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  1. #11
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    Originally posted by gnagesh
    I keep _db_handles_cached=0

    Is there any harm? Please correct me.

    I think yes, because with _db_handles_cached =0 you are actually setting off the buffer handles, i.e, you have no handles cached per process. Thus your performance my suffer.
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    Originally posted by julian

    I think yes, because with _db_handles_cached =0 you are actually setting off the buffer handles, i.e, you have no handles cached per process. Thus your performance my suffer.
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    Very good input. So you mean to say that "event="10262 trace name context forever, level 10000" solves the memory leak problem. Why I am asking this, I had this problem, and I set both the parameters. It is Ok now. Since _db_handles_cached=0 hurts the performance, no meaning to set this parameter. Some times exploring too many documents also creates problems? am I correct?

    Thanks In Advance.



    Nagesh

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    Yes, you are right. 10000 means that you will not get error messages for leaks less than 10000 bytes. They are usually at most 5000. But I was told by Oracle that (was it) 0 would neglect all leaks.
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