We are running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Ed spk 1. I understand the issues with 32bit platforms but I also know there is a way for me to allow Oracle to take more than 4G of RAM ...I need it for streams...can someone tell me if there are some hidden parameters that I need to set in oracle or in the registry...I saw a VERY old metlink write up on some but they say they are from Oracle 8...Can anyone let me know..
I'm not aware of any "magic" ways to increase the shared_pool_size greatly. It looks to me like you have found the documented options. Unless you can go to a 64-bit server and O/S, you may have to live
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