RE: application tier RAM requirements

The app tier(s) are all 32 bit apps and only use 4 gb of ram.  The DB is a 
different story.

 

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From: ora-apps-dba-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:ora-apps-dba-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kenan Öztürk
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 7:04 AM
To: ora-apps-dba@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: application tier RAM requirements

 

Hi all,

is there document for application tier(apache+forms+reports%concurrent managers 
etc) RAM requirements according to user count. Because there is for database 
RAM requirements, you can see it below!

note id :216205.1



Parameter Name

Development / Test Instance

11 - 100 Users

101 - 500 Users

501 - 1,000 Users

1,001 - 2,000 Users [1] 

Processes

200

200

800

1200

2500

Sessions

400

400

1600

2400

5000

db_block_buffers

20000

50000

150000

250000

400000

db_cache_size [2] 

156M

400M

1G

2G

3G

sga_target [3]

1G

1G

2G

3G

14G

undo_retention [4] 

1800

3600

7200

10800

14400

Shared_pool_size (csp)

N/A

N/A

N/A

1800M

3000M

Shared_pool_reserved_size (csp)

N/A

N/A

N/A

180M

300M

Shared_pool_size (no csp)

400M

600M

800M

1000M

2000M

Shared_pool_reserved_size (no csp)

40M

60M

80M

100M

100M

pga_aggregate_target [5]

1G

2G

4G

10G

20G


Total Memory Required [6]


~ 2 GB

~ 3 GB

~ 6 GB

~ 13 GB

~ 25 GB

 

 

  

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