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If there are any ORA-4031's, did they occur because not having enough memory in shared_pool_reserved or rest of the shared pool? Is 40m sufficient for the amount of work you are doing. Ora-04031 on 9i (9.2.0.3) February 12, 2008 - 10:52 pm UTC Reviewer: Aru from NZ Hi Tom, Very interesting thread this. I noticed when copying files from one location to another that all the files didn't transfer. news

Testing whether your system has ionCube Loader in php.ini...Failed Testing whether your system has Zend Optimizer in php.ini...OK Testing results: No additional configuration required and aMember will work on your hosting If I moved the files to the desktop and then back up to the server all the files were copied just fine. If so, I set the value to some X and if my proc / func is bigger than this what happens ? In fact, it might make things worse, as more 'not very large' chunk requests would be fired at the main pool rather than the reserved pool, causing more competition for the

pilot, Aug 12, 2005 #2 alex Administrator Staff Member Joined: Jan 24, 2004 Messages: 6,016 Yes, it is definitely upload problem. And I could only look at v$sql when the system is slow for those people right?? do you mean in the sense of cumulative? what else should I check??

February 13, 2008 - 4:47 pm UTC Reviewer: Aru from NZ Hi Tom, Above in this thread you wrote :- 'Yes, that is what it means -- plsql and such is Followup February 07, 2003 - 2:05 pm UTC what large memory requests would be made? that is what the large pool does and is used for. For the same reason, pinning is pretty much "not needed" either.

I'd say there is a fair chance your shared pool is too small (large complex sql's take lots of memory, not all contigous memory ) there will be chunks for the What can be done to work around it? Large complex SQL (that one 255K SQL statement) will need 255K of contiguous memory? https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/263 Would you approve this proposition?

Your cache administrator is webmaster. I can't do much about them. but do you have 4031's? Followup April 23, 2004 - 2:19 pm UTC are you actually seeing them -- if so, describe your system -- eg: are you using shared server but having no large pool

This would make all my complex large no-bind-variables-in-sight Cognos-generated SQL go in the reserved pool and all the "sane" SQL would go in the regular pool? Thanks, Followup February 05, 2004 - 7:33 am UTC the shared pool reserved component is used for "large memory allocations" -- bigger then the 4k'ish that plsql is paged in. I can bear database crush today please hlep me . idle> create spfile from pfile; File created.

not accurte June 16, 2004 - 10:04 am UTC Reviewer: sagi from Israel sorry to push this matter since we are expriancing ora-4031 in many of our 9i instances. navigate to this website The rest of the memory would be used by the system as needed to load plsql/sql whatever. If I hear you right than SQL's , packages and pinned packages irrespective of their sizes are not stored in shared reserved pool. If so, when does oracle use this reserved space if I do not pin any package in the reserved pool?

Is it used when I pin the packages? Solved Unsolved Was this resource helpful? I queried the view V$SHARED_POOL_RESERVE and infact the failure count had been incremented but I cannot locate what is causing the problem. More about the author I was updating Mambo to Joomla so I created a Mambo folder and a Joomla folder to hold self contained installs.

So increasing the reserved pool min alloc would not solve your problem. When to set SHARED_POOL_RESERVED_SIZE. Thanks in advance, Kandy Train remove_constants March 02, 2007 - 6:52 am UTC Reviewer: Sujith Wimalasooriya from NY Hi, I found the function.

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Thanks, Kandy Train Followup February 28, 2007 - 4:28 pm UTC yes, but if you increase the pga, you might have to decrease the shared pool. PHP Config PHP vs PHP single php.ini vs PHP with FastCGI Unable to login to PHP-Nuke website Why can't I log into my PHP-Nuke based website? that first object includes things like the query text, the plan, grants, yadda yadda yadda. http://popupjammer.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-unable-to-read-2147-bytes-in.html So, i would say it is important to configure shared_pool_reserved_size parameter even if i don't pin anything?

Thanks. [email protected]> startup nomount ORA-00093: shared_pool_reserved_size must be between 5000 and 33554432 [email protected]> create pfile from spfile; File created. alex, Aug 12, 2005 #3 Michael Cheney New Member Joined: Apr 10, 2006 Messages: 1 I have EXACTLY the same problem and I did upload using binary because I used Dreamweaver remember it is "after" it cannot find space in the regular pool http://download-east.oracle.com/docs/cd/A64702_01/doc/server.805/a58242/ch1.htm#6685 Objects in shared pool December 21, 2004 - 9:48 am UTC Reviewer: A reader What's the

What about the 1st part about reserved pool ? [email protected]> startup force ORA-00093: shared_pool_reserved_size must be between 5000 and 33554432 ok, so same place you were. i have this, but i uploaded it in binary with fillezilla asin4ever, Jul 21, 2006 #12 alex Administrator Staff Member Joined: Jan 24, 2004 Messages: 6,016 I believe you have very