Oracle Configuration Parameters

I was wondering what the relevant memory usage of each of the following (if relevant) was and what the settings should be for my environment and server:


There are approximately 100 users accessing the system at the moment via mts (I'm not sure how many connections this is holding for the com+ objects) - which sporadically receive a "can not enlist transaction" error. Hence my thoughts that maybe some of these resources need to be upped from the lower part of:

I've got no idea as to what the "max" I can safely set these too or so forth. The server is:

dual xeon 2.4,
3gb of ram.
c: 4gb - 4MEG free (this wasn't me that installed it on such a small partition)
d:131gb - 101gb free

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Using MS MTS to access oracle:

try to set these parameter to a larger value, considering you have 100+ users...

You need to set these values in INIT<SID>.ORA FILE on the database server:

sessions = 600
distributed_transactions = 600
open_cursors =1000
processes =600

You need to restart the database by shutdown immediate so that these changes will take effect.

you also need to set the QUEUESIZE in the LISTENER.ORA file on the database server


and then restart the listener process

lsnrctl stop
lsnrctl start

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And also how many dispatchers are there ???

Are you seeing lots of INACTIVE sessions in Your V$session view ?
There won't be any dispatchers....

MTS here means Microsoft transaction service....
Ohh sorry !

I thought it was Multi-threaded Server


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