Re: ORA-04030 possible unix limits??
- From: Stefan Koehler <contact@xxxxxxxx>
- To: henry.poras@xxxxxxxxx, ORACLE-L <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2017 20:02:24 +0100 (CET)
Could there be another place that Linux is limiting the process?
Linux x86_64 has a theoretically VAS (virtual address space -
) limit of 128 TB :-)
Has the Oracle PGA allocation changed in 12c?
Yes and no (depends on what you compare it with). Realfree memory management /
allocator ( mmap() and munmap() ) was introduced with Oracle 9i and
there was a limit of 16 GB when using it. However this limit was raised to 80
GB by bug fix #14119856 but personally i have never tested it as my lab
does not have 80 GB of RAM - i am just a poor independent guy, you know ;-)
Just try to disable realfree memory management / allocator (SQL> alter system
set "_use_realfree_heap"=FALSE;) and check if you can use more heap
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Henry Poras <henry.poras@xxxxxxxxx> hat am 16. März 2017 um 18:19 geschrieben:
I am running on Oracle 220.127.116.11
We are currently getting 4030 (timobj call) which I have tracked to an
aggregate function which is instantiating lots of (untunable) pga memory.
Our pga_aggregate_target is 700GB and
our pga_aggregate_limit is 900G
We are not coming close to using our aggregate memory, yet the process is
erroring out at 32GB. I am trying to see if this is an Oracle limit (in
the past versions, this kind of untunable allocation would continue to rise)
or a linux one.
I have checked both ulimit -a and ulimit -Hm with both being unlimited.
Could there be another place that Linux is limiting the process? Has the
Oracle PGA allocation changed in 12c?
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