Re: SESSION_CACHED_CURSORS

Yes, correct.

In addition, it's interesting to note that in version < 9.2.0.5, the
max dimension
of the PL/SQL Cursor Cache was dictated by open_cursors, whose default
value is much higher than session_cached_cursors (and which is usually
lower even when no set to the default).

On 8/31/07, LS Cheng <exriscer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Alberto
>
> I think I didnt explain poperly.
>
> I mean
>
> Version < 9.2.0.5: No fragmentation caused by session_cached_cursors because
> it was simply a PGA thing
> Version >= 9.2.0.5:Possible fragmentation because PL/SQLCursor Caching is
> now controlled by this parameter so the parameter now affects both PGA and
> SGA


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