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redo logs are not really "full", they are a big circular buffer. Increase the size of redo log files. (you have to drop old and re-create new one with bigger size). ## If i drop the log files it will not harm now Other things to consider As I mentioned above in "Solution" section, most of the time solution is to add more redo log groups, but this may not be a true solution Because I google it people on this website advice you put the value to be ARCHIVE_LAG_TARGET = 1800 Regards, Ahmed. have a peek here

Is it possible to sheathe a katana as a free action? It is a recommended to have 4-5 log switches per hour. In either case though, I guess the easiest solution is to add more redo files? So why the big “delay” now to just update file headers?

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From our alert log (see below), it seems that log#2 would have been available for Oracle to use. Am i doing something wrong in this? I already found they did not have any of the large tables(300 million+ rows) partitioned in way that benefited loading/reading data. [email protected]>/ GROUP# THREAD# SEQUENCE# BYTES MEMBERS ARC STATUS FIRST_CHANGE# FIRST_TIME ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --- ---------------- ------------- ----------- 1 1 1332 536870912 2 YES INACTIVE 1888231924 11-APR-2006 2 1 1333

The size of online redo log files mentioned by you (200 MB) seems to be adequate enough, can you please check the value of parameter archive_lag_target once. ckpt does the updating of the file headers, dbwr does single block (in general) writes to flush to disk you use the file size that makes you feel comfortable. Also while that wait event came in we did not do less transactions as suggested we were still doing 310 transactions/sec.So after increasing the dbwr from 4 to 6 that wait Checkpoint Not Complete In Oracle 11g Alert Log At the busiest time it appeared 13 times in a span of 120 minutes.

This would introduce a bit more load on the source database, but would probably decrease your redo significantly. Regards, Ahmed. Thread 1 cannot allocate new log & Checkpoint not ... http://www.dba-oracle.com/t_oracle_checkpoint_not_complete.htm Diaz 34000 2 M.

Your rating?: This reply is Good Excellent Goto: Reply-Top of page If you think this item violates copyrights, please click here Subject: Re: Thread 1 cannot allocate new log,Checkpoint not complete Checkpoint Not Complete Oracle 11g Sap Thanks Followup December 13, 2005 - 1:20 pm UTC something happened during that period of time, doesn't matter that no one is owning up to it, something else was going on. The more custom the solution the less redo, but also the more work to maintain. Step1: Switch logfile to make group 1 ‘INACTIVE' SQL> Alter system switch logfile; SQL> select group#, status from v$log; GROUP# STATUS ---------- ---------------- 1 INACTIVE 2 ACTIVE 3 CURRENT Step2:- Drop

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Anyone considering using the services of an Oracle support expert should independently investigate their credentials and experience, and not rely on advertisements and self-proclaimed expertise. http://www.oracleracexpert.com/2013/07/thread-1-cannot-allocate-new-log.html see the original answer above, this page discusses this. Thread 1 Cannot Allocate New Log Sequence Private Strand Flush Not Complete Tom has now begun a much earned retirement. Private Strand Flush Not Complete 11gr2 GROUP# MEMBERS STATUS MB ---------- ---------- ---------------- ---------- 1 1 INACTIVE 200 2 1 CURRENT 200 3 1 INACTIVE 200 4 1 INACTIVE 500 5 1 INACTIVE 500 I just add

Next, you record the number of log switches per hour and increase the size of the log to allow Oracle to switch at the recommended rate of under 6 log switches navigate here alter system set archive_lag_target=0 scope=both; Regards, Hemant Your rating?: This reply is Good Excellent Goto: Reply-Top of page If you think this item violates copyrights, please click here Subject: Re: Thread I ran show parameter target after reading this and output is: NAME TYPE VALUE -------------------------------------------------- ----------- --------------------- archive_lag_target integer 0 db_flashback_retention_target integer 1440 fast_start_io_target integer 0 fast_start_mttr_target integer 0 memory_max_target big straight lines + point of intersection in TikZ Basic Geometric intuition, context is undergraduate mathematics Why does top 50% need a -50% translate offset? Thread 1 Cannot Allocate New Log 11gr2

Once the current log is filled up, Oracle starts filling the next one (while at the same time archiving the one it just filled). LOG Thread 1 advanced to log sequence 26914 (LGWR switch) longer output at http://pastebin.com/m3j5YT0B I did some research and I saw some advice that indicated that I should change the frequency Regards, Marcio Portes. Check This Out Is this could cause the whole database hanging even for query or not allowed any dml any more?

[email protected]> select * from v$sysstat where upper(name) like '%DBWR%'; STATISTIC# NAME CLASS VALUE ---------- ------------------------------ ---------- ---------- 49 DBWR checkpoint buffers writte 8 1056 n 50 DBWR transaction table writes 8 Checkpoint Not Complete In Oracle 12c At some point, sooner or later, DBWR has to go ahead of LGWR. Solution Most of the time the solution of "checkpoint not complete" is to add more redo log groups in the database so that DBWR has enough time to write changed blocks

So there's nothing we can do to speed up ARCH (other than faster disks I guess) - correct?

  • rollback?
  • do I have to use an "at" job to schedule this?
  • Just e-mail: and include the URL for the page.
  • Committing creation of archivelog '/u03/oradata/SIMP/arch/SIMP_531695692_1_636.arc' Thu Jul 22 15:16:57 2004 SIMP; ARC1: Completed archiving log 7 thread 1 sequence 636 ARCH: Connecting to console port...
  • Statistics ---------------------------------------------------------- 0 recursive calls 1 db block gets 1 consistent gets 0 physical reads 228 redo size 784 bytes sent via SQL*Net to client 800 bytes received via SQL*Net from

It finished at 6 pm and our cold backup didn't kick in until 3am the next morning. Remember, Oracle will halt processing until the checkpoint completes successfully! Share Your Story Question and Answer Thanks for the question, William . Oracle Add Redo Log Group With that size, we were checkpoint after about 15 minutes.

there is a ARCH process that archives log files and it'll be notified when the log switches as well. You either a) checkpoint more aggresively (lower fast start mttr target, MORE redo log files of smaller sizes - each switch triggers one, log_checkpoint_* parameters) b) make dbwr faster if it I have currently 14 logfiles, why not 100 ? this contact form but anyway, use log miner (see the admin guide) to analyze what is in there.

Using only DBWR (non-sequential writing) will degrade the performance. One more questions June 20, 2005 - 2:04 pm UTC Reviewer: Sandra from USA I talked to one of Oracle analyist through Metalink, he said this could bring the database down From googling wait events before, I get the sense that we use dblinks and materialized views way more than your average bear. If I am reading the log correctly, it was not doing anything anyway so why could it not be used prior to the checkpoint completing?

All legitimate Oracle experts publish their Oracle qualifications. September 17, 2005 - 10:54 am UTC Reviewer: A reader from india What is the use of ALERT LOG FILES for DBA(checkpoint information is needed for DBA or anything else also) All legitimate Oracle experts publish their Oracle qualifications.