On 7/18/05, Charu Joshi <joshic@(protected):
> Hi all,
> We have our production database (126.96.36.199) hosted on Windows 2000 Server. Of
> late we are frequently experiencing ORA-4030
errors, because the Oracle.exe
> process footprint grows close to 2 GB.
> I came across metalink notes 46001.1 and 116076.1, which mention a way to
> configure Win2K OS, so that a process can grow upto 3GB, instead of the
> original 2 GB. This requires a utility called imagecfg.exe. This is supposed
> to come with the Server Supplement One CD of Windows 2000 Server.
> I checked with our hardware people but they don't have the CD. I googled for
> the utility, but the versions found did not have the '-l' option that is
> required for this task.
> So may I request you to send the utility directly to me in a ZIP file
> archive, if you happen to have it? Also, if you have used this utility
> before, please care to share your experience.
> Thanks & regards,
188.8.131.52.6 was the last patchset that supported large memory on MS win32 OSes.
All 9.2.0.x patchsets supported it.
While running 184.108.40.206.0 and all of the 220.127.116.11.x patchsets - large
memory support was non-existent.
upgrade to 9.2 or 10.1 and apply the latest patchsets as prescribed in
the CPU2005July alert.
# f=ma, divide by 1, convert to moles.