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Deleting trace files from udump and bdump

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Just a quick question..

I was wondering if there is any impact on database if I delete oracle trace files from udump and bdump directories....

Is there anything which i will lose?  Note that this is 9i
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you can delete old trace files not those which are getting generated today.

I think there will be no impact if you delete old trace files which are unwanted.
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I concur, and wish to add a comment that performance is impacted by the growth in your listener and alert logs.  Not significantly, but you may want to replace your listener log when it grows above 2-5 Mb.
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