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Stay logged in aMember Pro Forum Home Forums > aMember > aMember Pro v.3 > Troubleshooting > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Search Search titles only if I cannot control what goes into the large pool , why shouldnt I use the reserve pool which I have control on ? Followup February 13, 2008 - 10:57 pm UTC they are free, not sure what point you are trying to make? Followup December 24, 2003 - 10:13 am UTC you pretty much can ignore this init.ora parameter since about version 8.0 and the introduction of the large_pool. navigate here

If I do this - select * from v$sql where parsing_user_id <> 0 order by sharable_mem; The 1st object is 5k size (more than 4k min reserved default) that would mean But when I query SQL> select KSMCHIDX "SubPool", 'sga heap('||KSMCHIDX||',0)'sga_heap,ksmchcom ChunkComment, 2 decode(round(ksmchsiz/1000),0,'0-1K', 1,'1-2K', 2,'2-3K',3,'3-4K', 3 4,'4-5K',5,'5-6k',6,'6-7k',7,'7-8k',8, 4 '8-9k', 9,'9-10k','> 10K') "size", 5 count(*),ksmchcls Status, sum(ksmchsiz) Bytes 6 from x$ksmsp 7 Setting your FTP client to force Binary mode, instead of allowing it to auto-detect the mode, will fix this problem 90% of the time.Refer to the FTP client's website for specific But 4031 is rare compared to the other. https://www.000webhost.com/website-faq/php-errors-fatal-error-unable-to-read-x-bytes-in-23

I don't know how else to say it. 2) some do, megabytes is not uncommon for large complex queries with many paths. 3) correct, it isn't. This is to look at those sessions where the system is slow. reserved pool May 14, 2003 - 6:06 pm UTC Reviewer: Reader from Houston, TX Does it mean if i needed a memory allocation say 6kb for my package, oracle would allocate You told that it is resereved for "large allocation"..

pga memory is in the dedicated server (and uga memory in dedicated server)... if you don't use binds, then probably OK, age it out, you are not going to use it. This allows large objects (over 5k) to be loaded into the cache without requiring a single contiguous area, hence reducing the possibility of running out of enough contiguous memory due to Yes, the error is related to shared pool.

February 10, 2003 - 3:47 pm UTC Reviewer: Scott Watson from CANADA >> Are you using bind variables? what is the size of your shared pool? that likely will not involve the pga right now. https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/263 I am having the exact same problem.

SQL> select sum(bytes) from v$sgastat where pool='shared pool'; SUM(BYTES) ---------- 167772160 SQL> show parameter shared_pool NAME TYPE VALUE ------------------------------------ ----------- ------------------------------ shared_pool_reserved_size big integer 6710886 shared_pool_size big integer 134217728 SQL> show If I had source code that was 5-10m in size, i'd be wondering "why" (that's more code then the sum of all of the sizes of my .doc files that make December 21, 2004 - 10:23 am UTC Reviewer: A reader I got that, my question was more about select * from v$sql where parsing_user_id <> 0 order by sharable_mem; The 1st after upgrade from 9.2.0.2 to 9.2.0.7 nearly gating 4031 February 08, 2006 - 11:54 am UTC Reviewer: ishams from Canada I am reading your side every day , thanks for such

The default value for _shared_pool_reserved_min_alloc is 4K, isnt that too small? http://forum.shopcms.ru/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3146 Loki13 сказал:Fatal error: This encoded file is corrupted Файл просто закодирован зендом. Ну или в этот файл ктото пытался вносить изменения )))) Loki13 сказал:Пытался загрузить файлик admin.php из последней версии ShopCMS, peldone, Nov 8, 2006 #16 brint New Member Joined: Nov 26, 2006 Messages: 1 Fatal error: Incompatible file format: The encoded file has format ID 2003120701, whereas the Optimizer can read It is the same concept as locally managed tablespaces and why they cannot get fragmented.

Sometimes these statements show (in tools such as Precise)to be in shared pool wait. http://netfiscal.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-unable-to-read-bytes-in-on-line-0.html I am going to use sys.dbms_support.start_trace_in_session(vSid, vSerialNo, TRUE, TRUE); to trace those sessions. I'd say there is a fair chance your shared pool is too small (large complex sql's take lots of memory, not all contigous memory ) there will be chunks for the Additionally, statspack will show you SQL wildly skewed from normal processing assuming you can respond while the problem is still ongoing.

that first object includes things like the query text, the plan, grants, yadda yadda yadda. http://cpu.badisoft.ru (тестовый сайт), http://badisoft.ru (модули) Наверх #9 Loki13 Пользователь Пользователи 11 сообщений Репутация: 0 Начинающий Отправлено 25 февраля 2015 - 16:07 R.Sergey (25 февраля 2015 - 09:07) писал: badisoft сказал:Выдвину свою My environment has a lot of Cognos queries which are these gigantic SQLs, when I save one of these beasts to a text file, it is 255K (yes, one SELECT of his comment is here The 30 MB sharable_mem user SQL uses 60 union all.

It seems like Other than going back to the provider and ask them to use binds in their client code, I guess I shouldn't do anything from Database side of it?? How can I rename the trace file generated for another session?? But select sum(bytes) from v$sgastat where pool = 'shared pool' shows 268,435,600.

What does "misses" refer to?

Any ideas on how to resolve this issue? Thanks Followup August 12, 2004 - 10:39 am UTC please read the original answer, going in circles here. Looking at the pga stats - all we can say is "something is writing to disk at some point" but you don't know what the people that complain are waiting on But I didn't want to paste the whole report here.

We bounced the database so I don't have access to the v$shared_pool_reserved information anymore. Thanks again for your inputs. So, having a large reserved area could cause 4031's for small allocations under 4,000 bytes in your case. weblink Even if I see low(Let me interprit that as 0~5 executions) executions, what is it telling me??

Fatal error: Unable to read 48576 bytes in /home/user/www/admin.php on line 0 Пытался перезалить файл в бинарном режиме, выдает другую ошибку Fatal error: This encoded file is corrupted. April 22, 2004 - 5:51 pm UTC Reviewer: Sai. Latest Followup You Asked What actually is the use of SHARED_POOL_RESERVE_SIZE? Please try the request again.

Node 1 has zero Request Failures.

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