Re: db_recovery_file_dest_size

Robert Freeman Wrote

>  I disagree, the parameter has purpose. If you have a server with many
> databaes on it, it serves to prevent one database from mindlessly filling up
> a shared file system thus preventing all the databases from archiving and as
> a result bringing the whole world to a screatching halt.
>
> I would agree that an option to IGNORE or some such thing would be nice.
>
> RF


Indeed,

I have however an SR about this with Oracle, since in 10g EM you cannot
apparently configure monitoring thesholds for the recovery area. In our
client case we have test databases that generate circa 30gb redo/day but
sporadically this jumbs to circa 0.5TB per day, not bad for a 100gb db with
4 users!. They have 5 test databases and storage of 1.5Tb available to them.
Their complaint, quite correctly, is that we should spot when the flash
recovery area is filling up and do something about it. To quote from the SR
however we should just monitor disk space. Now it is true that one db
crashing is better than 5, but that isn't exactly a ringing endorsement
really. Oh and of course we'd get 5 notifications for the same low disk
space on archive dest issue from each of the 5 databases if I followed the
recommendation.



> -- Problem Statement:
> Using Grid Control 10.2.0.4, when attempting to add the Recovery Area Free
> Space (%) Metric to a
> monitoring template, the Metric is not found (or not available to add).
>
>
> (Update for record id(s): 285652646)
>
> ISSUE VERIFICATION
> ==================
> Verified the issue referencing data collected records as noted below.
> Relevant Data Collected => test.swf.html
>
> *22-DEC-08 14:15:04** GMT*
>
> (Update for record id(s): 285652880)
>
> UPDATE
> ======
> Hi,
>
> This is an expected behavior, as the Recovery Area Free Space (%) Metric is
> hard coded and
> non threholdable which means the user can not edit the thresholds of this
> metric. If you go to the Metric and Policy Settings page you will not find
> the
> metric available. But you do have the "Archive Area Used (%)" Metric which
> can
> be set from the Metric an Policy Settings
>



-- 
Niall Litchfield
Oracle DBA
http://www.orawin.info

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