_sql_id: bbbbbbbbb, int_sql_id: '4165', hash: 3072231849) elapsed: 167318 fetchtm: 0 curtime: 1673187324 sttm: 0 QRY_EXPRN_TIME(secs): 1800 max_query_mql: 0 opcode: 3 curstate: 3 is_dirpath_datapump: 0

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