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Automatic Shared Memory Management

Posted on 2012-04-13
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Can I enable and disable the Automatic Shared Memory Management on the fly.

to get SGA advice in the grid control.
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Yes.

Disable Automatic Shared Memory Management Page

Use the Disable Automatic Shared Memory Management page to specify the SGA component sizes and to disable ASMM. When you disable ASMM, the database no longer automatically sets the optimal distribution of memory across the SGA components.
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You will need to restart the instance when enabling and configuring Automatic Shared Memory Management
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