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Diving Into the Shared Pool - An In Depth Look at Tuning the Shared Pool (Part 2)

Oracle Tips by Mike Ault


In Summary

In this final installment of the shared pool tuning article we have discussed ways to monitor for what objects should be pinned, discussed multi-threaded server , looked at hashing problems and their resolution as well as examined classic library and data dictionary cache tuning. Including the guidelines from last months article we have established 8 guidelines for tuning the Oracle shared pool:

Guideline 1: If gross usage of the shared pool in a non-ad-hoc environment exceeds 95% (rises to 95% or greater and stays there) establish a shared pool size large enough to hold the fixed size portions, pin reusable packages and procedures. Gradually increase shared pool by 20% increments until usage drops below 90% on the average.

Guideline 2: If the shared pool shows a mixed ad-hoc and reuse environment, establish a shared pool size large enough to hold the fixed size portions, pin reusable packages and establish a comfort level above this required level of pool fill. Establish a routine flush cycle to filter non-reusable code from the pool.

Guideline 3: If the shared pool shows that no reusable SQL is being used establish a shared pool large enough to hold the fixed size portions plus a few megabytes (usually not more than 40) and allow the shared pool modified least recently used (LRU) algorithm to manage the pool. (also see guideline 8)

Guideline 4: Determine usage patterns of packages, procedures, functions and cursors and pin those that are frequently used.


For more information on this topic, I recommend Don Burleson's latest book "Oracle Tuning: The Definitive Reference". 

You can buy it direct from the publisher for 50%-off and get instant access to the code depot of Oracle tuning scripts:

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_1002_oracle_tuning_definitive_reference_2nd_ed.htm


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