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Basics: Oracle Enqueue Waits & Causes

1. What are Oracle enqueues? Oracle enqueues are locks at database level that coordinate parallel access to Oracle resources such as objects or data records. For example, enqueues are responsible for several transactions not being able to change the same data record at the same time.Enqueue requests are divided into queues whose requests are then […]