ORA-27102: out of memory” While Creating a Database

Posted by sriram on September 24, 2012


Today ,While Installing Oracle V 10g Using DBCA On a 32 bit Linux machine with 16 GB of RAM,(allocated 5GB as SGA ) We were encountered with this Error and unable to go further.

[oracle@db ~]$ oerr ORA 27102
27102, 00000, “out of memory”
// *Cause: Out of memory
// *Action: Consult the trace file for details
[oracle@db ~]$

 

This is Because of  On 32 Bit version,It cannot allocate more than 4 GB of Memory  to a process Directly.For this either we need to upgrade to 64 bit and start the Installation or decrease the Memory total value.

So we decreased the total memory size to 2.5 GB and It went successful without any issues.

Read Oracle Meta link Document ID 430492.1  to get  More Information on this.

 

Happy reading 😉

 

 

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