Yes. Large Pool is part of the shared pool. The shared pool can be found in the SGA. And inside the shared pool, you will find the large pool, library cache, shared pool reserve size(that is if it has been defined) and the dictionary cache.
So to answer your question, large pool is definately in the shared Pool.
1 select rpad(name,25) name, rpad(description,50) description
2 from v$parameter
3* where name like '%pool%'
shared_pool_size size in bytes of shared pool
shared_pool_reserved_size size in bytes of reserved area of shared pool
large_pool_size size in bytes of the large allocation pool
java_pool_size size in bytes of the Java pool
buffer_pool_keep Number of database blocks/latches in keep buffer p
buffer_pool_recycle Number of database blocks/latches in recycle buffe
This is Rohit Nirkhe,OCP from India.Large pool is not a part of Shared pool.Large pool basically is used for backup and recovery using RMAN.
A large pool is created only when u set the init.ora parameter
If u dont set the parameter ,large pool is not created.
When u configure the large pool,there is an increase in the size of SGA.So the new size of SGA becomes
database buffer cache+shared pool + redo log buffer +
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[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by chrissy [/i]
[B]Is large_pool_size part of Shared_pool_size???? [/B][/QUOTE]