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The Oracle database instance has several background sessions it creates in order to function, and those count against the number of sessions. For example, here is an Oracle 12c instance, one user connected: Prod:SYS> select type, count(*) from v$session group by type; TYPE COUNT(*) ---------- ---------- USER 1 BACKGROUND ...


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No, you would have to use separate parameter files/spfiles for each database. As you've pointed out, you'll need some settings to differ (locations of files, database name, etc.). In many environments, you'd want to adjust memory and other performance settings differently because the development environments often don't have nearly as much RAM as the ...


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Generally we use a different spfile for every database. Even though the spfile is binary, you can use the strings command to extract out the settings in the spfile. and you can also compare spfiles from one database to another to look for differences. It seems to me that the underlying issue is a change management issue. You should have a configuration that ...


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It seems that this behavior / ability is both known and deprecated. I was looking through the sys.dm_os_performance_counters DMV the other day and noticed the following two entries: object_name counter_name instance_name ----------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------- SQLServer:Deprecated Features ...


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SESSIONS Default value Derived: (1.5 * PROCESSES) + 22 ... Oracle uses the default value of this parameter as its minimum. Values between 1 and the default do not trigger errors, but Oracle ignores them and uses the default instead. If you want to decrease sessions, you need to decrease processes as well. Still, if you decrease processes, ...



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