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What Is System Global Area (SGA)?

The System Global Area (SGA) is a memory area that contains data shared between all database users such as buffer cache and a shared pool of SQL statements. The SGA is allocated in memory when an Oracle database instance is started, and any change in the value will take effect at the next startup.

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  1. What Is Oracle?
  2. What Is an Oracle Database?
  3. What Is an Oracle Instance?
  4. What Is a Parameter File?
  5. What Is a Server Parameter File?
  6. What Is an Initialization Parameter File?
  7. What Is System Global Area (SGA)?
  8. What Is Program Global Area (PGA)?
  9. What Is a User Account?
  10. What Is the Relation of a User Account and a Schema?
  11. What Is a User Role?
  12. What Is a Database Schema?
  13. What Is a Database Table?
  14. What Is a Table Index?
  15. What Is an Oracle Tablespace?
  16. What Is an Oracle Data File?
  17. What Is a Static Data Dictionary?
  18. What Is a Dynamic Performance View?
  19. What Is a Recycle Bin?
  20. What Is SQL*Plus?
  21. What Is Transport Network Substrate (TNS)?
  22. What Is Open Database Communication (ODBC)?

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