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    calculate the size whether its in MB or GB

    hi

    can any one tell me how to calculate & find out what is the parameter size ? whether these parameters are in MB or GB ?

    Request u to tell me the calculation.

    os is linux

    EXAMPLE parameterS

    shared_pool_size string 553648128
    sort_area_retained_size integer 10485760
    sort_area_size integer 10485760

    thanks in advance
    Gajanan

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    They're in bytes.

    however in 9i you can use the "m" (for megabytes) or "g" (for gigabytes) identifyer. example...

    shared_pool_size=200m
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    i am using 8.1.7 not 9i

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    in that case the parameters are shown in bytes.

    so in your case shared_pool_size string 553648128 = approx 554 megs
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    Its pretty simple

    All are in bytes
    So, from the rightend cut 3digit and say KB, then cut the next 3 digit and say MB as 1024bytes is 1 KB.

    These are approx values, in this case:

    "shared_pool_size string 553648128"

    553648128 bytes, 553648 KB, 553 MB~
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