在数据库的等待事件中，你可能看到：wait for EMON to process ntfns 。这里的 ntfns ，让人很容易想到 ntfs ，但是，它没有这个意思。
首先 EMON 进程是 事件监控进程，以大量子进程形式存在 EMNC 进程是协调进程，Ennn 是从属进程。
V$EMON 记录了所有子进程（Slave Process）的使用情况。在操作系统的进程名称类似 e001 ,e002 这样。
文档记录其作用是：执行数据库事件管理和通知 （Performs database event management and notifications）。
EMNC coordinates event management and notification activity in the database, including Streams Event Notifications, Continuous Query Notifications, and Fast Application Notifications.
Ennn The database event management and notification load is distributed among the EMON slave processes. These processes work on the system notifications in parallel, offering a capability to process a larger volume of notifications, a faster response time, and a lower shared memory use for staging notifications.
在 188.8.131.52 到 184.108.40.206版本遇到这个问题，可能是因为一个BUG。可以参考 MOS 文档中的描述：
Users Blocked and Waiting on 'Wait for EMON to Process Ntfns' When Using DCN (文档 ID 1257264.1)
Sessions getting blocked by a Database Change Notification (DCN) subscriber on wait event “Wait for EMON to process ntfns”.
Implemented Database Change Notification (DCN) through JDBC clients.
The issue occurs only with regular notifications. When the rate of enqueue is faster than the rate at which the EMON can process, the channel gets filled and enqueuer will be waiting for the channel to get freed by EMON.
As such notifications do not spill and when the buffer is full, flow control kicks off and prevents EMON to send new notifications until there is more buffer to process pending notifications. This blocks other sessions doing DMLs against subscribed table on 'Wait for EMON to process ntfns'.
This is an expected behavior and Enhancement Request 9735536 has been logged to provide an interface to identify and remove the slow DCN client through the view v$subscr_registration_stats.
It provides additional data statistics on v$subscr_registration_stats in order to identify a potential slow DCN using regular notifications.
This enhancement is available for database release 12.1 and via back-port for previous supported releases. See Doc ID 9735536.8 for more details.
Once the enhancement patch is in place or if using a database version that contains such enhancement already, you need to enable the feature by setting two underscore parameters:
Important: The database should be bounced in order for the parameters change to take in place as these are not dynamic ones.
i. The _client_enable_auto_unregister (default value is FALSE), you need to set to TRUE, for example:
conn / as sysdba
alter system set "_client_enable_auto_unregister" = TRUE scope=spfile sid='*';
Note: The "_client_enable_auto_unregister" parameter is not required if patched database is 220.127.116.11 or lower. It is activated by default. The user will correctly get error ORA-02065: "illegal option for ALTER SYSTEM", if trying to set it.
ii. And _emon_send_timeout (default value is 10000 milliseconds). You will change this only if you need EMON to check in an interval other than every 10 seconds, for example, to define once a minute:
alter system set "_emon_send_timeout" = 60000 scope=spfile sid='*';
After the bounce you can check the changes are correct using this query:
set line 100
col Parameter for a50
col "Session Value" for a20
col "Instance Value" for a20
SELECT a.ksppinm "Parameter",b.ksppstvl "Session Value",c.ksppstvl "Instance Value" FROM x$ksppi a, x$ksppcv b, x$ksppsv c WHERE a.indx = b.indx AND a.indx = c.indx AND a.ksppinm in ( '_client_enable_auto_unregister', '_emon_send_timeout' )