This week and next week I am participating in an Oracle Architecture and Internals training at Trivadis in Berne. Today, we received an overview of Oracle (Editions, Licensing, Support) and took a first look into the Oracle Architecture. This first chunk of information included Parameters, Memory and Process Structures. While looking at the PGA structures, I noticed a graph showing “PGA Cache Hit Percentage” in relation to the sizing of the PGA.
The term “PGA Cache Hit Percentage” does not make sense, since there is no cache in the PGA. According to my training material, the PGA consists of the following structures:Read the rest of this entry