Oracle license detection

This manual describes a lists for some scripts that can be executed to see (some of) the components that should be licensed:

Number of users and CPU/Processors

Please note that the information provided by this command is not trustworthy on multi-threaded, multi-core or virtual systems. It is the number of processors understood to be available by the database – not the number of processors which must be licensed.

Database edition:

Oracle Partitioning:

Please note – on Enterprise Edition, Partitioning will almost always be installed. It is used by Oracle database itself – this command in isolation will not provide information on license requirement.

Oracle Spatial:

Oracle RAC:

Options installed/not installed: (from 9i)

Features used/not used: (from 10g)

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