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Answer / cspriyadba
Oracle Instance constits of on
Memory Structure and Background Process
* Memory structure constists of SGA and PGA
=>SGA constists of
2)Database Buffer Cache
3)Redo log Buffer
=>PGA constists of
* Background Process constists of
and optional Bg process also there
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Answer / siva.k
SGA and ORACLE background processes constitute an ORACLE
Combination of memory structure and background process.
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