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The DB_FILES parameter simply specifies the maximum number of database files that can be opened for a database. This value is just a number you don t list all the data files for your database here. The larger the size of the database, the larger this number should be. Default value: 200 Parameter type: Static
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The CORE_DUMP_DEST parameter specifies the directory location where you want the core (error) messages dumped to. Default value: Depends on the operating system; you can use any valid directory. Parameter type: Dynamic. This can be changed with the ALTER SYSTEM command.
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The USER_DUMP_DEST parameter specifies the directory where you want Oracle to save error messages from various processes, such as PMON and the database writer. Default value: Depends on the operating system; you can use any valid directory. Parameter type: Dynamic. This can be changed with the ALTER SYSTEM command.
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The BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST parameter specifies the Oracle alert log location and the locations of some other trace files for the instance.
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CHAPTER 9 CREATING AN ORACLE DATABASE
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Default value: Depends on the operating system; you can use any valid directory. Parameter type: Dynamic. This can be changed with the ALTER SYSTEM command.
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UTL_FILE_DIRECTORY
You can use the UTL_FILE_DIRECTORY parameter to specify the directory (or directories) Oracle will use to process I/O when you use the Oracle UTL_FILE package to read from or write to the operating system files. You can set UTL_FILE_DIRECTORY to any OS directory you want. If you just specify an asterisk (*) instead of any specific directory name, the UTL_FILE package will read and write to and from all the OS directories; Oracle recommends against this practice. Default value: none; you can t use the UTL_FILE package to do any I/O with this setting. Parameter type: Static
Caution
You ll need to use some directory on the server where you have read/write privileges as the setting for UTL_FILE_DIRECTORY; otherwise the package can t process I/O to the operating system. If you use * as the value for the UTL_FILE_DIRECTORY parameter, however, users can write to and read from all directories for which you have read/write privileges. Obviously, you don t want this to happen!
Oracle Managed Files Parameters
You ll need to use three parameters to specify the format of the Oracle Managed Files (OMF) when you decide to use the feature: DB_CREATE_FILE_DEST, DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_n, and DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST. I describe the first two parameters in the sections that follow and the third under the Recovery-Related Parameters section. 17 discusses in more detail how to use the initialization parameters dealing with OMF.
DB_CREATE_FILE_DEST
The DB_CREATE_FILE_DEST parameter specifies the default location for Oracle-managed data files. It s also the directory where Oracle will create data files and temporary files when you don t specify an explicit location for them. The directory must already exist with the correct read/write permissions for Oracle. Default value: None Parameter type: Dynamic. It can be changed using either the ALTER SYSTEM or ALTER SESSION command.
DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_n
The DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_n parameter specifies the default location for OMF online redo log files and control files. To multiplex the online redo log files or the control file, specify more than one value for the parameter. Oracle creates one member of each online redo log and one control file in each location when you specify a value of n greater than one. You can have a maximum of five separate directory locations. Please see 17 for examples of how to use this parameter. Default value: None Parameter type: Dynamic. This parameter can be changed using either the ALTER SYSTEM or ALTER SESSION command.
CHAPTER 9 CREATING AN ORACLE DATABASE
Process and Session Parameters
Several initialization parameters relate to the number of processes and the number of sessions that your database can handle. The following sections explore the important process and session parameters.
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