ORA-04031 when creating a new 11g instance

I am trying to create a new instance on a fresh install of Oracle 11.1.0.6 and encountering the following error during the jserver.sql portion of the create script.  Once the error occurs, sqlplus exits and the database creation fails.

How can I fix this issue?  Do I need to increase the size of any of the default tablespaces?  

Specs:
Oracle 11.1.0.6 on SUN SPARC 10.5
SQL> -- Load all the Java classes
SQL> begin if initjvmaux.startstep('CREATE_JAVA_SYSTEM') then
  2    initjvmaux.rollbacksetup;
  3    commit;
  4    initjvmaux.rollbackset;
  5    initjvmaux.exec('create or replace java system');
  6    commit;
  7    initjvmaux.rollbackcleanup;
  8    initjvmaux.endstep;
  9  end if; end;
 10  /
create or replace java system
begin if initjvmaux.startstep('CREATE_JAVA_SYSTEM') then
*
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-04031: unable to allocate 4096 bytes of shared memory ("java pool","unknown
object","joxlod exec hp",":SGAClass")
ORA-06512: at "SYS.INITJVMAUX", line 23
ORA-06512: at line 5

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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
This is a memory error not a tablespace error.

The solution to this depends on how you set up the database parameters.

Logged in as a DBA post the following:
SQL> show parameter memory
SQL> show parameter sga
SQL> show parameter pool

If you are planning on using 11g Automatic memory management the following should al lbe 0:
java_pool_size
large_pool_size
shared_pool_size
sga_target
sga_max_size
pga_aggregate_target

The only ones that should have a size are:
memory_target
memory_max_target

If this is the case increase memory_max_target and memory_target, restart the database and retry.
STLOracleDudeAuthor Commented:
I got it to work by setting cpu_count=8 and sga_target=1024M
It was trying to allocate memory for each of the 64 cores on the machine.

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