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Re: /3GB switch on Win2003 Standard Ed (ORA-04030)

Michael Ray

2006-06-16

Replies:
Niall Litchfield wrote:
> On 6/16/06, Michael Ray <topshot.rhit@(protected):
>> "Caution: Microsoft supports using the /3GB switch in Windows Server
>> 2003, Standard Edition in a production environment for use by Active
>> Directory. For other applications, Microsoft supports using the /3GB
>> switch in Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition only in a production
>> environment if the application vendor has tested in this environment and
>> if the vendor is willing to support the customer who is using this
>> functionality."
>
> You'd obviously want to confirm with Oracle via a tar that they will
> support you, in principle however they do. If your new more powerful
> server is 64bit you may wish to read Note 370466.1.

I am already awaiting their response on that. :) We were going to do
64-bit until we realized the standby had to be 64-bit as well so
everything is 32.

> > We found that we had great success using SGA_TARGET/MAX_SIZE and
> especially PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET to allow Oracle to allocate memory to
> user threads on windows.

You'll see some of this on my other thread. They did not want me to
fiddle with PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET, which is 400MB, just with SGA_TARGET,
which currently equals SGA_MAX_SIZE. I need to figure out how to
effectively reduce it because my min size currently required is just
12MB below the target. I'm awaiting their response, but thought I would
ask the real experts also.

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Sincerely,
Michael Ray
Topshot Systems LLC
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