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Memory grows steadily - Oracle 9i [message #65586] Wed, 03 November 2004 00:18 Go to next message
Ken
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Registered: April 1998
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Dear all,

We're currently using 9.0.1.0 for our production database, on RedHat 7.1. The size of the s000 process grows (and I see growth in both SGA and PGA) steadily even when nobody is using the system (1am - 6am), and when people start to using it, it grows even faster. When reach about 1.6G (within 24 hrs) it start to throw ORA-04030 errors. We have to restart it twice a day just to get rid of the errors.

The linux box have 2G of memory and plenty of swap spaces. I would like to know some ways of figuring out what happens inside Oracle at midnight and see if there's any possible memory leakage.

Upgrading OS/Oracle is not an option. At least for now.

Any help would be grateful. Thanks.

Ken
Re: Memory grows steadily - Oracle 9i [message #65591 is a reply to message #65586] Wed, 03 November 2004 20:31 Go to previous message
Frank
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Registered: March 2000
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No sessions in db, yet memory-usage is growing. This is where you call support I guess. (You pay for support; use it !)

hth
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