RE: Use of Multiple BLOCK Sizes ?

Vivek,
 
    You also need to consider what the impact of multiple block sizes
will do to your overall memory utilization.  To use multiple block sizes
you need to set DB_nK_CACHE_SIZE which reserves memory from your SGA and
DB_CACHE specifically for that tablespace(s).  While a part of that
specific application might benefit from the larger block size the rest
of it and your database in general may suffer.
 

 
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Subject: Use of Multiple BLOCK Sizes ?



Folks

 

Does use of Multiple BLOCK sizes (for different Tablespaces) help in
Performance of a Hybrid Application?

 

Any best practices, Links, Docs?

 

Thanks indeed

 

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