Re: 2,2 GB Coredump

Hi,

Weird yet I have the max_dump_file_size =1024

Until now I have been going with a script that check the file size and {echo
"" > file }`s it every minute.

Any more thoughts?

Özgür Özdemircili
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On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 5:33 PM, <Mayen.Shah@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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> max_dump_file_size     parameter should restrict the size of the dump file.
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> HTH
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> Hi,
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> Did anyone had the problem of Oracle creating dump files of 2+ GB?
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> We are dealing with ORA-07445 and ORA-04030 today. For the 3rd time all the
> nodes create dump files of 2.2/2.1 Gb which fills up the space.
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> Is there any way to stop Oracle creating coredumps temporarily? Any ideas
> on how to solve this until we find the main cause?
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> Thanks.
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