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Chapter 2 Inside the Oracle Shared Pool

based on the overall shared pool size, a few of the initialization parameters, and empirical determinations from previous versions. In early versions of Oracle (notably 6.2 and lower versions), the dictionary caches could be sized individually, allowing finer control of this aspect of the shared pool. With Oracle 7 and all future releases from that point on, the internal algorithm for sizing the data dictionary caches took control from the DBA.

The shared pool is used for objects that can be shared among all users, such as table definitions, reusable SQL (although non-reusable SQL is also stored there), PL/SQL packages, procedures, and functions. Cursor information is also stored in the shared pool. At a minimum, the shared pool must be sized to accommodate the needs of the fixed areas plus a small amount of memory reserved for use in parsing SQL and PL/SQL statements. Otherwise, ORA-07445 errors will result.

Monitoring and Tuning the Shared Pool

The default values for the shared pool size initialization parameters are almost always too small by at least a factor of four. Unless your database is limited to the basic scott/tiger type schema and your overall physical data size is less than a couple of hundred megabytes, even the "large" parameters are far too small. What parameters control the size of the shared pool? Essentially only one, the shared_pool_size. The other shared pool parameters control how the variable-size areas in the shared pool are parsed out, but not overall shared pool size.


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