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it looks like the auditing took place but the xml file may not have been immediately flushed to disk,
something that would then happen after a reboot as you observed, when the audit file is not
yet flushed other sessions checking DBA_COMMON_AUDIT_TRAIL (which for the XML part
will dynamically list the files in the audit_file_dest) will not see it.
If you want audit info to be flushed to the XML files immediately, issue:
ALTER SYSTEM SET
EVENT='46349 trace name context forever, level 1'
COMMENT='re-enable flush of audit files' SCOPE=SPFILE;
Reference: note 1358183.1 Audit Files Are Not Immediately Flushed To Disk
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Harm ten Napel
Thanks for reply, I'll check this.
Thanks for your suggestion!
It really helped!
I set parameter and it works now!