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Old 10-30-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Oracle's 11g Automatic Storage Management on CentOS (x86_64)

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Command "ipcs -m" appears to be almost useless for getting Oracle 11g shared memory allocation maps. The basic steps for shared memory monitoring and tuning /dev/shm to handle instances with MEMORY_TARGET more then 1024M had been explained in Tanel Poderís blog. Posting bellow follows advices from Tanel Poderís blog to build Oracle 11g (64 bit) ASM database with MEMORY_TARGET size 1.2 GB on CentOS 5.



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