Memory usage by 10g

Version Oracle 10.1.0.2
OS is Windows XP or 2K.

I'm trying to minimize the use of RAM but the minimum stated usage of
JAVA_POOL_SIZE =20M     and
SHARED_POOL_SIZE=40M

I set DB_CACHE_SIZE=28M

total SGA size is around 100M and the process on windows shows it takes 145M.

Is there a safe way to reduce this memory usage
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schwertnerCommented:
You will loose the functionality of Oracle if you try to reduce the memory usage.
The only thing I see is to turn off some of the unused processes. But this is too complex.
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peledcAuthor Commented:
Hi schwertner,

One easy way is to turn off the "OracleDBconsole<sid>"
This will free arounf 70M

Than, reduce the Java pool size to 4m and large pool size to 8m;

Thanks any way,
Peled
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