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Heavy Swapping Message

Posted on 2014-12-12
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As recently as last week i would see warnings in alert log saying
"Warning : Heavy swapping observed on system in last 5 mins"
Is there anything in OEM to detect his for which i can set a threshold and alert?
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Swadhin Ray earned 500 total points
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Not have much idea but you can check on Oracle Support notes : ID 1452790.1
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Thanks.  We've since put in about ten times the memory and i believe eight more processors.
No longer getting the heavy swapping message, but still no solution to database hang.
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