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    Monitoring SQL AREA

    As I was monitoring the database, saw the 'sql area' usage rising up to 123MB and 'free memory' was 10MB. Then all of a sudden during the fag end of the day, 'free memory' is 116MB and 'sql area' is 14MB.

    What causes this to happen? AFAIK, no one gave a 'flush shared_pool'. So, provided no one did that, what other issues cause this to happen?

    Thanks.

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    The otherway for this to happen is when you restart the server.

    Is anybody aware of any other way???
    Agasimani
    OCP(10g/9i/8i/8)

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    It could also be due to aging of cursor's from sql area...

    correct me if am wrong...

    regards
    anandkl
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