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Oracle Tutorials - SGA Setting Is Too Low
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What Happens If You Set the SGA Too Low?
Let's you made a mistake and changed to SGA to 16MB from the SYSTEM admin home page.
When you run the batch file StartDB.bat, it will return a message saying server stated.
However, if you try to connect to your server home page: http://localhost:8080/apex/,
you will get no response. Why? Your server is running, but the default instance XE
was not started.
If you go the Control Panel and Services, you will see service OracleServiceXE is listed
not in the running status.
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- What Is Oracle Database 10g Express Edition?
- What Are the Limitations of Oracle Database 10g XE?
- What Operating Systems Are Supported by Oracle Database 10g XE?
- How To Download Oracle Database 10g XE?
- How To Install Oracle Database 10g XE?
- How To Check Your Oracle Database 10g XE Installation?
- How To Shutdown Your 10g XE Server?
- How To Start Your 10g XE Server?
- How Much Memory Your 10g XE Server Is Using?
- How To Start Your 10g XE Server from Command Line?
- How To Shutdown Your 10g XE Server from Command Line?
- How To Unlock the Sample User Account?
- How To Change System Global Area (SGA)?
- How To Change Program Global Area (PGA)?
- What Happens If You Set the SGA Too Low?
- What To Do If the StartDB.bat Failed to Start the XE Instance?
- How To Login to the Server without an Instance?
- How To Use "startup" Command to Start Default Instance?
- Where Are the Settings Stored for Each Instance?
- What To Do If the Binary SPFile Is Wrong for the Default Instance?
- How To Check the Server Version?