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    Oracle Resource Manager

    I have a question about Oracle Resource Manager in 10.2.0.4. We have a server with 4 databases on it. Each one hosts a different application.

    Is it possible to create Resource Plans in each one to only allow each one access to 25% of the CPU? I know I can control the amount of CPU allocated to different groups within one database but I was wondering if I created a main group in each one to have 25% and then subplans under that.

    Has anyon done this before?

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    no, you cannot

    you should have one database with 4 schemas in it

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    Thanks Dave

    Thanks for your reply. By the way I think I found a solution if anyone else is interested

    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E...95/dbrm007.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesstjm View Post
    Thanks for your reply. By the way I think I found a solution if anyone else is interested

    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E...95/dbrm007.htm
    Nice research. Isn't instance caging an Ora11g feature?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lesstjm View Post
    Thanks for your reply. By the way I think I found a solution if anyone else is interested

    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E...95/dbrm007.htm

    well

    1) it's 11g

    2) it's a poor solution because when you want the extra resource for the database, you cannot have it as you have specified a maximum

    the only real solution is one instance with 4 schema so you can control it properly

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