Re: RAM > 80% (Windows 2000 AS + Oracle 10g R2) !!
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 07:23:27 -0700
The default RAM usage of a database created by DBUA is 40% I believe, so if you used the defaults on your database, Oracle is consuming 400Meg just to start the database.
*) Adjust the database parameters manually *) increase the RAM on your laptop.
Running Oracle on laptop with 1 gig works, but 2 gig is much better. 4gig if you can get it.
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 1:31 PM, Amit Verma <in.amitverma_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Recently I have installed Oracle 10g R2 and Windows 2000 AS on my new Laptop
> Acer (AMD 64 Bit 512 L2 Cache with 1 GB RAM).
> After creating a database using DBCA the RAM size goes upto 80% to 90%. I
> just want to the following things
> 1. Is it OK or not.
> 2. If not, then should I increased more RAM (2GB)
> 3. I need to bought new PC for R&D with better hardware.
> Please let me know your concerns.
> Amit Verma
> Oracle DBA & System Adminstrator
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