If you need to run the same query on all the databases hosted on your server, you could use this bash script.
The script checks all Oracle instances in /etc/oratab, but it skips any lines commented.
It also skips all ASM instances.
You should create a script with the query you want to run and pass it as an argument to the bash script.Continue reading “Bash Script to Connect to Multiple Oracle Databases and Run Query”
You should run a shell with nohup on Linux to ensure long-running tasks or processes continue to execute even if your user session is terminated or a network connection is lost.
For instance, when managing an Oracle Database, you often need to execute tasks that can take a significant amount of time, such as data loading, database backups, or maintenance operations.Continue reading “How to Run an Oracle SQL Script Using nohup on Linux”