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what is PGA_AGGREGRATE_TARGET??
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PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET = <value>
controls how much memory the instance should allocate, in total, for all workareas used to sort/hash data

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When setting this parameter, you should examine the total memory on your system that is available to the Oracle instance and subtract the SGA. You can assign the remaining memory to PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET.

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