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Is there any way to view the background process in teradata like in the case of oracle.
Is it possible to see the background process by logging into unix(in the unix environment).
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Re: teradata architecture

Hi,

I'm a died in the wool Oracle person as well. Just starting Teradata. I think the right tool here is performance monitor.

Once in the tool you have to connect. Go to sessions and then you can click on active connections and see whats going on. I don't know if they have something similar to top sessions though.

good luck
Frank