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    Private_strands 7 at log switch

    Hi all,

    I have seen this message in the alert log everytime there is a log switch:

    Private_strands 7 at log switch

    What does it exactly mean? I have a feeling my redo log sizes are too small: 10 MB each. The log buffer is 200KB. And looks as if logs are archived every minute. Is the above a serious error?

    Thanks in advance,
    Chucksk

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    no its not, but switching every minute isnt good - increase your rede log size

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    Thanks Davie,

    Yes i thought as much about increasing the redo log file sizes. Just out of curiosity what does:

    Private_strands 7 at log switch

    actually mean?

    Thanks again,
    Chucksk

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    wow! I went to google & typed in "Private_strands 7 at log switch" & it came up with 26 hits, some of which were in Chinese so they could be ignored, which left about 6 hits; it didn't take much time to find that this was probably the most useful of them:

    http://www.lazydba.com/oracle/0__117417.html

    You should try using Google! It's incredible what information you can find!

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    Hi there,

    Thanks for that. I did actually Google my question before posting it here. I aslo saw the link u posted however it does not ans the question properly ( i even checked metallink, the bug number did not relate to the question). Hence i posted my question here

    Thanks
    Chucksk

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    Ah, Metalink! So you would have searched for, & found, this post that explains about private_strands (albeit not in much detail, but it definitely explains about them):

    https://metalink.oracle.com/metalink...625249.995,1,1

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