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Hello, we have a database that contains three tables. Each table has more than 25,000,000 rows in them. All three tables are in the same file group, array, and drive. Our daily Avg physical I/O is 1,000,000. Our users are complaining that the system is slow daily. Everytime a user writes to any of...
I got Oracle9i R2 database running on windows 2003. On a very busy day I got very bad performance with Average Disk Queue Length very high on the performance monitor. There is heaps of free RAM and I am running Raid 10. I am still new to Oracle, so I need some help. Thanks and regards.