Setting Oracle SP File


Q: I am running SAP Netweaver 7 with Oracle 10g. I would like to add new Oracle parameter and delete some parameter base on SAP Notes recommendation. How should I do that?


1. You can edit using BRSPACE, by running command from OS: > brspace -f dbparam

2. OR, you can add/edit or delete the parameter from SQL Plus:


SQL> alter system set “<oracle parameter>”=<value> scope=spfile;

example: SQL> alter system set “OPTIMIZER_INDEX_COST_ADJ”=10 scope=spfile;


SQL> alter system reset “<oracle parameter>” scope = spfile sid = ‘*’;

exampler: SQL> alter system reset “_push_join_predicate” scope = spfile sid = ‘*’;

All parameter will be active after you restart the database.


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