Re: I may never see this again. SGA

I know there are some sites running oracle with 72GB SGA, and they said they
are very happy with such a huge SGA.


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From: "Koivu, Lisa" <Lisa.Koivu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2004 3:22 AM
Subject: I may never see this again. SGA


> Check it out!  I may be a geek for thinking this is sooooo cool...
>
>  Total System Global Area 3.0067E+10 bytes
> Fixed Size                   779488 bytes
> Variable Size            8589934592 bytes
> Database Buffers         2.1475E+10 bytes
> Redo Buffers                1204224 bytes
>
> trprd2-STAGE>
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> Lisa Koivu
> Sr. Database Monkey
> Orlando, FL, USA
>
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