Re: SGA size

  • From: JApplewhite@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: "'Oracle-L Freelists'" <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 18:49:48 -0500

Sure, that's possible, though at the low end.  I used to run a 7.3.2 
database on an old laptop that had only 32MB total RAM and I think I ran 
it with a 4MB SGA.  I didn't need a big Buffer Cache or Shared Pool.  You 
could make it run pretty lean.

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"Satheesh Babu" <satheeshbabu.s@xxxxxxxxx> 
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09/01/2006 05:45 PM
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SGA size

    We have a client running oracle 7.3.4 ( I know it is outdated we are 
pushing to 9i), the sga size is 5MB. Thatâs right it is 5MB. Can a 
instance run with 5mb of SGA? Or is the dictionary table giving me the 
wrong info or Am I missing something here?
Satheesh Babu.S

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