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V$SGA_TARGET_ADVICE view errors with zero divisor

Posted on 2009-04-06
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I have several Oracle 10.2.0.2 databases running in dedicated server mode, all configured with a positive SGA_TARGET parameter.  For most, the SGA_TARGET_ADVICE view shows expected results.  A few of the small DBs (SGA < 2G) give me a ORA-1476 error when I execute this view.  Why?
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mrjoltcola earned 125 total points
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I think you should patch to 10.2.0.3 +

Look at your STATISTICS_LEVEL and see if they vary between databases, possibly the one you are having problems has STATISTICS_LEVEL > BASIC (ALL or TYPICAL?)

Try this Metalink bug: 4434887

Another link referring to this:

http://www.anysql.net/doc/bug10203.html

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All DBs are set to statistics_level=typical.  According to Oracle, failure of this view is indeed a bug that is fixed in 10.2.0.3.  Thanks.
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