Sreekanth Bandi said...Typo in: TSH1:/u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1:Y?
ORACLE_SID and Oracle version can be corrected.
Dodgy copy&paste. Corrected now. Thanks for the heads-up.
what should be the reason for setting maxusers=16384 in /etc/system?
When I do it like this, the system reports only 4096 when rebooting. I checked Solaris docs and found (817–0404 Solaris Tunable Params.):
"Range 1 to 2048, based on physical memory if not set in the /etc/system file or
1 to 4096, if set in the /etc/system file"
Thank you, Regards, Tomas
I would have taken this value from the install docs, but looking back at it, it is not mentioned now. I guess they may have revised the doc. Some other Oracle papers suggest the setting of 4096, so I've modified the article to that value.
Thanks for the heads-up.
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