Trace enabled, but no trace file generated

I have enabled trace (Application Developer -> Concurrent -> Program, find the report, tick 'Enabled Trace', save), then i execute the report, but no trace file is generated, check the fnd_concurrent_requests table, the record has oracle_process_id=null.
what can I do to have trace generated?

Hi,
I have enabled trace (Application Developer -> Concurrent -> Program, find the report, tick 'Enabled Trace', save), then i execute the report, but no trace file is generated, check the fnd_concurrent_requests table, the record has oracle_process_id=null.
what can I do to have trace generated?Please enable trace from Apps 11i form -> Help -> Diagnostic -> Trace ( Here u can select the option like Regular trace, trace with bin etc) as per your requirement. But for this trace profile option should be enabled for your user.
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X A H E E R

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    Instance name: SURV2
    Redo thread mounted by this instance: 1
    Oracle process number: 22
    Unix process pid: 1545, image: [email protected] (TNS V1-V3)
    *** ACTION NAME:() 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** MODULE NAME:([email protected] (TNS V1-V3)) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** SERVICE NAME:(SYS$USERS) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** SESSION ID:(290.697) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    ===================================================
    SYSTEM STATE
    System global information:
         processes: base 47819b480, size 300, cleanup 4781a5638
         allocation: free sessions 47f1d6148, free calls 0
         control alloc errors: 0 (process), 0 (session), 0 (call)
         PMON latch cleanup depth: 0
         seconds since PMON's last scan for dead processes: 20
         system statistics:
    1171 logons cumulative
    19 logons current
    89219 opened cursors cumulative
    86 opened cursors current
    15095069 user commits
    5 user rollbacks
    58632904 user calls
    44023255 recursive calls
    224311 recursive cpu usage
    201424173 session logical reads
    0 session stored procedure space
    901812 CPU used when call started
    995437 CPU used by this session
    6814196 DB time
    0 cluster wait time
    22542300822 concurrency wait time
    3095 application wait time
    16479074661 user I/O wait time
    1284052668 session connect time
    1284067190 process last non-idle time
    189018343568 session uga memory
    1249667216 session uga memory max
    26059216 messages sent
    26059220 messages received
    239739 background timeouts
    162399896 session pga memory
    189662872 session pga memory max
    4 enqueue timeouts
    901146 enqueue waits
    0 enqueue deadlocks
    32122711 enqueue requests
    17819 enqueue conversions
    32122676 enqueue releases
    0 global enqueue gets sync
    0 global enqueue gets async
    0 global enqueue get time
    0 global enqueue releases
    2865667 physical read total IO requests
    262620 physical read total multi block requests
    270093476864 physical read total bytes
    select SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'SERVER_HOST'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'DB_UNIQUE_NAME'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'INSTANCE_NAME'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'SERVICE_NAME'), INSTANCE_NUMBER, STARTUP_TIME, SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'DB_DOMAIN') from v$instance where INSTANCE_NAME=SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'INSTANCE_NAME')
          hash=550c95f3d0cfa8290e60ea8382d3a2ca timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:19
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/LRG/KST/DBN/MTX/[100100d1]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=9 hpc=0582 hlc=0582
          lwt=47df576e8[47df576e8,47df576e8] ltm=47df576f8[47df576f8,47df576f8]
          pwt=47df576b0[47df576b0,47df576b0] ptm=47df576c0[47df576c0,47df576c0]
          ref=47df57718[47df57718,47df57718] lnd=47df57730[47df57730,47df57730]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=471ee1d38
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            CHILDREN: size=16
            child#    table reference   handle
                 0 471ee1800 471ee1470 47df7dce0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47df7de48 471ee1e50 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 473691d60, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=473691d60 handle=47bb22fa0 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=473691de0[4735dbcb8,476cfbf58] htb=476cfbf58 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47f2310f0 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x0
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bb22fa0 mtx=47bb230d0(0) cdp=0
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/PN0/EXP/[10010100]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=3 hpc=fd84 hlc=fd84
          lwt=47bb23048[47bb23048,47bb23048] ltm=47bb23058[47bb23058,47bb23058]
          pwt=47bb23010[47bb23010,47bb23010] ptm=47bb23020[47bb23020,47bb23020]
          ref=47bb23078[472f8de18,472f8de18] lnd=47bb23090[47bb23090,47bb23090]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472f8d9d8
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            DEPENDENCIES: count=1 size=16
            AUTHORIZATIONS: count=1 size=16 minimum entrysize=16
            ACCESSES: count=1 size=16
            TRANSLATIONS: count=1 size=16
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bb22ee0 472f8daf0 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
                6 472f8e508 46be86250 I/-/A/-/E    0 NONE   00
          SO: 4735dbc38, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=4735dbc38 handle=47bb231c8 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=4735dbcb8[476cfbf58,473691de0] htb=476cfbf58 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47f2310f0 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x4c894f8b
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bb231c8 mtx=47bb232f8(1) cdp=1
          name=select value$ from props$ where name = 'GLOBAL_DB_NAME'
          hash=4bb432d65c5a391a42a5c3fa74472c7a timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:12
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/SML/KST/DBN/MTX/[120100d0]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=3 hpc=0584 hlc=0584
          lwt=47bb23270[47bb23270,47bb23270] ltm=47bb23280[47bb23280,47bb23280]
          pwt=47bb23238[47bb23238,47bb23238] ptm=47bb23248[47bb23248,47bb23248]
          ref=47bb232a0[47bb232a0,47bb232a0] lnd=47bb232b8[47bb232b8,47bb232b8]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472f8e6e0
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            CHILDREN: size=16
            child#    table reference   handle
                 0 472f8e1a8 472f8de18 47bb22fa0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bb23108 472f8e7f8 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 473644348, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=473644348 handle=47bbde418 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=4736443c8[476cfc0b8,476cfc0b8] htb=476cfc0b8 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47924e810 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x4c894f8b
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bbde418 mtx=47bbde548(0) cdp=0
          name=ALTER SESSION SET TIME_ZONE='+02:00'
          hash=3878dff8839e71e3dd05a2e75fbd6390 timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:04
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/SML/DBN/[12010040]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=11 hpc=04e8 hlc=04e8
          lwt=47bbde4c0[47bbde4c0,47bbde4c0] ltm=47bbde4d0[47bbde4d0,47bbde4d0]
          pwt=47bbde488[47bbde488,47bbde488] ptm=47bbde498[47bbde498,47bbde498]
          ref=47bbde4f0[47bbde4f0,47bbde4f0] lnd=47bbde508[47bbde508,47bbde508]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472fffc08
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bbde320 472fffd20 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 47aecf9e8, type: 41, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          (dummy) nxc=0, nlb=0  
        SO: 47f290540, type: 11, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (broadcast handle) flag: (2) ACTIVE SUBSCRIBER, owner: 4781a7dc0,
                           event: 1132, last message event: 1132,
                           last message waited event: 1132,                        next message: 0(0), messages read: 0
                           channel: (47a2df4f8) system events broadcast channel
                                    scope: 2, event: 1132, last mesage event: 18,
                                    publishers/subscribers: 0/17,
                                    messages published: 1
        SO: 47826b228, type: 3, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (call) sess: cur 47924e810, rec 0, usr 47924e810; depth: 0
        SO: 476c52968, type: 16, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (osp req holder)
    PSEUDO PROCESS for group DEFAULT:
      SO: 47a1eb7d0, type: 2, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (process) Oracle pid=0, calls cur/top: 0/0, flag: (20) PSEUDO
                int error: 0, call error: 0, sess error: 0, txn error 0
      (post info) last post received: 0 0 0
                  last post received-location: No post
                  last process to post me: none
                  last post sent: 0 0 0
                  last post sent-location: No post
                  last process posted by me: none
        (latch info) wait_event=0 bits=0
        Process Group: DEFAULT, pseudo proc: 47a1eb7d0
        O/S info: user: , term: , ospid:  (DEAD)
        OSD pid info: Unix process pid: 0, image: PSEUDO
    Dump of memory from 0x00000004791BF538 to 0x00000004791BF740
    4791BF530                   00000000 00000000          [........]
    4791BF540 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000  [................]
      Repeat 31 times
    NO DETACHED BRANCHES.
    NO DETACHED NETWORK CONNECTIONS.
    CLEANUP STATE OBJECTS:
    SO: 47f0cd038, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: instance enqueue anchor state
    latch: 0x380009890
      SO: 4782cf080, type: 5, owner: 47f0cd038, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (enqueue) TA-00000006-00000001     DID: 0001-000F-0000000B
      lv: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  res_flag: 0x2
      res: 0x47a28d020, mode: X, lock_flag: 0x0
      own: 0x0, sess: 0x0, prv: 0x47a28d030
    SO: 47f0cd098, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: switchable channel handle anch
    latch: 0x38000ac98
      SO: 47f28f868, type: 11, owner: 47f0cd098, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (broadcast handle) flag: (c2) ACTIVE SUBSCRIBER, owner: 0,
                         event: 1, last message event: 1,
                         last message waited event: 1,                      next message: 0(0), messages read: 0
                         channel: (47a2e4190) KPON channel
                                  scope: 2, event: 1, last mesage event: 0,
                                  publishers/subscribers: 0/1,
                                  messages published: 0
    SO: 47f0cd0f8, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: TT shared object cleanup SO
    latch: 0x38001c6b8
    SO: 47f0cd158, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: SS shared object cleanup SO
    latch: 0x38001cd48
    END OF SYSTEM STATE
    Top 5 Timed Events                                         Avg %Total
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                                        wait   Call
    Event                                 Waits    Time (s)   (ms)   Time Wait Class
    db file sequential read           2,347,652       9,215      4   64.5   User I/O
    db file scattered read              245,687       4,199     17   29.4   User I/O
    CPU time                                            974           6.8
    db file parallel write               50,082         408      8    2.9 System I/O
    log file parallel write               6,963          52      7    0.4 System I/O
    Time Model Statistics                DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> Total time in database user-calls (DB Time): 14286.4s
    -> Statistics including the word "background" measure background process
       time, and so do not contribute to the DB time statistic
    -> Ordered by % or DB time desc, Statistic name
    Statistic Name                                       Time (s) % of DB Time
    sql execute elapsed time                             14,280.3        100.0
    DB CPU                                                  974.5          6.8
    PL/SQL execution elapsed time                           531.8          3.7
    parse time elapsed                                       30.5           .2
    hard parse elapsed time                                  27.1           .2
    connection management call elapsed time                  14.9           .1
    hard parse (sharing criteria) elapsed time                3.4           .0
    hard parse (bind mismatch) elapsed time                   3.1           .0
    PL/SQL compilation elapsed time                           2.4           .0
    failed parse elapsed time                                 0.0           .0
    repeated bind elapsed time                                0.0           .0
    sequence load elapsed time                                0.0           .0
    DB time                                              14,286.4          N/A
    background elapsed time                                 670.2          N/A
    background cpu time                                     186.1          N/A
    Wait Class                            DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> s  - second
    -> cs - centisecond -     100th of a second
    -> ms - millisecond -    1000th of a second
    -> us - microsecond - 1000000th of a second
    -> ordered by wait time desc, waits desc
                                                                      Avg
                                           %Time       Total Wait    wait     Waits
    Wait Class                      Waits  -outs         Time (s)    (ms)      /txn
    User I/O                    2,593,484     .0           13,415       5     150.0
    System I/O                     87,506     .0              515       6       5.1
    Other                             839   11.4                6       7       0.0
    Commit                          3,225     .1                6       2       0.2
    Concurrency                     1,033     .0                5       5       0.1
    Configuration                   2,514   99.4                0       0       0.1
    Network                        47,559     .0                0       0       2.8
    Application                         7     .0                0       0       0.0
    Wait Events                          DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> s  - second
    -> cs - centisecond -     100th of a second
    -> ms - millisecond -    1000th of a second
    -> us - microsecond - 1000000th of a second
    -> ordered by wait time desc, waits desc (idle events last)
                                                                       Avg
                                                 %Time  Total Wait    wait     Waits
    Event                                 Waits  -outs    Time (s)    (ms)      /txn
    db file sequential read           2,347,652     .0       9,215       4     135.8
    db file scattered read              245,687     .0       4,199      17      14.2
    db file parallel write               50,082     .0         408       8       2.9
    log file parallel write               6,963     .0          52       7       0.4
    control file parallel write           6,203     .0          44       7       0.4
    control file sequential read         24,242     .0          11       0       1.4
    log file sync                         3,225     .1           6       2       0.2
    latch free                               84     .0           4      47       0.0
    os thread startup                        25     .0           3     120       0.0
    latch: session allocation                39     .0           1      33       0.0
    db file parallel read                    12     .0           1      92       0.0
    enq: TX - index contention              186     .0           1       3       0.0
    latch: shared pool                       47     .0           1      11       0.0
    LGWR wait for redo copy                 319    3.1           0       1       0.0
    library cache load lock                   2     .0           0     172       0.0
    buffer busy waits                       590     .0           0       0       0.0
    log file switch completion                6     .0           0      29       0.0
    SGA: allocation forcing comp             11   54.5           0      14       0.0
    latch: library cache lock                50     .0           0       3       0.0
    read by other session                    38     .0           0       4       0.0
    direct path read                         42     .0           0       3       0.0
    SQL*Net message to client            44,807     .0           0       0       2.6
    rdbms ipc reply                         207     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net more data from clien          1,014     .0           0       0       0.1
    latch: cache buffers chains              24     .0           0       1       0.0
    latch: library cache                     29     .0           0       1       0.0
    log file sequential read                  8     .0           0       3       0.0
    direct path write                        50     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net more data to client             398     .0           0       0       0.0
    latch: object queue header o             12     .0           0       1       0.0
    latch: In memory undo latch              78     .0           0       0       0.0
    undo segment extension                2,507   99.7           0       0       0.1
    latch: cache buffers lru cha              4     .0           0       1       0.0
    log file single write                     8     .0           0       0       0.0
    local write wait                          3     .0           0       1       0.0
    enq: RO - fast object reuse               3     .0           0       1       0.0
    buffer deadlock                          87   92.0           0       0       0.0
    enq: JS - queue lock                      1     .0           0       1       0.0
    cursor: pin S                            70     .0           0       0       0.0
    latch: row cache objects                  2     .0           0       1       0.0
    SQL*Net message to dblink             1,338     .0           0       0       0.1
    latch: checkpoint queue latc              2     .0           0       0       0.0
    reliable message                          3     .0           0       0       0.0
    log buffer space                          1     .0           0       1       0.0
    SQL*Net break/reset to clien              4     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net more data from dblin              2     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net message from client          44,949     .0     155,701    3464       2.6
    virtual circuit status                  621  100.0      18,156   29237       0.0
    Streams AQ: qmn slave idle w            664     .0      18,127   27299       0.0
    Streams AQ: qmn coordinator           1,339   50.4      18,099   13517       0.1
    Streams AQ: waiting for time             12  100.0       8,741  728394       0.0
    jobq slave wait                         130  100.0         380    2927       0.0
    PL/SQL lock timer                         1  100.0           1     978       0.0
    SQL*Net message from dblink           1,338     .0           0       0       0.1
    single-task message                       1     .0           0      38       0.0
    class slave wait                         11     .0           0       1       0.0
    SQL ordered by Elapsed Time          DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> Resources reported for PL/SQL code includes the resources used by all SQL
       statements called by the code.
    -> % Total DB Time is the Elapsed Time of the SQL statement divided
       into the Total Database Time multiplied by 100
      Elapsed      CPU                  Elap per  % Total
      Time (s)   Time (s)  Executions   Exec (s)  DB Time    SQL Id
        13,664        906            0        N/A    95.6 gr2cx6athc5j5
    Module: SQL*Plus
    BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(equiduct.eod(NULL,NULL)); END;
         8,792        195            0        N/A    61.5 986fzxtzr52u5
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_ORDER SET INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0" WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_1"
         2,524        368            1     2524.1    17.7 c4uf0x6hdgnwq
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_FIXSESSIONSTATE SET INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0" WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"
    SYS_B_1"
         1,414        177            1     1414.4     9.9 cbg09ma34kq8w
    Module: SQL*Plus
    SELECT count(*) FROM TIBEX_ORDER WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0"
           742        137            1      742.2     5.2 g0sg6v994wssq
    Module: SQL*Plus
    SELECT count(*) FROM TIBEX_FIXSESSIONSTATE WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0"
           274         11            1      274.2     1.9 6mcpb06rctk0x
    Module: DBMS_SCHEDULER
    call dbms_space.auto_space_advisor_job_proc ( )
           264          8           27        9.8     1.8 8szmwam7fysa3
    Module: DBMS_SCHEDULER
    insert into wri$_adv_objspace_trend_data select timepoint, space_usage, space_a
    lloc, quality from table(dbms_space.object_growth_trend(:1, :2, :3, :4, NULL, N
    ULL, NULL, 'FALSE', :5, 'FALSE'))
            99          1            1       99.4     0.7 1z0x41f66nvjr
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_INSTRUMENTADMIN SET INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0" WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"
    SYS_B_1"
            21         10            1       21.5     0.2 bbc1ck8594kvj
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_INSTRUMENTDAILYHIST SET ADJOPEN=NVL(ADJOPEN,OPEN), ADJHIGH=NVL(ADJH
    IGH,HIGH), ADJLOW=NVL(ADJLOW,LOW), ADJMID=NVL(ADJMID,MID), ADJCLOSE=NVL(ADJCLOSE
    ,CLOSE), ADJVOLUME=NVL(ADJVOLUME,VOLUME), ADJCLOSINGBID=NVL(ADJCLOSINGBID,CLOSIN
    GBID), ADJCLOSINGOFFER=NVL(ADJCLOSINGOFFER,CLOSINGOFFER)
            12          0            1       12.5     0.1 6xm9p9uy5kaap
    Module: SQL*Plus
    SELECT count(*) FROM TIBEX_INSTRUMENTSTATE WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0"
    SQL ordered by CPU Time              DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> Resources reported for PL/SQL code includes the resources used by all SQL
       statements called by the code.
    -> % Total DB Time is the Elapsed Time of the SQL statement divided
       into the Total Database Time multiplied by 100
        CPU      Elapsed                  CPU per  % Total
      Time (s)   Time (s)  Executions     Exec (s) DB Time    SQL Id
           906     13,664            0         N/A    95.6 gr2cx6athc5j5
    Module: SQL*Plus
    BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(equiduct.eod(NULL,NULL)); END;
           368      2,524            1      367.51    17.7 c4uf0x6hdgnwq
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_FIXSESSIONSTATE SET INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0" WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"
    SYS_B_1"
           195      8,792            0         N/A    61.5 986fzxtzr52u5
    Module: SQL*Plus
    UPDATE TIBEX_ORDER SET INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0" WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_1"
           177      1,414            1      176.93     9.9 cbg09ma34kq8w
    Module: SQL*Plus
    SELECT count(*) FROM TIBEX_ORDER WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0"
           137        742            1      137.38     5.2 g0sg6v994wssq
    Module: SQL*Plus
    SELECT count(*) FROM TIBEX_FIXSESSIONSTATE WHERE INSTRUMENTID=:"SYS_B_0"
            11        274            1       10.82     1.9 6mcpb06rctk0x
    Module: DBMS_SCHEDULER
    call dbms_space.auto_space_advisor_job_proc ( )
            10         21            1        9.65     0.2 bbc1ck8594kvjEdited by: NM on 10-Sep-2010 07:39

    Hi,
    Last night we had issue with one of the prod server where we updating one of table which contains large number records in millions.Same identical machine completed in1 hour and other box never completed but doing db file sequential read but in the long ops the last statement it was done 20:16 after that nothing is happening but i ran few trace on that user.
    /u01/app/oracle/admin/SURV2/udump/surv2_ora_10048.trc
    Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
    ORACLE_HOME = /u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db
    System name:     SunOS
    Node name:     prdfa001
    Release:     5.10
    Version:     Generic_139556-08
    Machine:     i86pc
    Instance name: SURV2
    Redo thread mounted by this instance: 1
    Oracle process number: 18
    Unix process pid: 10048, image: [email protected]
    *** 2010-09-09 23:37:07.484
    *** ACTION NAME:() 2010-09-09 23:37:07.473
    *** MODULE NAME:(SQL*Plus) 2010-09-09 23:37:07.473
    *** SERVICE NAME:(SURV2) 2010-09-09 23:37:07.473
    *** SESSION ID:(289.54) 2010-09-09 23:37:07.473
    Received ORADEBUG command 'unlimit' from process Unix process pid: 3983, image:
    *** 2010-09-09 23:37:20.315
    Received ORADEBUG command 'event 10046 trace name context forever, level 12' from process Unix process pid: 3983, image:
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 11160 file#=13 block#=2252349 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462835161
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2857 file#=13 block#=2249751 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462838137
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 3810 file#=13 block#=2251361 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462842048
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4459 file#=13 block#=2247059 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462846564
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2841 file#=13 block#=2247507 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462849468
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 427 file#=13 block#=2247568 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462850032
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 1187 file#=13 block#=2248264 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462851327
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2687 file#=13 block#=2250707 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462854178
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 3657 file#=13 block#=2249697 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462857896
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4139 file#=13 block#=2247074 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499462862093
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4180 file#=47 block#=3649690 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509270445
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4802 file#=47 block#=3649309 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509275327
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2459 file#=47 block#=3652697 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509277859
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4015 file#=47 block#=3652826 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509281948
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2248 file#=47 block#=3651610 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509284269
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4824 file#=47 block#=3654297 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509289166
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2008 file#=47 block#=3652312 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509291248
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 1925 file#=47 block#=3654490 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509293246
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2859 file#=47 block#=3648458 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509296178
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 1740 file#=47 block#=3648212 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509297991
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 2566 file#=47 block#=3648411 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509300631
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 50772 file#=5 block#=480749 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509351477
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 12928 file#=5 block#=477177 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509364482
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 11116 file#=5 block#=479412 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509375672
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 4803 file#=5 block#=483440 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509380549
    WAIT #7: nam='db file sequential read' ela= 6900 file#=5 block#=481454 blocks=1 obj#=166421 tim=12499509387522
    Received ORADEBUG command 'event 10046 trace name context off' from process Unix process pid: 3983, image:
    /u01/app/oracle/admin/SURV2/udump/surv2_ora_1545.trc
    Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
    ORACLE_HOME = /u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db
    System name:     SunOS
    Node name:     prdfa001
    Release:     5.10
    Version:     Generic_139556-08
    Machine:     i86pc
    Instance name: SURV2
    Redo thread mounted by this instance: 1
    Oracle process number: 22
    Unix process pid: 1545, image: [email protected] (TNS V1-V3)
    *** ACTION NAME:() 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** MODULE NAME:([email protected] (TNS V1-V3)) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** SERVICE NAME:(SYS$USERS) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    *** SESSION ID:(290.697) 2010-09-09 23:20:13.485
    ===================================================
    SYSTEM STATE
    System global information:
         processes: base 47819b480, size 300, cleanup 4781a5638
         allocation: free sessions 47f1d6148, free calls 0
         control alloc errors: 0 (process), 0 (session), 0 (call)
         PMON latch cleanup depth: 0
         seconds since PMON's last scan for dead processes: 20
         system statistics:
    1171 logons cumulative
    19 logons current
    89219 opened cursors cumulative
    86 opened cursors current
    15095069 user commits
    5 user rollbacks
    58632904 user calls
    44023255 recursive calls
    224311 recursive cpu usage
    201424173 session logical reads
    0 session stored procedure space
    901812 CPU used when call started
    995437 CPU used by this session
    6814196 DB time
    0 cluster wait time
    22542300822 concurrency wait time
    3095 application wait time
    16479074661 user I/O wait time
    1284052668 session connect time
    1284067190 process last non-idle time
    189018343568 session uga memory
    1249667216 session uga memory max
    26059216 messages sent
    26059220 messages received
    239739 background timeouts
    162399896 session pga memory
    189662872 session pga memory max
    4 enqueue timeouts
    901146 enqueue waits
    0 enqueue deadlocks
    32122711 enqueue requests
    17819 enqueue conversions
    32122676 enqueue releases
    0 global enqueue gets sync
    0 global enqueue gets async
    0 global enqueue get time
    0 global enqueue releases
    2865667 physical read total IO requests
    262620 physical read total multi block requests
    270093476864 physical read total bytes
    select SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'SERVER_HOST'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'DB_UNIQUE_NAME'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'INSTANCE_NAME'), SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'SERVICE_NAME'), INSTANCE_NUMBER, STARTUP_TIME, SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'DB_DOMAIN') from v$instance where INSTANCE_NAME=SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'INSTANCE_NAME')
          hash=550c95f3d0cfa8290e60ea8382d3a2ca timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:19
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/LRG/KST/DBN/MTX/[100100d1]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=9 hpc=0582 hlc=0582
          lwt=47df576e8[47df576e8,47df576e8] ltm=47df576f8[47df576f8,47df576f8]
          pwt=47df576b0[47df576b0,47df576b0] ptm=47df576c0[47df576c0,47df576c0]
          ref=47df57718[47df57718,47df57718] lnd=47df57730[47df57730,47df57730]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=471ee1d38
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            CHILDREN: size=16
            child#    table reference   handle
                 0 471ee1800 471ee1470 47df7dce0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47df7de48 471ee1e50 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 473691d60, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=473691d60 handle=47bb22fa0 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=473691de0[4735dbcb8,476cfbf58] htb=476cfbf58 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47f2310f0 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x0
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bb22fa0 mtx=47bb230d0(0) cdp=0
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/PN0/EXP/[10010100]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=3 hpc=fd84 hlc=fd84
          lwt=47bb23048[47bb23048,47bb23048] ltm=47bb23058[47bb23058,47bb23058]
          pwt=47bb23010[47bb23010,47bb23010] ptm=47bb23020[47bb23020,47bb23020]
          ref=47bb23078[472f8de18,472f8de18] lnd=47bb23090[47bb23090,47bb23090]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472f8d9d8
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            DEPENDENCIES: count=1 size=16
            AUTHORIZATIONS: count=1 size=16 minimum entrysize=16
            ACCESSES: count=1 size=16
            TRANSLATIONS: count=1 size=16
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bb22ee0 472f8daf0 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
                6 472f8e508 46be86250 I/-/A/-/E    0 NONE   00
          SO: 4735dbc38, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=4735dbc38 handle=47bb231c8 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=4735dbcb8[476cfbf58,473691de0] htb=476cfbf58 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47f2310f0 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x4c894f8b
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bb231c8 mtx=47bb232f8(1) cdp=1
          name=select value$ from props$ where name = 'GLOBAL_DB_NAME'
          hash=4bb432d65c5a391a42a5c3fa74472c7a timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:12
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/SML/KST/DBN/MTX/[120100d0]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=3 hpc=0584 hlc=0584
          lwt=47bb23270[47bb23270,47bb23270] ltm=47bb23280[47bb23280,47bb23280]
          pwt=47bb23238[47bb23238,47bb23238] ptm=47bb23248[47bb23248,47bb23248]
          ref=47bb232a0[47bb232a0,47bb232a0] lnd=47bb232b8[47bb232b8,47bb232b8]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472f8e6e0
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            CHILDREN: size=16
            child#    table reference   handle
                 0 472f8e1a8 472f8de18 47bb22fa0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bb23108 472f8e7f8 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 473644348, type: 53, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          LIBRARY OBJECT LOCK: lock=473644348 handle=47bbde418 mode=N
          call pin=0 session pin=0 hpc=0000 hlc=0000
          htl=4736443c8[476cfc0b8,476cfc0b8] htb=476cfc0b8 ssga=476cfb6a0
          user=47924e810 session=47924e810 count=1 flags=[0000] savepoint=0x4c894f8b
          LIBRARY OBJECT HANDLE: handle=47bbde418 mtx=47bbde548(0) cdp=0
          name=ALTER SESSION SET TIME_ZONE='+02:00'
          hash=3878dff8839e71e3dd05a2e75fbd6390 timestamp=09-09-2010 04:24:04
          namespace=CRSR flags=RON/KGHP/TIM/PN0/SML/DBN/[12010040]
          kkkk-dddd-llll=0000-0001-0001 lock=N pin=0 latch#=11 hpc=04e8 hlc=04e8
          lwt=47bbde4c0[47bbde4c0,47bbde4c0] ltm=47bbde4d0[47bbde4d0,47bbde4d0]
          pwt=47bbde488[47bbde488,47bbde488] ptm=47bbde498[47bbde498,47bbde498]
          ref=47bbde4f0[47bbde4f0,47bbde4f0] lnd=47bbde508[47bbde508,47bbde508]
            LIBRARY OBJECT: object=472fffc08
            type=CRSR flags=EXS[0001] pflags=[0000] status=VALD load=0
            DATA BLOCKS:
            data#     heap  pointer    status pins change whr
                0 47bbde320 472fffd20 I/P/A/-/-    0 NONE   00
          SO: 47aecf9e8, type: 41, owner: 47924e810, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
          (dummy) nxc=0, nlb=0  
        SO: 47f290540, type: 11, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (broadcast handle) flag: (2) ACTIVE SUBSCRIBER, owner: 4781a7dc0,
                           event: 1132, last message event: 1132,
                           last message waited event: 1132,                        next message: 0(0), messages read: 0
                           channel: (47a2df4f8) system events broadcast channel
                                    scope: 2, event: 1132, last mesage event: 18,
                                    publishers/subscribers: 0/17,
                                    messages published: 1
        SO: 47826b228, type: 3, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (call) sess: cur 47924e810, rec 0, usr 47924e810; depth: 0
        SO: 476c52968, type: 16, owner: 4781a7dc0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
        (osp req holder)
    PSEUDO PROCESS for group DEFAULT:
      SO: 47a1eb7d0, type: 2, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (process) Oracle pid=0, calls cur/top: 0/0, flag: (20) PSEUDO
                int error: 0, call error: 0, sess error: 0, txn error 0
      (post info) last post received: 0 0 0
                  last post received-location: No post
                  last process to post me: none
                  last post sent: 0 0 0
                  last post sent-location: No post
                  last process posted by me: none
        (latch info) wait_event=0 bits=0
        Process Group: DEFAULT, pseudo proc: 47a1eb7d0
        O/S info: user: , term: , ospid:  (DEAD)
        OSD pid info: Unix process pid: 0, image: PSEUDO
    Dump of memory from 0x00000004791BF538 to 0x00000004791BF740
    4791BF530                   00000000 00000000          [........]
    4791BF540 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000  [................]
      Repeat 31 times
    NO DETACHED BRANCHES.
    NO DETACHED NETWORK CONNECTIONS.
    CLEANUP STATE OBJECTS:
    SO: 47f0cd038, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: instance enqueue anchor state
    latch: 0x380009890
      SO: 4782cf080, type: 5, owner: 47f0cd038, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (enqueue) TA-00000006-00000001     DID: 0001-000F-0000000B
      lv: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  res_flag: 0x2
      res: 0x47a28d020, mode: X, lock_flag: 0x0
      own: 0x0, sess: 0x0, prv: 0x47a28d030
    SO: 47f0cd098, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: switchable channel handle anch
    latch: 0x38000ac98
      SO: 47f28f868, type: 11, owner: 47f0cd098, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
      (broadcast handle) flag: (c2) ACTIVE SUBSCRIBER, owner: 0,
                         event: 1, last message event: 1,
                         last message waited event: 1,                      next message: 0(0), messages read: 0
                         channel: (47a2e4190) KPON channel
                                  scope: 2, event: 1, last mesage event: 0,
                                  publishers/subscribers: 0/1,
                                  messages published: 0
    SO: 47f0cd0f8, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: TT shared object cleanup SO
    latch: 0x38001c6b8
    SO: 47f0cd158, type: 1, owner: 0, flag: INIT/-/-/0x00
    (cleanup state object) description: SS shared object cleanup SO
    latch: 0x38001cd48
    END OF SYSTEM STATE
    Top 5 Timed Events                                         Avg %Total
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                                        wait   Call
    Event                                 Waits    Time (s)   (ms)   Time Wait Class
    db file sequential read           2,347,652       9,215      4   64.5   User I/O
    db file scattered read              245,687       4,199     17   29.4   User I/O
    CPU time                                            974           6.8
    db file parallel write               50,082         408      8    2.9 System I/O
    log file parallel write               6,963          52      7    0.4 System I/O
    Time Model Statistics                DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> Total time in database user-calls (DB Time): 14286.4s
    -> Statistics including the word "background" measure background process
       time, and so do not contribute to the DB time statistic
    -> Ordered by % or DB time desc, Statistic name
    Statistic Name                                       Time (s) % of DB Time
    sql execute elapsed time                             14,280.3        100.0
    DB CPU                                                  974.5          6.8
    PL/SQL execution elapsed time                           531.8          3.7
    parse time elapsed                                       30.5           .2
    hard parse elapsed time                                  27.1           .2
    connection management call elapsed time                  14.9           .1
    hard parse (sharing criteria) elapsed time                3.4           .0
    hard parse (bind mismatch) elapsed time                   3.1           .0
    PL/SQL compilation elapsed time                           2.4           .0
    failed parse elapsed time                                 0.0           .0
    repeated bind elapsed time                                0.0           .0
    sequence load elapsed time                                0.0           .0
    DB time                                              14,286.4          N/A
    background elapsed time                                 670.2          N/A
    background cpu time                                     186.1          N/A
    Wait Class                            DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> s  - second
    -> cs - centisecond -     100th of a second
    -> ms - millisecond -    1000th of a second
    -> us - microsecond - 1000000th of a second
    -> ordered by wait time desc, waits desc
                                                                      Avg
                                           %Time       Total Wait    wait     Waits
    Wait Class                      Waits  -outs         Time (s)    (ms)      /txn
    User I/O                    2,593,484     .0           13,415       5     150.0
    System I/O                     87,506     .0              515       6       5.1
    Other                             839   11.4                6       7       0.0
    Commit                          3,225     .1                6       2       0.2
    Concurrency                     1,033     .0                5       5       0.1
    Configuration                   2,514   99.4                0       0       0.1
    Network                        47,559     .0                0       0       2.8
    Application                         7     .0                0       0       0.0
    Wait Events                          DB/Inst: SURV2/SURV2  Snaps: 19172-19178
    -> s  - second
    -> cs - centisecond -     100th of a second
    -> ms - millisecond -    1000th of a second
    -> us - microsecond - 1000000th of a second
    -> ordered by wait time desc, waits desc (idle events last)
                                                                       Avg
                                                 %Time  Total Wait    wait     Waits
    Event                                 Waits  -outs    Time (s)    (ms)      /txn
    db file sequential read           2,347,652     .0       9,215       4     135.8
    db file scattered read              245,687     .0       4,199      17      14.2
    db file parallel write               50,082     .0         408       8       2.9
    log file parallel write               6,963     .0          52       7       0.4
    control file parallel write           6,203     .0          44       7       0.4
    control file sequential read         24,242     .0          11       0       1.4
    log file sync                         3,225     .1           6       2       0.2
    latch free                               84     .0           4      47       0.0
    os thread startup                        25     .0           3     120       0.0
    latch: session allocation                39     .0           1      33       0.0
    db file parallel read                    12     .0           1      92       0.0
    enq: TX - index contention              186     .0           1       3       0.0
    latch: shared pool                       47     .0           1      11       0.0
    LGWR wait for redo copy                 319    3.1           0       1       0.0
    library cache load lock                   2     .0           0     172       0.0
    buffer busy waits                       590     .0           0       0       0.0
    log file switch completion                6     .0           0      29       0.0
    SGA: allocation forcing comp             11   54.5           0      14       0.0
    latch: library cache lock                50     .0           0       3       0.0
    read by other session                    38     .0           0       4       0.0
    direct path read                         42     .0           0       3       0.0
    SQL*Net message to client            44,807     .0           0       0       2.6
    rdbms ipc reply                         207     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net more data from clien          1,014     .0           0       0       0.1
    latch: cache buffers chains              24     .0           0       1       0.0
    latch: library cache                     29     .0           0       1       0.0
    log file sequential read                  8     .0           0       3       0.0
    direct path write                        50     .0           0       0       0.0
    SQL*Net more data to client             398     .0           0       0       0.0
    latch: object queue header o             12     .0           0       1       0.0
    latch: In memory undo latch              78     .0           0       0       0.0
    undo segment extension                2,507   99.7           0       0       0.1
    latch: cache buffers lru cha              4     .0           0       1       0.0
    log file single write                     8     .0           0       0       0.0
    local write wait                          3     .0           0       1       0.0
    enq: RO - fast object reuse               3     .0           0       1       0.0
    buffer deadlock                          87   92.0           0       0       0.0
    enq: JS - queue lock                      1     .0           0       1       0.0
    cursor: pin S                            70     .0           0       0       0.0
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  • How Can i use the key file Generated by RSACryptoServiceProvider to encrypt with php?

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    Code Snippet
    <?php
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    thank you for your reply, i also found this article by google.but this does not meet scene,  thank you all the same.
    i have already solved the problem now,i'd like to post the Solution .infact it's so easy to use rsakey file generated by .net .
    -------------rsa.class.php-------------------
    Code Snippet
    <?php
     * Some constants
    define("BCCOMP_LARGER", 1);
    class RSA
      * PHP implementation of the RSA algorithm
      * (C) Copyright 2004 Edsko de Vries, Ireland
      * Licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL)
      * This implementation has been verified against [3]
      * (tested Java/PHP interoperability).
      * References:
      * [1] "Applied Cryptography", Bruce Schneier, John Wiley & Sons, 1996
      * [2] "Prime Number Hide-and-Seek", Brian Raiter, Muppetlabs (online)
      * [3] "The Bouncy Castle Crypto Package", Legion of the Bouncy Castle,
      *      (open source cryptography library for Java, online)
      * [4] "PKCS #1: RSA Encryption Standard", RSA Laboratories Technical Note,
      *      version 1.5, revised November 1, 1993
      * Functions that are meant to be used by the user of this PHP module.
      * Notes:
      * - $key and $modulus should be numbers in (decimal) string format
      * - $message is expected to be binary data
      * - $keylength should be a multiple of 8, and should be in bits
      * - For rsa_encrypt/rsa_sign, the length of $message should not exceed
      *   ($keylength / 8) - 11 (as mandated by [4]).
      * - rsa_encrypt and rsa_sign will automatically add padding to the message.
      *   For rsa_encrypt, this padding will consist of random values; for rsa_sign,
      *   padding will consist of the appropriate number of 0xFF values (see [4])
      * - rsa_decrypt and rsa_verify will automatically remove message padding.
      * - Blocks for decoding (rsa_decrypt, rsa_verify) should be exactly
      *   ($keylength / 8) bytes long.
      * - rsa_encrypt and rsa_verify expect a public key; rsa_decrypt and rsa_sign
      *   expect a private key.
      * rsa encrypt data
      * @param binary string $message
      * @param unknown_type $public_key
      * @param numbers $modulus
      * @param numbers $keylength
      * @return binary data
     function rsa_encrypt($message, $public_key, $modulus, $keylength)
      $padded = RSA::add_PKCS1_padding($message, true, $keylength / 8);
      $number = RSA::binary_to_number($padded);
      $encrypted = RSA::pow_mod($number, $public_key, $modulus);
      $result = RSA::number_to_binary($encrypted, $keylength / 8);
      return $result;
     function rsa_decrypt($message, $private_key, $modulus, $keylength)
      $number = RSA::binary_to_number($message);
      $decrypted = RSA::pow_mod($number, $private_key, $modulus);
      $result = RSA::number_to_binary($decrypted, $keylength / 8);
      return RSA::remove_PKCS1_padding($result, $keylength / 8);
     function rsa_sign($message, $private_key, $modulus, $keylength)
      $padded = RSA::add_PKCS1_padding($message, false, $keylength / 8);
      $number = RSA::binary_to_number($padded);
      $signed = RSA::pow_mod($number, $private_key, $modulus);
      $result = RSA::number_to_binary($signed, $keylength / 8);
      return $result;
     function rsa_verify($message, $public_key, $modulus, $keylength)
      return RSA::rsa_decrypt($message, $public_key, $modulus, $keylength);
     function rsa_kyp_verify($message, $public_key, $modulus, $keylength)
      $number = RSA::binary_to_number($message);
      $decrypted = RSA::pow_mod($number, $public_key, $modulus);
      $result = RSA::number_to_binary($decrypted, $keylength / 8);
      return RSA::remove_KYP_padding($result, $keylength / 8);
      * The actual implementation.
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     //   (a) Avoid calculating (p ^ q) before (p ^ q) mod r, because for typical RSA
     //       applications, (p ^ q) is going to be _WAY_ too large.
     //       (I mean, __WAY__ too large - won't fit in your computer's memory.)
     //   (b) Still be reasonably efficient.
     // We assume p, q and r are all positive, and that r is non-zero.
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     // applying "mod $r" at every step is also valid, but is O($q), whereas this
     // algorithm is O(log $q). Big difference.
     // As far as I can see, the algorithm I use is optimal; there is no redundancy
     // in the calculation of the partial results.
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      $factors = array();
      $div = $q;
      $power_of_two = 0;
      while(bccomp($div, "0") == BCCOMP_LARGER)
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       $div = bcdiv($div, 2);
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      $partial_results = array();
      $part_res = $p;
      $idx = 0;
      foreach($factors as $factor)
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        $part_res = bcmod($part_res, $r);
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      $result = "1";
      foreach($partial_results as $part_res)
       $result = bcmul($result, $part_res);
       $result = bcmod($result, $r);
      return $result;
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     function add_PKCS1_padding($data, $isPublicKey, $blocksize)
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      if($isPublicKey)
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       $padding = "";
       for($i = 0; $i < $pad_length; $i++)
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        $padding .= chr($rnd);
      else
       $block_type = "\x01";
       $padding = str_repeat("\xFF", $pad_length);
      return "\x00" . $block_type . $padding . "\x00" . $data;
     // Remove padding from a decrypted string
     // See [4] for more details.
     function remove_PKCS1_padding($data, $blocksize)
      assert(strlen($data) == $blocksize);
      $data = substr($data, 1);
      // We cannot deal with block type 0
      if($data{0} == '\0')
      die("Block type 0 not implemented.");
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      assert(($data{0} == "\x01") || ($data{0} == "\x02"));
      // Remove the padding
      $offset = strpos($data, "\0", 1);
      return substr($data, $offset + 1);
     // Remove "kyp" padding
     // (Non standard)
     function remove_KYP_padding($data, $blocksize)
      assert(strlen($data) == $blocksize);
      $offset = strpos($data, "\0");
      return substr($data, 0, $offset);
     // Convert binary data to a decimal number
     function binary_to_number($data)
      $base = "256";
      $radix = "1";
      $result = "0";
      for($i = strlen($data) - 1; $i >= 0; $i--)
       $digit = ord($data{$i});
       $part_res = bcmul($digit, $radix);
       $result = bcadd($result, $part_res);
       $radix = bcmul($radix, $base);
      return $result;
     // Convert a number back into binary form
     function number_to_binary($number, $blocksize)
      $base = "256";
      $result = "";
      $div = $number;
      while($div > 0)
       $mod = bcmod($div, $base);
       $div = bcdiv($div, $base);
       $result = chr($mod) . $result;
      return str_pad($result, $blocksize, "\x00", STR_PAD_LEFT);
    ?>
    -------------RSAProcessor.class.php------------------------
    Code Snippet
    <?php
    require_once("rsa.class.php");
    class RSAProcessor
     private $public_key = null;
     private $private_key = null;
     private $modulus = null;
     private $key_length = "1024";
     public function __construct($xmlRsakey=null,$type=null)
             $xmlObj = null;
       if($xmlRsakey==null)
               $xmlObj = simplexml_load_file("xmlfile/RSAKey.xml");
              elseif($type==RSAKeyType::XMLFile)
               $xmlObj = simplexml_load_file($xmlRsakey);
              else
               $xmlObj = simplexml_load_string($xmlRsakey);
             $this->modulus = RSA::binary_to_number(base64_decode($xmlObj->Modulus));
       $this->public_key = RSA::binary_to_number(base64_decode($xmlObj->Exponent));
       $this->key_length = strlen(base64_decode($xmlObj->Modulus))*8;
      * get public key
      * @return string public key
     public function getPublicKey()
      //return base64_encode(RSA::number_to_binary($this->public_key,($this->key_length)/8));
      return $this->public_key;
     public function getPrivateKey()
      //return base64_encode(RSA::number_to_binary($this->private_key,($this->key_length)/8));
      return $this->private_key;
     public function getKeyLength()
      return $this->key_length;
     public function getModulus()
      return $this->modulus;
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      * @param string $data
      * @return base64 encoded  binary string
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      return base64_encode(RSA::rsa_encrypt($data,$this->public_key,$this->modulus,$this->key_length));
     public function dencrypt($data)
      return RSA::rsa_decrypt($data,$this->private_key,$this->modulus,$this->key_length);
     public function sign($data)
      return RSA::rsa_sign($data,$this->private_key,$this->modulus,$this->key_length);
     public function verify($data)
      return RSA::rsa_verify($data,$this->public_key,$this->modulus,$this->key_length);
    class RSAKeyType
     const XMLFile = 0;
     const XMLString = 1;
    ?>
    -------------- encrypt data with public key-----------------
    Code Snippet
    <?php
    require_once("RSAProcessor.class.php");
    $processor = new RSAProcessor
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    ?>
    with the front codes.you can easy to encrypt data by public key generate by .net programe.

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