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Dynamic SGA and pinned

Hi,

I have a question regarding Oracle 10g and it's dynamic SGA. We are
currently evaluating different hardware platforms as well as database
platform. Dynamic configuration is an important part for us.
I understand that on Solaris, one can set a Oracle parameter (SGA_MAX_SIZE?)
to a maximum value. Oracle can then use DISM to pin into memory what it
currently needs and leave in swap space what it does not need.
This would allow us to set it for example to 32GB but only use 4GB. When we
then give the host more memory, we can then increase Oracle's active SGA and
it will start pinning more memory into RAM.

I'm wondering what the deal is on AIX and HP-UX? Does Oracle pin the SGA
into RAM on these platforms? If it does, how does it work with dynamic
configuration? Will it like on Sun allocate all the memory but only pin what
is currently required?

Thanks.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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