RE: 8i to 9i upgrade of Oracle Apps database

It sounds like you have run out of physical memory on the box. How much RAM
is on the server and how much is used?

Ray

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Subject: 8i to 9i upgrade of Oracle Apps database


Running u0801070.sql - it has been running for 20 hours now.
 
We are seeing 4030 errors, etc.
 
Only thing changed init.ora so far is to increase java pool from 50m to 200
m per upgrade instructions.
 
Help.
 
 
 
Jeffrey Beckstrom
Database Administrator
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
1240 W. 6th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44113

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