Re: Help Interpreting Windows Trace
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:51:12 +0200
I beg to differ.
You have 2GB for oracle. The instance use about 0.8 GB now and can grow
to 2 GB.
The other 2 GB (from 4GB max in 32 bit) are used for the kernel.
Dion Cho wrote:
> I believe that VA stands for virtual address.
> You are on the 32bit machine where the maximum address space is 2G.
> Some part of the address is reserved for the kernel thus you have
> around 1.2G remained.
> Sent from my amazing iPhone.
> 2010. 3. 10. 오후 7:15 Blessing Kamutande <kamutandeb_at_gmail.com
> <mailto:kamutandeb_at_gmail.com>> 작성:
>> Hi All,
>> I am runing Oracle Enterprose Edition 10.2.0.4 on Windows 2003
>> Enterprise Edition 32 bit. Please help me understand the below line
>> Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
>> With the Partitioning, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing
>> Windows Server 2003 Version V5.2 Service Pack 2
>> CPU : 16 - type 586, 2 Physical Cores
>> Process Affinity : 0x00000000
>> *Memory (Avail/Total): Ph:31553M/32757M, Ph+PgF:31791M/34442M,
>> I assume *Ph:31553M/32757M* refers to the Physical Memory,*
>> Ph+PgF:31791M/34442M* refers to physical + Swap space, third column
>> is the one I'm grappling with!
>> *VA:1231M/2047M* what does it refer too? which available & total
>> memory? And what does *VA* stand for?
>> Thank you in advance for the clarification.
>> Kind Regards