1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 9, 2015 8:47 PM by ora_tech

    Memory allocation in Linux for EBS

    Dan A



      We have a Linux RHEL 5.5 box that we suddenly need to fit 5 Oracle instances onto.


      The allocated memory is approx 40GB for the server and cannot be increased.

      Nothing running on there right now. This will be a shared box for both app and db.


      My thinking is:


      SGA is 1GB.

      PGA = 1GB




      For EBS, each instance has 128M allocated, and can grow up to 512M (OACORE / OAFORMS). (total 1GB)


      So, each instance has 2GB for the database and 1GB for the application. = 3GB each instance.


      Is my thinking correct? Is this enough memory for us (less than 100 concurrent users) ?


      On this basis, could we not run at least ten instances on that box?




        • 1. Re: Memory allocation in Linux for EBS



          We are not sure about the load of each Individual EBS Instance on  your server. If you know that each EBS Instance is consuming not more than 3 GB than it should be fine.


          I recommend you to configure a single EBS Instance and check the load bases on the usage you can Identify how many Instances can be configured on the server.



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