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After a session is assigned to its initial consumer group and is running, you can call a procedure to manually switch the session to a different consumer group.
You would typically do this if the session is using excessive resources and must be moved to a consumer group that is more limited in its resource allocation.
See "The Types of Resources Managed by the Resource Manager" for more information.
In addition to the resource plans that are predefined for each Oracle database, you can create any number of resource plans.
There is a parent-child relationship between a resource plan and its resource plan directives.
When a session is created, it is automatically mapped to a consumer group based on mapping rules that you set up.However, only one resource plan is active at a time.When a resource plan is active, each of its child resource plan directives controls resource allocation for a different consumer group.The subplan itself has directives that allocate resources to consumer groups and other subplans.The resource allocation scheme then works like this: The resource plan (the currently active plan) divides resources among consumer groups and subplans.
You can also grant the to users and to applications so that they can switch their sessions from one consumer group to another.