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You can t simply change the DB_BLOCK_SIZE parameter in the init.ora file after the database is created. The block size is more or less permanent. However, you can get around the need to re-create the whole database by creating new tablespaces (all but the System tablespace) with the required block size by using the BLOCKSIZE parameter, which will perform a roundabout change in the block size. Officially, the DB_BLOCK_SIZE parameter will still be set at the original value you specified. You can then use the online redefinition feature to move tables to the newly created tablespaces with the new block size. You can also do this using OEM.
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This parameter specifies the maximum number of blocks Oracle will read during a full table scan. The larger the value, the more efficient your full table scans will be. The general principle is that data warehouse operations need high multiblock read counts because of the heavy amount of data processing involved. If you are using a 16KB block size for your database, and the DB_FILE_ MULTIBLOCK_READ_COUNT parameter is also set to 16, Oracle will read 256KB in a single I/O. Depending on the platform, Oracle supports I/Os up to 1MB. Note that when you stripe your disks, the stripe size should be a multiple of the I/O size for optimum performance. If you are using an OLTP application, a multiblock read count such as 8 or 16 would be ideal. Large data warehouses could go much higher than this. Default value: Platform dependent Parameter type: Dynamic. It is modifiable with either an ALTER SYSTEM or an ALTER SESSION command.
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This parameter will turn the SQL trace utility on or off. You can leave this parameter at its default setting of false (off), setting it to true (on) only when you are tuning a specific query or set of queries. Because of the heavy overhead, you should always use this parameter at the session, not the instance, level. 21 shows you how to use trace queries and format the trace output to help you in tuning SQL queries. Default value: false Parameter type: Dynamic. It can be changed with the ALTER SYSTEM or ALTER SESSION command.
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This parameter determines the number of parallel execution processes. Oracle recommends two parallel processes per CPU on larger systems, and four processes per CPU on smaller systems.
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Default value: Depends on the values of the CPU_COUNT, PARALLEL_AUTOMATIC_TUNING, and PARALLEL_ADAPTIVE_MULTI_USER parameters Parameter type: Dynamic. It can be changed only at the system level with the ALTER SYSTEM command.
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TIMED_STATISTICS
This parameter is used to tell Oracle whether it should collect timed statistics during tracing. The possible values are true (timed statistics are collected) and false (timed statistics are not collected). If timed statistics are collected, they are used in some dynamic performance views. If you set the STATISTICS_LEVEL parameter to the recommended level of TYPICAL or to AUTO, the TIMED_STATISTICS parameter is by default set to true. Default value: true if the STATISTICS_LEVEL parameter is set to TYPICAL or ALL; false otherwise Parameter type: Dynamic. You can change it with the ALTER SYSTEM or ALTER SESSION command.
RESOURCE_LIMIT
The RESOURCE_LIMIT parameter determines whether Oracle will enforce the resource limits you set in a user s profile. You need to set this parameter to a value of true if you want to enforce resource limits for users. A value of false disables resource-limit enforcement. Default value: false Parameter type: Dynamic. The ALTER SYSTEM command can be used to change the value.
WORKAREA_SIZE_POLICY
This parameter affects the sizing of SQL work areas for individual users. The two possible values are auto and manual. If you set this parameter to manual, you also need to set all the parameters for managing the PGA, such as SORT_AREA_SIZE and HASH_AREA_SIZE. If you set this parameter to auto, Oracle will automatically manage the PGA, provided you also set the PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET parameter. Default value: auto (you must first set the PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET parameter) Parameter type: Dynamic. You can use the ALTER SYSTEM or ALTER SESSION command to change the value.
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