SELECT NAME, VALUE
WHERE NAME = 'redo buffer allocation retries';
This value should remain close to zero over an interval of typical activity on the system. If it increments, increase the initialization parameter LOG_BUFFER. You can also improve redo performance by making sure that the redo log files reside on fast disks with no I/O taking place on them other than the LGWR writes.
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