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shared pool [message #37684] Wed, 20 February 2002 20:06 Go to next message
krishna
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Registered: October 1998
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I suspect that the command
alter system flush shared_pool;
does not flush the cache completely. I found that a command which took 1.26 cpu seconds to service took only 0.44 seconds when i ran the same query after flushing the shared_pool. What should i do to ensure that the shared_pool is flushed completely. Do i have to shutdown and restart the database everytime i want to flush the shared pool? Please help.
Re: shared pool [message #37686 is a reply to message #37684] Wed, 20 February 2002 23:00 Go to previous message
seng
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Registered: February 2002
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i don't know how to check wheather the cache is fully refresh or not.
However, the execution time fo query is also affected by other few factor then cache . like
1. CPU/ OS usage on memory by other process
2. Oracle activities.
3. Network usage.
These factor might slow down the execution time of your command. Hope, this will help you
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