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Mike Ault has published an answer to all comments about the recent published article from Don Burleson: Once More Into The Fray
Added from Rado: All of the comments (from Tom Kyte and other visitors) after the above blog post was deleted from Mike as he declares into his post and here: Comment on "Getting Credible Information" blog post

Added from Rado: Sorry but now I just have discovered that the following thread link is already removed from the Don Burleson's Oracle forum (The name of the thread were: Still errors in document "super-sizing your PGA"):
Don Burleson's opinion: Link for the forum thread

Post on the Niall's Litchfield blog about the same article: A few thoughts on PGA memory management

With all of the above I am closing this thread as well.



3 Responses to “Once More Into The Fray”

  1. Blogger Maurice Mueller 
    FYI

    The link of "Don Burleson's opinion" is no longer valid.

    This confirms even more my opinion of some Oracle Performance Gurus.

    Regards
    Maurice
  2. Blogger Radoslav Rusinov 
    Try to find it into the biggest search engines, they have caches as well.
    May be this can helps.
    I didn't save it locally to my PC.
  3. Anonymous Anonymous 
    Or try to save your opinion for this Oracle Perfomance Guru, that is enough. And you will remember this , when you seenew article from him.

    Regards,
    Boyan

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