Transactional Shutdown Of Oracle Database

A transactional shutdown prevents clients from losing work. A transactional database shutdown proceeds with the following conditions
  • No new connections are allowed 
  • No client can start a new transaction on this particular instance. 
  • A client is disconnected when the client ends the transaction that is in progress. 
  • When all transactions have finished, a shutdown immediately occurs. 
  • The next startup does not require an instance recovery. 
The next startup of the database will not require any instance recovery procedures.

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