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1. Oracle 10.2.0.1.0 2. The SGA was inadequately sized... suggest 1480M 3. sho parameter sga sga_max_size big_integer 1148 sga_target big_integer 1148 4. alter system set sga_max_size=1480M scope=spfile; System altered 5. startup force [good] 6. sho parameter sga sga_max_size big_integer 1776M sga_target big_integer 1776M
How did 1776M occur? Why isn't it 1480M?
And I did not have to do an "alter sga_target" and yet sga_target "automatically" changed?
I'm not unhappy about this as the intent was to increase sga_target, but I've done the SGA alters on another server and did not run into this.
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