SESSIONS View (Account Usage): New Column in View¶
This behavior change is in the 2023_03 bundle.
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The behavior of the SESSIONS Account Usage view in the shared SNOWFLAKE database behaves as follows:
The view does not include the CLOSED_REASON column.
The view includes the CLOSED_REASON column as the last column in the view. The column contains one of the following values to indicate why the Snowflake session closes:
Regarding logouts, note the following:
FORCED_LOGOUT refers to an account administrator in your Snowflake account forcing a user to logout.
SFC_FORCED_LOGOUT refers to a Snowflake administrator (e.g. Support engineer) forcing a user to logout.