40 gigs of tracefiles per day? No problem, Oracle 12c can generate that for you!
This might be because of the new “feature”
What a nice surprise!
You can see in the tracefiles
—– Cursor Obsoletion Dump sql_id=490jdsadiwssa —–
You can find a support note at My Oracle Support:
Oracle introduced an enhancement for a bug in Oracle 22.214.171.124 for dumping more information about obsoleted parent cursors and child cursors after parent cursor has been obsoleted
There’s an underscore parameter to control this dumping.
alter system set “_kks_obsolete_dump_threshold” = <N>;
You can use value 0 to disable cursor dumping entirely, otherwise specify a value for N, which tells to generate a dump only after how many times the cursor has been invalidated.