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Re: ORA-4030

Kirtikumar Deshpande

2004-02-08

Replies:
We reduced P_A_T, from 1GB to 600M (after watching sort performance). Also turned off H_J_E. No
more 4030s.
This is on AIX 4.3.3 and 9.2.0.4

- Kirti

--- Jared.Still@(protected):
> Hi Lisa,
> This sounds very similar to a recent discussion on this list.
>
> I believe that the temporary solution was to go back to using
> sort_area_size, though I could have it wrong.
>
> Try searching the archives as fatcity.com and freelists.org.
>
> Jared
>
>
>
>
>
> "Koivu, Lisa" <Lisa.Koivu@(protected)>
> Sent by: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
> 02/06/2004 01:38 PM
> Please respond to oracle-l
>
>
>      To:   <oracle-l@(protected)>
>      cc:
>      Subject:     ORA-4030
>
>
> Hi everyone,=20
>
> 9204, Windows 2003 Enterprise
>
> ORA-04030: out of process memory when trying to allocate 49676 bytes
> (hash-join subh,kllcqas:kllsltba)
>
> What fun. Yes, I know this means it is out of memory. I know that hash
> joins are memory-intensive. I want to allow the db to utilize more
> memory. Using hash joins speeds up the data loads.
>
> I have pga_aggregate_target set to 900m (due to a bug). I decreased the
> amount of memory allocated to the sga and the db block buffers as
> indicated in note 116076.1. Yes I know it's about NT, but I'm grasping
> here.=20
>
> I watched the memory allocation ramp up on the server while Informatica
> was running. It gets to around 2.1, 2.2 gb and doesn't go any farther.
> Jobs begin failing.=20
>
> Our sysadmin says there's no problem with w2003E addressing more than
> 2GB contiguous memory, like the note says. However, the behavior was
> pretty suspect. =20
>
> Any windows people that can point me in the right direction? =20
>
> This was brought on by setting the optimizer_goal for this user to
> choose. We set it back to first_rows and this error does not occur.
> This makes sense to me, however I really want to see the db use
> available resources instead of barf.
>
>
> Lisa Koivu
> Senior DBA, yea right
> Orlando, FL, USA
>


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