Could you elaborate, please? What sort of accidents might happen?You may find yourself de-tuning the db by accident.
I agree, especially for professionals for whom being a DBA is not their full-time duty. However, a senior DBA who knows what they are doing is a different story, IMHO.For the majority of DBA's it is probably better to have one buffer pool and to let Oracle manage it.
Precisely!unless the DBA keeps close tabs on the various buffer pool utilizations.
Yeah right. This, coming from someone who just published than I'm a "drugs dealer"?Don't you have any ethics???
How on earth would YOU know? I don't believe that your real name is Sybrand Bakker, and I don't believe that you are an Oracle DBA, much less a senior DBA.Consequently, a senior DBA who know what he is doing doesn't waste his time on this kind of maintenance
Nah, what you write is way too far:You have now gone way too far.
Here's a proof, you just changed the spelling of your fake name! Do you expect us to believe that you cannot even spell your own name correctly?How come you never ever support your 'advice' with repeteable proof