RE: high recursive cpu usage

I already created the tables and indexes with 60 extents each of 1Gb
each so 60G should be enough for table to hold 1M records....also
datafiles are already sized correctly....
Or
It might be space allocation in rollback segments or temp tablespace or
System tablespace?

Thanks
--Harvinder


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On 07/08/2004 02:21:44 PM, Harvinder Singh wrote:
> Hi,
> What can be the reason for high value of "recursive cpu usage"?

Expensive recursive SQL. In other words, your inserts are probably doing

dynamic space allocation.

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Mladen Gogala
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Wang Trading LLC
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