RE: What is the real SGA size?

Isn't about time that Oracle changed the show sga output to translate bytes 
into Mbytes as a minimum.

I know you can query v$sga but as Kevin says  - the easy way is to show sga
SQL> select sum(value/1024/1024) Mb from v$sga;

        MB
----------
1095.13281

John
www.jhdba.wordpress.com

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 I have mostly just used the command

Show sga

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